2022 IACR-CROSSING School on Combinatorial Techniques in Cryptography
Speakers and Topics

Below, you can find a list of confirmed speakers and their preliminary topics for the 2022 IACR-CROSSING School on Combinatorial Techniques in Cryptography.

Elette Boyle, IDC Herzliya (Israel)

Topic: Expander graphs and applications within distributed protocols and beyond.


Itai Dinur, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (Israel)

Topic: The k-XOR problem.


Yevgeniy Dodis, New York University (USA)

Topic: Locally-computable symmetric cryptography and randomness extraction.


Gaëtan Leurent, Inria (France)

Topic: Cryptanalysis of hash functions and MACs based on the functional graph of random functions.


Krzysztof Pietrzak, IST Austria (Austria)

Topic: Notions of graph pebbling and their application to memory-hard functions, proofs of space, and adaptively secure cryptographic primitives and protocols.


Tom Shrimpton

Tom Shrimpton, University of Florida (USA)

Topic: Format-preserving and format-transforming encryption.


Stefano Tessaro, University of Washington (USA)

Topic: Selected topics in space-time trade-offs.