Papers accepted at CCS 2022 Workshops and Poster Session

Sucess for CROSSING researchers from the ENCRYPTO group at TU Darmstadt

2022/09/09

The following works by the ENCRYPTO team were accepted at the CCS 2022 poster/demo sessions and workshops affiliated with CCS 2022:

  • “POSTER: MPClan: Protocol suite for privacy-conscious computations” by Nishat Koti, Shravani Patil, Arpita Patra, and Ajith Suresh at CCS 2022 Posters/Demos.
  • “POSTER: Efficient three-party shuffling using precomputation” by Andreas Brüggemann, Thomas Schneider, Ajith Suresh, and Hossein Yalame at CCS 2022 Posters/Demos.
  • “POSTER: Privacy-preserving epidemiological modeling on mobile graphs” by Daniel Günther, Marco Holz, Benjamin Judkewitz, Helen Möllering, Benny Pinkas, Thomas Schneider, and Ajith Suresh at CCS 2022 Posters/Demos.
  • “Secure maximum weight matching approximation on general graphs” by Andreas Brüggemann, Malte Breuer, Andreas Klinger, Thomas Schneider, and Ulrike Meyer at WPES 2022.
  • “Data protection law and multi-party computation: Applications to information exchange between law enforcement agencies” by Amos Treiber, Dirk Müllmann, Thomas Schneider, and Indra Spiecker genannt Döhmann at WPES 2022.