Description: This talk is about new research in cryptography and it's applications. It will go over a few bleeding edge topics and try to explain some of the background math to a few of them. After which we.ll discuss some of the really cool things happening in the world of cryptography. Predominantly gap groups and it.s relation to predicate encryption systems. Gap groups are how people are doing these awesome things, skipping some of the math and showing the results. We.ll take a brief detour into short signatures and finally discuss predicate encryption which allows us to query and ask questions about our ciphertext, is a new and cool field being pioneered as we speak.
Benjamin Agre is a full time college student who plays around with cryptography to do randomness. He enjoys shiggilling around and trying to simultaneously save and destroy the world.
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