Talk: Zero-knowledge proofs
Prof. Ivan Visconti
Monday, 24 January, 2022 - 12:00
Aula Magna del DIAG
Andrea Vitaletti firstname.lastname@example.org
Where and when: Monday, January 24th, 12 noon, Aula Magna@DIAG
Zero-knowledge proofs [GMR85] are among the most fascinating concepts in computer science. During the last 35 years they have been investigated in multiple directions with the goal of adapting this beautiful theory to emerging concrete scenarios.
In this talk I'll discuss the theoretical importance of this notion along with its applications to secure data in real-world systems.
Due to covid restrictions, only 50 attendees are allowed in the room on a first come, first served basis.
Please do not forget to register your presence on the paper in the main desk. It is mandatory, to fulfill covid regulation.
Il will be possible to attend the seminar remotely at the follwoing link https://meet.google.com/rus-mtsh-ftv