Secure Computation (IV, 3CP)
- Lecture type: IV2
- Instructors: Prof. Dr. Katzenbeisser, Niklas Büscher
- When: Wednesday, 1:30pm to 3:10pm
- Room: S2|02 C110
- Start: 18. April 2018
- Material and Organization: Moodle
Secure Computation has emerged as a central cryptographic tool to construct applications that handle sensitive data on untrusted platforms. The course gives an overview of the most common constructions, based on either homomorphic encryption or on “garbled circuits”. Furthermore, the lecture will discuss prominent applications as well as programming paradigms for secure computation.
Note that this lecture covers important topics which are part of the current research in the collaborative research center CROSSING.