The following papers have been accepted:
- Verifiable Random Functions with Optimal Tightness by David Niehues
- Efficient Adaptively-Secure IB-KEMs and VRFs via Near-Collision Resistance by Tibor Jager, Rafael Kurek, and David Niehues
- More Efficient Digital Signatures with Tight Multi-User Security by Denis Diemert, Kai Gellert, Tibor Jager, and Lin Lyu
- Subversion-Resilient Public Key Encryption with Practical Watchdogs by Pascal Bemmann und Tibor Jager in cooperation with Rongmao Chen from the National University of Defense Technology, China.
The results will be presented virtually in May at PKC 2021.