[Seminar] “Theoretical coverage of Homomorphic Encryption and Verifiable Computations and Practical Applications” by Dr. Victor Sucasas and Dr. Eduardo Soria
Victor Sucasas (Director Crytophraphy Engineer, Technology Innovation Institute)
Victor Sucasas received the PhD degree in electronic engineering from the University of Surrey, United Kingdom, in 2016. He has extensive research experience as a researcher with the Instituto de Telecomunicações - Aveiro, Portugal, and as a PhD student at the University of Surrey, Guildford, United Kingdom, where he worked on European projects FP7-GREENET, ECSEL-SWARMs and CATRENE-H2O. Over the past six years, he has been an active researcher in several fields such as wireless cooperative communications, network security, and privacy preserving systems.
Eduardo Soria (Senior Cryptographer, Technology Innovation Institute)
I am a senior cryptographer at Technology Innovation Institute (TII). My research focuses on secure multi-party computation protocols and (privacy-preserving) verifiable computation. Before joining TII in March 2021, I was a postdoctoral researcher in the Cryptography and Security Group at Aarhus University. Earlier, I received a Ph.D. from the University of Bristol, where I was supervised by Prof. Nigel Smart.
(Meeting ID: 978 2815 3468 Passcode: 074888)