The NYU Cryptography Group

People

Faculty
   Yevgeniy Dodis
   Victor Shoup

PhD students
   Adriana López-Alt
   Aris Tentes
  

Alumni
  
Joel Alwen
   Daniel Wichs
   Kristiyan Haralambiev
   Siddhartha Annapureddy
   Carl Bosley
   Sze Ming (Sherman) Chow
   Nelly Fazio
   Michael Freedman
   Antonio Nicolosi
   Roberto Oliveira
   Prashant Puniya
   Shabsi Walfish
      

Group information

The NYU Cryptography Group researches various aspects of cryptography, from definitions and proofs of security, to cryptographic algorithms and protocol design. Ultimately, we aim to enable the construction and deployment of secure information systems and computing infrastructures. On a high level, our research includes:
  • Improving the security and/or efficiency of cryptographic applications.
  • Designing new, provably-secure cryptographic primitives and protocols.
  • Formalizing and analyzing common cryptographic practices.
Our publications can be found on the individual pages of the respective authors.

Selected Projects
Here we list some recent projects that group members have been involved in.
  • Cryptography Using Biometrics and Other Imperfect Sources
  • Rational Cryptography and Collusion-Free Secure Multiparty Computation
  • Intrusion Resilient Cryptography, Security Against Side-Channel Attacks, Bounded Retrieval Model
  • Pairing-based Cryptography
  • Lattice-based Cryptography
  • Universal Composability and Generalized Universal Composability
  • Hardness Amplification
  • Design of Cryptographic Hash Functions
  • Information Theoretic Cryptography
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