We work broadly in all areas in Cryptography: applied as well as foundational.

This includes topics such as zero-knowledge proofs, secure multi-party computation, blockchains and cryptocurrencies, game theory, verifiable computation, program obfuscation, computing on encrypted data, differential privacy, non-malleable cryptography, leakage-resilient cryptography, and anonymous communication. Please check the individual webpages for publications and projects

Events in Cryptography

Crypto Seminar

Obfuscation of Pseudo-Deterministic Quantum Circuits

Crypto Seminar

Succinct Vector, Polynomial, and Functional Commitments from Lattices

Crypto Seminar

Computer Science Department at Carnegie Mellon University

Faculty Working in this Area

Last First Professional Title Available To Advise?
Blum Manuel University Professor Emeritus
Brumley David Professor of ECE, Affiliated Faculty
Goyal Vipul Adjunct Faculty
Jain Aayush Assistant Professor
Parno Bryan Associate Professor
Shi Elaine Associate Professor
Zheng Wenting Assistant Professor
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