There will be an IEICE Invited Talk delivered by Goichiro Hanaoka of the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan.
Details as follows…
Title: Towards User-friendly Cryptography
In this talk, we dicuss user friendliness in cryptography and its importance. Especially, we reconsider the significance of generic constructions of cryptographic tools, using the case of proxy re-encryption as an example. We then suggest that enjoyable aspects of cryptographic tools may also be important for technology diffusion. We illustrate this using the case of card-based protocols as an example.
Goichiro Hanaoka graduated from the Department of Engineering, the University of Tokyo in 1997. He received the Ph.D. degree from the University of Tokyo in 2002. Goichiro joined AIST in 2005. Currently, he is Leader of the Advanced Cryptosystems Research Group, Information Technology Research Institute, AIST.
Goichiro engages in the R&D for encryption and information security technologies including the efficient design and security evaluation of public key cryptosystems. He has received numerous awards including the DoCoMo Mobile Science Award (2016), Mobile Communication Fund; the Wilkes Award (2007), British Computer Society; Best Paper Award (2008), The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers (IEICE); and Innovative Paper Awards (2012, 2014), Symposium on Cryptography & Information Security (SCIS), IEICE.
The IEICE Invited Talk is sponsored by the IEICE (Malaysia Section).