Exam Grades are onlin
The exam grades, together with the scans, were uploaded to the website.
The final grades will be online in the following week after the homework grades are out. A factor will be applied.
Appeals should be sent to Tamer via e-mail, no later than July 18.
Guidance for question 4.2.
|Use randomized encoding to represent any function using a 3-degree polynomial over a finite field.|
More specifically, like mentioned in class, we can represent every function f(x) using a function g(x,r), such that:
- g is a 3-degree polynomial.
- f(x) can be deterministically derived from g(x,r), where r is uniform, with a negligible error. That is, g(x,r) is "a randomized encoding" of f(x).
More details can be found in the slides.
|Just a reminder about Akshay's lecture today about garbled circuits. Usual place usual time.|
Announcement Regarding Exam
|It will be an open material exam.|
Reception Hour today
A "reception hour" will be held today in my office (Taub 532) at 14:30.
Second homework sheet is online
|Submission due to 3/7.|
Solutions should be submitted to Tamer by e-mail
Summer School on Proof Techniques in Symmetric Cryptography (SPOTNIQ)
===== a forwarded message =====
We are organizing a summer school on Proof Techniques in Symmetric
Cryptography (SPOTNIQ) at the end of July in Bertinoro, Italy.
The goal is to cover recent trends in provable security for symmetric
cryptography. The target audience includes both theoretical and applied
The school webpage includes a preliminary list of speakers and topics:
We would appreciate if you would inform students and postdocs at your
institution about this opportunity. Feel free to forward this e-mail to
If interested, please fill in the form on the school webpage. We will be
opening the official registration this week.
|A complementary class will be held on Tuesday, June 12, 10:30-12:30, in Taub 201.|
Yet another Doodle for another complementary class
|Please select all relevant slots in the poll below.|
|The final exam is to be held in Sunday 24/6 12:30-15:30, in Taub 4 (lecture room).|
First homework sheet is online
|Submission due to 3/6.|
Solutions should be submitted to Tamer, either by e-mail , or to the mailbox in the fifth floor.
|- The lecture of 10/6 will last 3 hours.|
- Another Doodle! This time for the final exam (link below).
Please fill out the Doodle below so we can decide on the most suitable day for a longer lecture (one hour longer).
|The first lecture, Sunday's 25/3, is cancelled.|