Thanks to all speakers and attendees for a great TPMPC 2022 workshop - See you in 2023!
Slides from the invited speakers talks are available here!
Recordings are available on the Aarhus Crypto Youtube channel https://www.youtube.com/c/AarhusCrypto/videos
Photo: Sebastian Krog Knudsen/AU
TPMPC 2022 was held in Aarhus, Denmark from Tuesday June 7th to Friday June 10th. The workshop was hosted by the Cryptography and Security Research Group at Department of Computer Science , Aarhus University.
Travelling to Aarhus: https://conferences.au.dk/getting-to-aarhus-and-aarhus-university
Accommodation in Aarhus: https://conferences.au.dk/accommodation-in-aarhus
Getting around in Aarhus: https://conferences.au.dk/getting-around-in-aarhus
Other practicalities: https://conferences.au.dk/practical-information Please note that Monday June 6th is a Danish public holiday.
Venue: The workshop will be held in the Peter Bøgh Andersen auditorium (building 5335, room 016), Finlandsgade 23, 8200 Aarhus N: https://goo.gl/maps/ZGTk6Ttiv74dyNSb6
Workshop Dinner: On Thursday June 9th at 18:00, there will be a nice workshop dinner for all attendees. The workshop dinner will take place at the Math Department, Ny Munkegade 118, 8000 Aarhus C. You will find further details in the program. The workshop dinner is supported by Partisia Blockchain.
Rump Session: There will be a Rump Session on Thursday June 9 as part of the workshop dinner. The rump session will take place in the "Auditorium E" at the Math Department, Ny Munkegade 118, 8000 Aarhus C. The Rump Session will be chaired by Carsten Baum and Daniel Tschudi 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 2022 to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com with the following details, by 1 pm on Thursday June 9 including:
• Speaker name
• Talk title
• Slides (pdf, max 10 slides) - Can be updated until 1 pm on Thursday June 6th
• Requested talk length (max. 5 min)
• This talk is: funny/mostly funny/mostly serious/very boring but willing to bribe (please select one)
WiFi: The university wifi network for guests is called "AU Guest". Further details here: https://medarbejdere.au.dk/en/administration/it/guides/network/wirelessnetwork/#c1894383
Ran Canetti (Boston University)
Nishanth Chandran (Microsoft Research)
Chaya Ganesh (IISc Bangalore)
Vipul Goyal (Carnegie Mellon University)
Shai Halevi (Algorand Foundation)
David Heath (Georgia Tech)
Lisa Kohl (CWI Amsterdam)
Yehuda Lindell (Coinbase)
Giulio Malavolta (Max Planck Institute)
Antigoni Polychroniadou (JP Morgan)
Sven Trieflinger (Robert Bosch GmbH)
Sophia Yakoubov (Aarhus 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.
Contributed talks will be 20-30 minutes.
The deadline for contributed talks was on Friday April 1st (anywhere on Earth).
Notification of acceptance is expected by April 23rd April 26th.
Please submit a short abstract (with a 1-2 page summary, up to five pages total) of your proposed talk via the submission system:
Submissions should include the list of co-authors. On the submission system, you will also be asked to name the expected speaker(s), and confirm whether you will give the talk in-person (in-person talks will be prioritized, but remote talks may still be considered).
If your talk is an already published work, please include a link and information about where it was presented.
Carsten Baum (Aarhus University)
Ivan Damgård (Aarhus University)
Divya Gupta (Microsoft Research)
Carmit Hazay (Bar-Ilan University)
Claudio Orlandi (Aarhus University)
Emmanuela Orsini (KU Leuven)
Benny Pinkas (Bar-Ilan University)
Peter Rindal (Visa Research)
Dragos Rotaru (Cape Privacy)
Peter Scholl (Aarhus University)
Phillipp Schoppmann (Google)
Thomas Schneider (TU Darmstadt)
Sophia Yakoubov (Aarhus University)
We have a limited number of stipends 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). The stipend covers registration fee for the workshop, travel to and from Aarhus as well as accommodation in Aarhus during the workshop.
If you would like to be considered, then please:
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org containing at least two paragraphs addressing why you should be funded, where you are a student, and what your thesis topic is about.
Have your supervisor confirm your application by email.
The deadline for stipend applications was on Friday April 1st.
Diego Aranha, Aarhus University
Carsten Baum, Aarhus University
Ivan Damgård, Aarhus University
Jesper Buus Nielsen, Aarhus University
Claudio Orlandi, Aarhus University
Peter Scholl, Aarhus University
Sophia Yakoubov, Aarhus University
Malene B.B. Andersen (email@example.com)
The TPMPC 2022 is supported by the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Unions’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the project "Secure, Private, Efficient Multiparty Computation" (SPEC), the Carlsberg Foundation under the Semper Ardens project "Center for Blockchains and Electronic Markets" (BCM) as well as Partisia Blockchain.