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Birmingham Research Showcase

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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Dr Garfield Benjamin.

This seminar will be the first in (hopefully) a new set of sessions, running once every couple of months, to showcase recent work at Birmingham. They will be a chance to get an update on what people are up to, to share ideas, and to foster collaborations.

Talks will be 10-12 minutes (including questions). For the first showcase we have the following speakers:

Christophe Petit: Isogeny-based cryptography (update) and introduction to the group

Eike Ritter: StatVerif

Mark Ryan: Accountable decryption

Garfield Benjamin: Privacy as a cultural phenomenon

David Galindo: Blockchain for degree certification

This talk is part of the Computer Security Seminars series.

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