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IT Security and Cryptography


Prof. Dr.-Ing. Tibor Jager

News

  • Accepted paper at the 14th ACM WORKSHOP ON ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND SECURITY
    The paper "Automated Detection of Side Channels in Cryptographic Protocols: DROWN the ROBOTs!" was... [more]
  • 2 Accepted Papers at Asiacrypt 2021
    Two research papers from our chair were accepted to the 27th Annual International Conference on the... [more]
  • PhD Defense: Dr.-Ing. Peter Chvojka
    Dr.-Ing. Peter Chvojka successfully defended his PhD thesis "Time Reveals The Truth - More Efficient... [more]
  • Kai Gellert appointed to a tenured position
    Kai Gellert was appointed to a tenured position (Akademischer Rat) with effect from April 2. [more]
  • Tibor Jager invited to the program committee of the IEEE Security and Privacy 2022 conference
    The IEEE Security and Privacy conference ("Oakland") ist the flagship conference of IEEE in IT... [more]
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4 Accepted Papers at PKC 2021

Last week, four papers have been accepted to the 24th International Conference on Practice and Theory of Public-Key Cryptography, der PKC 2021.

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.