TPMPC 2020 will be held as a Zoom Webinar with sessions held over two weeks, during May 25-28th and June 1-4th.
The program is online.
For more details, please read the participation guidelines.
Talks are held as a Zoom Webinar, which does not require registration.
There is also a Zulip Chat platform for further discussions and social activities. Note that the server is also shared with the TPBC 2020 series of weekly Blockchain seminars. You only need to sign up once to participate in either chat.
- Carmit Hazay, Bar-Ilan University
- Dakshita Khurana, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
- Dov Gordon, George Mason University
- Gilad Asharov, Bar-Ilan University
- Ilaria Chillotti, KU Leuven, Zama
- Kobbi Nissim, Georgetown University
- Moti Yung, Google
- Niv Gilboa, Ben-Gurion University
- Peter Rindal, VISA Research
- Peter Scholl, Aarhus University
- Seny Kamara, Brown University
- Xiao Wang, Northwestern University
Call for Contributed Talks
TPMPC solicits contributed talks in the area of the theory and/or practice of secure multiparty computation. Talks can include papers published recently in top conferences, or work yet to be published. Areas of interest include
- Theoretical foundations of multiparty computation: feasibility, assumptions, asymptotic efficiency, etc.
- Efficient MPC protocols for general or specific tasks of interest
- Implementations and applications of MPC
The TPMPC steering committee will select talks with the aim of constructing a balanced program that will be of interest to the audience.
Details regarding contributed talks and submissions:
- Contributed talks will be 20-30 minutes.
- The deadline for contributed talks will be on February
- Please submit a short abstract (up to five pages, but preferably just one) of your proposed talk via the submission system:
- Submissions should include the list of co-authors and, preferably, the speaker's name.
- During the submission process you will be asked to insert your Conflict of Interest (CoI) with the program committee members. TPMPC considers the following situations to lead to a CoI: co-authorship of the submitted talk; sharing the same affiliation; current or former student/supervisor relationship; family/romantic relationship.
- If your talk is an already published work, please include a link and information about where it was presented.
- Notifications will be sent out at the beginning of April.
The program committee who will choose the talks consists of Ivan Damgård, Carmit Hazay, Jesper Buus Nielsen, Claudio Orlandi, Mike Rosulek, Thomas Schneider, Peter Scholl and Nigel Smart.
Since TPMPC20 will take place as an online event, we will not be granting any student stipends in 2020.
- Ivan Damgård, Aarhus University
- Jesper Buus Nielsen, Aarhus University
- Claudio Orlandi, Aarhus University
- Peter Scholl, Aarhus University
- Malene B.B. Andersen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The MPC Summer School 2020 has been postponed indefinitely due to COVID-19. Further updates on the summer school website https://events.au.dk/mpcsummerschool2020/
Code of Conduct
The TPMPC Steering Committee is committed to providing an experience free of harassment and discrimination in its events, respecting the dignity of every participant.
Participants who violate this code may be sanctioned and/or expelled from the event, at the discretion of the Local Organizer(s). Any action will only be taken with the consent of the affected party subject to applicable laws.
If you experience harassment or discriminatory behavior at TPMPC event, we encourage you to reach out to someone who could help. The following are available to you: the IACR Code of Conduct Liaison (Tal Rabin, email@example.com), the Local Organizer, any member of the TPMPC Steering Committee.
If you witness harassment or discriminatory behavior, please consider intervening.
The workshop is organized in collaboration with the MPCPRO project and COBRA.