TPMPC 2019 will be held at Bar-Ilan University (in the Tel Aviv area) from June 17 to June 20. Transportation will be provided from some select Tel Aviv hotels to Bar-Ilan in the morning and back at the end of the day, for those interested in staying in Tel Aviv.
More details will be posted on this page as we get closer to the event.
The exact location of the workshop is in the Nanotechnology Building (building number 206) at Bar-Ilan University (map
). Please note that photo ID (passport or drivers license) is needed to enter the campus.
We recommend staying at a hotel in Tel-Aviv; we will provide transportation to the conference at Bar-Ilan and back every day.
We have a special rate at the Atlas hotel chain for the Yam
, Tal by the Beach
and Shalom & Relax
hotels. The prices per night including breakfast are: 730NIS-single and 780NIS-double at the Yam hotel; 800NIS-single and 870NIS-double at Tal by the Beach and at Melody (100NIS more for a superior room); and 840NIS-single and 930NIS-double at Shalom & Relax (100NIS more for a superior room).
Buses will pick participants up from the Tal by the Beach
and Shalom & Relax
hotels every morning, and will return participants there at the end of every day. (Note that all of the above hotels are close to these two pick-up points.) The buses will leave approximately 1 hour before the talks begin each day. Exact times will be given closer to the workshop, and to those who sign up for the bus.
The full workshop program appears here
. In order to see more details regarding the speakers and co-authors, see the lists of invited speakers and contributed talks below.
Confirmed Invited Speakers
- Marina Blanton (University at Buffalo, USA): Efficient Building Blocks For Secure Computation Based On Secret Sharing
- Elette Boyle (IDC, Israel): Beaver Meets FSS: Secure Computation with Preprocessing via Function Secret Sharing
- Ran Canetti (Tel-Aviv University, Israel and Boston University, USA): Fully Deniable Encryption and Multiparty Computation
- Ivan Damgård (Aarhus University, Denmark): Communication Lower Bounds for Statistically Secure MPC, with or without Preprocessing
- Shai Halevi (IBM T.J. Watson, USA): Compressible FHE with Applications to PIR
- Marcella Hastings (University of Pennsylvania, USA): Lessons From A Survey Of General-Purpose Frameworks For Secure Multi-Party Computation
- Yehuda Lindell (Bar-Ilan University, Israel): Two-Thirds Honest-Majority MPC for Malicious Adversaries at Almost the Cost of Semi-Honest
- Tal Malkin (Columbia University, USA): Garbled Neural Networks are Practical
- Arpita Patra (Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, India): The Round Complexity Landscape of Secure Computation
- Thomas Schneider (Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany): Private Function Evaluation – From Functions to Data to Code