Practically Efficient Secrecy Preserving Proofs of Correctness of Computations, and Financial Cryptography
Speaker: Michael O. Rabin, Professor of Computer Science, Harvard University and Google Research
Location: Warren Weaver Hall 1302
Date: February 20, 2009, 11:30 a.m.
Host: Mehryar Mohri
We present a highly efficient method for proving correctness of computations while preserving secrecy of all input and intermediate values.This is done in an Evaluator-Prover model which can also be realized by a secure processor. Applications include secure auctions, purchasing, and share black pools. The presentation will be self-contained and accessible. Joint work with Rocco Servedio and Chris Thorpe.
In-person attendance only available to those with active NYU ID cards. All individuals must show the Daily Screener green pass in order to gain entry to the building.