文部科学大臣認定「産業数学の先進的・基礎的共同研究拠点」九州大学マス・フォア・インダストリ研究所

Exploring Mathematical and Practical Principles of Secure Computation and Secret Sharing|20210004

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How to holdLive-streaming by Zoom
VenueOnline
Main languageAt least one of “talk” or “slides” is in English
  • Title of Research Project: Exploring Mathematical and Practical Principles of Secure Computation and Secret Sharing
  • Principal Investigator: Hiroaki ANADA(Department of Information Security, Faculty of Information Systems, University of Nagasaki / Professor)
  • Research Period:November 08, 2021. – November 10, 2021.

Program

November 8(Mon)

16:00-16:05
Opening remarks

16:05-16:55
Johannes Buchmann(Technische Universität Darmstadt)
“Cryptographic Long-Term Security”

17:05-17:40
Yi Lu(Tokyo Institute of Technology / National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)
“Efficient Two-party Exponentiation from Quotient Transfer”

17:50-18:25
Hikaru Tsuchida(NEC Corporation)
“General-purpose Compiler for Secure Three-party Computation and Its Application to Prediction by Machine Learning Model”

November 9(Tue)

09:00-09:05
Opening remarks

09:05-09:55
Kirill Morozov(University of North Texas)
“Evolving Secret Sharing From Evolving Perfect Hash Families”

10:05-10:40
Ibuki Mishina(NTT Social Informatics Laboratories)
“Secure-Computation AI : a Python Library for Machine Learning in Secure Computation”

10:50-11:25
Kosuke Kaneko(Robert T.Huang Entrepreneurship Center of Kyushu University)
“Possibility of Secret Sharing using EtherCAT”

November 10(Wed)

16:00-16:05
Opening remarks

16:05-16:40
Yasuhiko Ikematsu(Institute of Mathematics for Industry)
“An Indeterminate Equation Scheme having Homomorphic Property”

16:50-17:25
Reo Eriguchi(The University of Tokyo)
“Homomorphic Secret Sharing for Multipartite and General Adversary Structures Supporting Parallel Evaluation of Low-Degree Polynomials”

17:35-18:10
Hiroaki Anada(University of Nagasaki)
“A Comparison of How to Garble Boolean and Arithmetic Circuits”

18:10-18:15
Closing remarks

Poster