Computational Integrity: from theory to practice

Michael Riabzev, Ph.D. Thesis Seminar
Monday, 3.6.2019, 12:30
Taub 601
Prof. E. Ben-Sasson and Prof. Y. Ishai

Computation integrity (CI) protocols allow a strong prover to convince a skeptic verifier it has knowledge of an input satisfying a program. Although theoretical CI constructions are well known for almost 30 years, industrial adaption has only recently started. In this seminar we will go over recent progress in industrial adaption, challenges addressed by our work, and the connection to blockchain based systems.

Back to the index of events