TPMPC 2018

NEWS: TPMPC will be livestreamed here.

NEWS: Videos of recorded talks are being uploaded here.

TPMPC 2018 will take place at the Computer Science Department of Aarhus University, Denmark, from May 28th to May 31st.

More details will be posted on this page as we get closer to the event. You are also very welcome to visit the AU workshop page for further details.

Rump Session

There will be a Rump Session on Tuesday May 29th from 5.30 pm as part of the Workshop Dinner. The Rump Session will be chaired by Marcel Keller and Peter Scholl and entertaining presentations on recent results, breaking news and other topics of interest are encouraged. To submit a talk, please send an email with the subject Rump session TPMPC 2018 to and with the following details, by 2 pm on Monday 28 May including:

  • Speaker name
  • Talk title
  • Slides (pdf, max 10 slides) - Can be updated until 2 pm on Tuesday 29th
  • Requested talk length (max. 5 min)
  • This talk is: funny/mostly funny/mostly serious/very boring but willing to bribe (please select one)


  • Registration for this year's workshop is now closed!


Monday 28 May

  • 8:15 Registration opens
  • 9:15 Welcome
  • 9:30 Jesper Buus Nielsen: Meet the LEGO Family
  • 10:20 Ariel Nof: Fast Large Scale Honest-Majority MPC for Malicious Adversaries
  • 10:45 Coffee
  • 11:15 Sophia Yakoubov: A Novel Approach to Dual Execution for Yao’s Garbled Circuits with Applications to Fuzzy Password-Authenticated Key Exchange
  • 11:40 Sanjam Garg: Identity-Based Encryption from the Diffie-Hellman Assumption
  • 12:30 Lunch
  • 14:00 Gilad Asharov: Oblivious Computation with Data Locality
  • 14:50 Avishay Yanai: Efficient Maliciously Secure Multiparty Computation for RAM
  • 15:15 Coffee
  • 15:45 Daniel Demmler: Towards Practical Private Internet Routing using MPC
  • 16:10 Tore Frederiksen: Fast Distributed RSA Key Generation for Malicious Adversaries
  • 16:35 Eysa Lee: Secure Two-Party Threshold ECDSA from ECDSA Assumptions
  • 17:00 End of day

Tuesday 29 May

  • 9:30 Peter Scholl: Efficient MPC from Syndrome Decoding (or: Honey, I Shrunk the Keys)
  • 10:20 Sabine Oechsner: Computer-aided proofs for multiparty computation with active security
  • 10:45 Coffee
  • 11:15 Arpita Patra: Privacy-Free Garbled Circuits for Formulas: Size Zero and Information-Theoretic
  • 11:40 Ronald Cramer: New Algebraic Gadgets for Information-Theoretically Secure MPC
  • 12:30 Lunch
  • 14:00 Carmit Hazay: Arithmetic secure computation for two parties
  • 14:50 Daniel Escudero: SPDZ2k: Efficient MPC mod 2^k for Dishonest Majority
  • 15:15 Coffee
  • 15:45 Antigoni Polychroniadou: Round-Optimal Secure Multi-Party Computation
  • 16:10 Muthuramakrishnan Venkitasubramaniam: Ligero: Lightweight Zero Knowledge Argument
  • 16:35 Dragos Rotaru: MPC across the wire: There is something you require
  • 17:00 Break
  • 17:30 Rump Session Part I
  • 18:30 Workshop Dinner
  • 19:30 Rump Session Part II
  • 20:30 Dessert and networking

Wednesday 30 May

  • 9:30 Nigel Smart: SCALE: A new MPC system from Leuven (via Skype)
  • 10:20 Niek J. Bouman: Solving Integer-Valued Linear Systems over the Rationals in Secure Multiparty Computation
  • 10:45 Coffee
  • 11:15 Vladimir Kolesnikov: SWiM: Secure Wildcard Pattern Matching From OT Extension
  • 11:40 Payman Mohassel: New MPC Techniques for Machine Learning
  • 12:30 Lunch
  • 14:00 Jonathan Katz: Optimizing ZK proofs from secure computation
  • 14:50 Berry Schoenmakers: MPyC -- Python Package for Secure Multiparty Computation
  • 15:15 Coffee
  • 15:45 Chiraag Juvekar: Gazelle: A Low Latency Framework for Secure Neural Network Inference
  • 16:10 Nikolaj Volgushev: Conclave: Secure Multi-Party Computation on Big Data
  • 16:35 Ran Cohen: Applying Modern Crypto to Advance Social Science
  • 17:00 End of day

Thursday 31 May

  • 9:30 Benny Applebaum: Perfect Secure Computation in Two Rounds
  • 10:20 Phillipp Schoppmann: Secure Text Classification in Federated Databases
  • 10:45 Coffee
  • 11:15 Satrajit Ghosh: Maliciously Secure Oblivious Linear Function Evaluation and its Applications
  • 11:40 abhi shelat: Doubly efficient ZKSNARK without setup assumptions
  • 12:30 Lunch
  • 14:00 Geoffroy Couteau: On the Communication Complexity of Multiparty Computation in the Correlated Randomness Model
  • 14:50 Mark Simkin: Yet Another Compiler for Active Security or: Efficient MPC Over Arbitrary Rings
  • 15:15 Coffee
  • 15:45 Irene Giacomelli: Privacy-Preserving Regression via Homomorphic Encryption
  • 16:10 Adi Akavia: Secure Search via Multi Ring Fully Homomorphic Encryption
  • 16:35 Peter Rindal: Fast Private Set Intersection from Fully Homomorphic Encryption
  • 17:00 End of workshop - See you next year!

Confirmed Invited Speakers

Contributed Talks

Submission for the contributed talks has closed and we are pleased to announce the list of accepted contributed talks for the TPMPC18:


  • The main airports that can be used to reach Aarhus are: Aarhus Airport (AAR), Billund Airport (BLL), and Copenhagen Airport (CPH).
  • More information about traveling to Aarhus can be found here.


  • There are several hotels downtown in Aarhus. More information can be found here.
  • There are no hotels in the immediate vicinity of the computer science department, but you can try your luck with an Airbnb.
  • Special offer for TPMPC18 Participants: We made an agreement with The Mayor Hotel especially for TPMPC18 participants. The hotel is located in the heart of Aarhus, close to the main train station etc. The offer is as follows: Mini single room incl. breakfast: 695 DKK per night / Single room incl. breakfast: 795 DKK per night. In order to book a room, please contact The Mayor Hotel directly by calling +4587320100 or by emailing Front Officer Manager, Anne Mette Busk Nielsen referring to booking number 272889. Please note: Limited number of rooms!
  • Walking through the city and the university park is quite pleasant (approx. 30 min), or you can take the bus (2A). More information about local transport can be found here.


  • We have a limited number of stipends (800 euro) to support PhD students to attend the workshop. Priority will be given to students who have little other funding (i.e. from institutions without access to large travel funds), and who would most benefit from attending (i.e. those who are working on MPC or related areas). If you would like to be considered then please:
    • Send an email containing at least two paragraphs addressing why you should be funded, where you are a student, who your PhD supervisor is, and what your thesis topic is about to
    • Have your supervisor confirm your application by email.
  • The deadline for stipend applications was March 15th.

Scientific Organization

  • Ivan Damgård, Aarhus University
  • Claudio Orlandi, Aarhus University

Administrative Organization

  • Malene Andersen (