Tune in at 9:30am (12:30pm Eastern)

This Summer, most of the theory of cryptography community is in Berkeley to participate in the Simons Institute program on cryptography.

The program started with week-long series of lectures, all available here, which covered tools such as lattice problems, multilinear maps, oblivious RAMs, scrambled circuits, and differential privacy, and their applications to homomorphic encryption, obfuscation, delegated computations, and multiparty computations.

This week there is a workshop on secure computations, all whose talks are livestreamed, which starts today at 9:30 Pacific Time with a talk by Amit Sahai on obfuscation.