Teaching
  • Discrete Structures [ Aug-Dec 2014 ]

  • Cryptography [ Jan-Apr 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 ]

  • Foundations of Secure Computation [ Aug-Dec 2015, 2017 ]

  • Foundations of Cryptography (QIP Short Term Course) [23rd - 27th July, 2018][Brochure]
Reading Group

We conduct reading groups on exciting, trendy and classic topics in cryptography where all the lab members get together and hold interactive presentations and discussions to build deep understanding of the particular area and to initiate research.

Oblivious Transfer

The reading group on Oblivious Transfer was conducted in the summer of 2015. The logistics and useful links can be found here.

Circuit Garbling

The reading group on Circuit Garbling was conducted from March-May 2017. The logistics and useful links can be found here.

Broadcast and Byzantine Agreement

The reading group on Broadcast and Byzantine Agreement was conducted in the summer of 2017. The logistics and useful links can be found here.

Pets (Privacy Enhanced Technologies)

The reading group on Applied MPC (with focus on privacy-preserving ML) started from January 2018. The logistics and useful links can be found here.

Talks
  • 29th May 2018. On the Exact Round Complexity of Three-party Computation, Contributed talk at Theory and Practice of Multi-party Computation (TPMPC), 2018, Aarhus, Denmark. By Arpita Patra. [more]
  • 9th April 2018. Adaptively Secure Primitives in the Random Oracle Model, IISc, India. By Pratik Sarkar.
  • 16th March 2018. Multi-party Computation, IEEE CONECCT 2018, Bangalore, India. By Arpita Patra.
  • May and June 2017. OT and GMW MPC, ISEA Workshop on Cryptography, IISc, India. By Divya Ravi. [ppt]
  • May and June 2017. Secret Sharing and Information Theoretic MPC, ISEA Workshop on Cryptography, IISc, India. By Divya Ravi. [ppt]
  • May and June 2017. OT Extensions, ISEA Workshop on Cryptography, IISc, India. By Arpita Patra.
  • May and June 2017. Garbled Circuit and Yao Two Party Computation, ISEA Workshop on Cryptography, IISc, India. By Arpita Patra.
  • May and June 2017. Computing on Private Data aka Multi-Party Computation, ISEA Workshop on Cryptography, IISc, India. By Arpita Patra. [ppt]
  • March and April 2017. Fast Actively Secure OT Extension for Short Secrets. MPC School and Workshop, IIT Bombay, India and Theory and Practice of Multi-Party Computation Workshop, Bristol, UK. By Arpita Patra. [ppt]
  • March 2017. Garbled Circuit and Yao’s Two-party Computation. MPC School and Workshop, IIT Bombay, India. By Arpita Patra. [Video, PDF]
  • March 2017. Oblivious Transfer and Extensions. MPC School and Workshop, IIT Bombay,India. By Arpita Patra. [PDF]
  • February 2017. Fast Actively Secure OT Extension for Short Secrets. NDSS Symposium 2017, San Diego, California, USA. By Ajith S. [Video, PDF]
  • March 2016. A Tribute to Diffie and Hellman: The Winners of Turing Award 2015. Dept of Computer Science & Automation, IISc, India. By Arpita Patra. [Video]
  • February 2015. Introduction to Cryptography. Workshop on Introduction to Cryptography, IISc, India. By Arpita Patra.
  • February 2015. Perfect Security. Workshop on Introduction to Cryptography, IISc, India. By Arpita Patra.
  • February 2015. PRF and CPA-Security of SKE.Workshop on Introduction to Cryptography, IISc, India. By Arpita Patra.
  • February 2015. Introduction to Secure Computation. Workshop on Topics in Cryptography, IISc, India. By Arpita Patra.
  • February 2015. Secret Sharing and Information-Theoretic Secure Computation. Workshop on Topics in Cryptography, IISc, India. By Arpita Patra.
  • November 2015. Multiparty Computation Annual Meeting of Indian Academy of Sciences, IISER Pune, India. By Arpita Patra.
  • September 2015. Linear Overhead Multiparty Computation National Workshop on Cryptology 2015, KIT, Bhubaneswar, India. By Arpita Patra.
  • August 2015. Linear Overhead Multiparty Computation with Honest Majority. IIIT Delhi, India. By Arpita Patra.
  • December 2014. Verifiable Secret Sharing. Recent Advances in Cryptography Workshop, IIT Delhi, India. By Arpita Patra.
  • October 2014. A simple and Efficient Framework for Secure Multiparty Computation. Indo-Russian Workshop on Discrete Mathematics, Algebra, Number Theory and their Applications, Moscow State University, Russia. By Arpita Patra.
Projects
  • Secure Multi-party Computation: Feasibility and Efficiency: PI; Funded by Science and Engineering Research Board (SERB), India for a period of three years; Grant Value: 15,00,000 INR
  • Multi-party Computation: Co-PI; Funded by Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) of United Kingdom for a period of two years starting from July 2015; Jointly with Prof. Nigel P. Smart and Dr. Ashish Choudhury; Grant Value: 70,471 GBP
  • Efficient Secure Multi-party Computation: PI; Funded by INSPIRE DST for a period of five years starting from 2015; Grant Value: 35,00,000 INR.
  • Information Security Reserach & Development: co-PI; Funded by Department of Electronics & Information Technology (DeitY) for a period of five years starting from 2015; Jointly with Prof. N Balakrishnan, Prof C E Veni Madhavan, Dr Bhavana Kanukurthi and Dr. Sanjit Chaterjee.
Visits
Events
Upcoming

Past
  • December 11-13, 2017: Indocrypt 2017.
  • May 29,2017-June 2,2017. ISEA Workshop on Cryptography, IISc, India.
  • April 3-7, 2017. Theory and Practice of Multi-Party Computation(TPMPC) Workshop, Bristol, UK.
  • March 27-31, 2017. NMI Workshop on Secure Multi-Party Computation, IITB, Mumbai, India.
  • February 26,2017-March 1,2017 Netwrok and Distributed System Security (NDSS) Symposium, San Diego, USA.