The workshop will be held at the Bechtel Conference Center located at

616 Serra St, Stanford
Stanford, CA 94305


Workshop program

Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016
9:20am
Welcome  
Dan Boneh
Obfuscation
9:30am
Indistinguishability obfuscation with non-trivial efficiency   [paper]  
Rafael Pass (Cornell)
10:10am
From cryptomania to obfustopia through secret-key functional encryption   [paper]   [slides]  
Alain Passel├Ęgue (ENS)
10:50am
Break
11:20am
Keynote:   Indistinguishability obfuscation from constant-degree graded encodings   [paper]  
Rachel Lin (UCSB)
12:20pm
Lunch
Obfuscation continued
1:50pm
Improved iO from constant-degree mmaps  
Prabhanjan Ananth (UCLA)
2:30pm
Universal Samplers   [paper]  
Dakshita Khurana (UCLA)
3:10pm
Single-Key to multi-key functional encryption with polynomial loss   [paper]  
Akshayaram Srinivasan (UC Berkeley)
3:50pm
Break
General cryptography
4:15pm
Micropayments  
Pratyush Mishra (UC Berkeley)
4:45pm
Non-interactive RAM and batch NP delegation from any PIR   [paper]  
Justin Holmgren (MIT)
5:15pm
End of day one
Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2016
9:20am
Welcome  
 
Obfuscation
9:30am
Keynote:   Mmaps for obfuscation: attacks and defenses   [paper]   [slides]  
Mark Zhandry (Princeton)
10:30am
Break
11:00am
Obfuscation for Circuits in Weak Mmap Model  
Nico Doettling
11:40am
Nipped in the Bud: Graded Encoding Schemes That Did Not Make It (and Lessons Learned)  
Zvika Brakerski
12:20pm
Lunch
General cryptography
1:50pm
A new approach to searching on encrypted data   [paper]  
David Wu (Stanford)
2:20pm
Prio: Private, Robust, and Scalable Computation of Aggregate Statistics  
Henry Corrigan-Gibbs (Stanford)
2:50pm
Break
Back to obfuscation
3:10pm
5Gen: A framework for prototyping applications using Mmaps and matrix branching programs   [paper]  
Mariana Raykova (Yale)
3:50pm
Lower Bounds on IO from All-or-Nothing Encryption Primitives   [paper]  
Mohammad Mahmoody (University of Virginia)
4:30pm
Workshop end