August10(Tuesday)2021 10:00 - 12:00,Building 110, Room N103
▶Speaker : Miran Kim(UNIST AIGS)
▶Title : Introduction to Homomorphic Encryption
▶Abstract :
Homomorphic encryption is an encryption method to enable arbitrary computation on encrypted data without decryption. It has emerged as one of the promising solutions to address privacy issues in computation over sensitive data. In this talk, I will introduce the basic construction of homomorphic encryption. We then focus on the recent development of (approximate) homomorphic encryption. We conclude with the state-of-art benchmarks of the encryption systems in real-world applications such as machine learning and biomedical study.

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