This is the page for the research retreat Internet crypto by
lab of ECRYPT.
The meeting starts on Monday, Jan 21, 2013 at 14:00 and ends in the afternoon
of Tuesday, Jan 22, 2013 (when the main event takes over).
The meeting is
public, registration for the main conference, Crypto
for 2020, is required.
The meeting takes place in room "Adelfas" on floor 3. On Tuesday morning we will start at 09:30.
Early registration ends January 8, 2013. The fees are 225 EUR for early registration and 325 EUR for late registration. This should encourage everybody to register early! There are some stipends available to students from Europe, for details, conditions, and deadlines see the registration page of the main event.
This event is a research retreat, this means it's not the time to read
your email or do other normal work, this is high-quality collaboration
time. You'll be on one of the nicest islands that Europe has to offer
and your task is nothing but to work with the other people who come
for the same meeting.
The only fixed events are important ones such as meals and coffee breaks. The afternoon breaks are around 15:30 and the morning breaks 10:30 - 11:30. On Tuesday Lunch is included and takes place 12:30 - 14:00.
For more details on the program see below
To give this some framework we've invited a nice list of active people who care about security-relevant software on the internet and who will present us with their approaches to fix the Internet - or some parts thereof - and asked them to outline in 30 min what would be a useful that this research retreat (and follow-up work) could do. We might also hear some horror stories of completely broken parts.
So, bring your laptops and a lot of motivation. Here is the list of invited participants who will give short presentations (which most likely define the topics of the meeting):
Monday, Jan 21, 2013
14:00 Peter Schwabe on NaCl: Cryptography for the Internet, followed by discussions
15:00 Jean-Philippe Aumasson on Crypto Coding Standards, followed by discussions. See http://www.cryptocoding.net/. The user name is guest. To get the password contact Jean-Philippe.
15:45 Coffee break 16:15 Nick Mathewson on Cryptography opportunities in Tor followed by discussions
17:30 Zooko Wilcox-O'Hearn on The Tahoe-LAFS Project followed by discussions.
Tuesday, Jan 22, 2013
09:30 Matt Green on What's the matter with TLS? followed by discussions
10:30 Coffee break
11:00 Work in groups
14:00 Progress report on group work
14:30 Work in groups II
15:30 Coffee break
16:00 Work in groups III
17:30 Final report