E-Voting Seminar

Fall 2014

Tuesday, December 9th, 13:15h-15:00h

Biel, Höheweg 80, Room N.311

Phillip Rogaway (UC Davis, USA)

The Emergence of Authenticated Encryption

Abstract: In this talk I'll trace the history of authenticated encryption (AE), exploring why it emerged, how it evolved, and some of the schemes that have been offered for achieving it.  I'll describe a notion of AE that I recently put forward, "robust" AE, and a scheme, AEZ, for achieving it. AE is rare topic for having supported a strong theory/practice dialog around identifying what the "right" problem is.


December 16th, 2016

Paper on "Implementing Broadcast Channels with Memory for Electronic Voting Systems" accepted for publication at JeDEM16.

July 11th, 2016

Paper on "Cast-as-Intended Verification in Electronic Elections Based on Oblivious Transfer" accepted for publication at E-Vote-ID'16.

April 16th, 2016

Paper on "Receipt-Free Remote Electronic Elections with Everlasting Privacy" accepted for publication in Annals of Telecommunication.