The 2014 CTIC-IIIS Theory of Cryptography Workshop took place at Room 1-315, FIT Building at Tsinghua University, Beijing. This 6-day workshop is jointly organized by the Institute for Interdisciplinary Information Sciences (IIIS) at Tsinghua University and the Center for Theory of Interactive Computation (CTIC) at Aarhus University.
The workshop’s format will consists of talks by attendees from Tsinghua, Aarhus, as well as by invited speakers from neighboring or international institutions, such as INRIA, France & Tsinghua University, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, UC Davis and NTT Secure Platform Laboratories. Topics will include multiparty computation, secure computation, information-theoretic cryptography, but also foundational issues and lattice-based cryptography. The purpose of the workshop is to foster academic exchange and to further research in these fields.
Prof. John Steinberger, Assistant Professor of IIIS, hosted the workshop.