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Quantum Cryptography

Analysing and exploiting specific features of different computational models, from a perspective that combines physics and computer science, provides a framework for designing new cryptographic protocols. In this project, we will employ the universal blind computation as a building block to design new classes of protocols for Quantum Money, Quantum Digital Signature and various Secure Circuit Evaluation schemes. The security of all these new protocols will be rigorously studied under specific conditions capturing the essential features of practical physical implementations. We will pursue a threshold analysis for achieving computational or information theoretic security, and will also consider the case of bounded resources.

Potential Supervisors

Elham Kashefi

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