Secure Multiparty Computation: Theory and Practice

19-22 January, 2020 at Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore.

Supported by IISc Institutions-of-Eminence (IoE) Initiative

We are excited to be hosting a workshop on “Secure Multi-Party Computation: Theory and Practice” at Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore as a part of Golden Jubilee celebrations of the Department of Computer Science and Automation (CSA).

Secure multiparty computation (MPC) allows two or more parties to compute some joint function over their private inputs while ensuring privacy (parties learn only the output of the computation) and correctness (output of the computation is correct). Since its introduction by Andrew Yao in the 1980s, MPC has evolved as one of the most active research areas in both theoretical and applied cryptography. The workshop will comprise of tutorials covering the basics of secure computation followed by advanced tracks to bring the participants up to date with the latest results in this exciting field.

Confirmed Speakers

Antigoni Polychroniadou
JPMorgan AI Research, USA
Arpita Patra
IISc Bangalore, India
Ashish Choudhury
IIIT Bangalore, India
Benny Pinkas
Bar Ilan University, Israel
Carmit Hazay
Bar Ilan University, Israel
Chaya Ganesh
IISc Bangalore, India
Elette Boyle
IDC, Israel
Juan Garay
Texas A&M University, USA
Manoj M. Prabhakaran
IIT Bombay, India
Nishanth Chandran
MSR, India
Niv Gilboa
Ben-Gurion University, Israel
C. Pandu Rangan
IIT Madras, India
Peter Scholl
Aarhus University, Denmark
Ran Canetti
Boston University, USA
Tel Aviv University, Israel
Yuval Ishai
Technion, Israel


-- The workshop schedule is now available. Click here for details.

-- Yuval Ishai will be giving a talk on "Secure Multiparty Computation" as part of CSA Golden Jubilee Frontier Lecture Series on 17th January, 2020. See the poster for more details.

-- Ran Canetti will be giving a talk on "Law and Algorithms: A Cryptographic Lens" as part of CSA Golden Jubilee Frontier Lecture Series on 23rd January, 2020. See the poster for more details.

-- The selection for the workshop is done and the list of participants can be found here. We will not entertain further requests due to resource constraints.


Click here to know the schedule in detail.

Day 1: 19th January
Day 2: 20th January
Day 3: 21st January
Day 4: 22nd January
Day 1: 19th January
Day 2: 20th January
Day 3: 21st January
Day 4: 22nd January



Room: SERC Auditorium (4th floor) Maps
Supercomputer Education and Research Centre,
Indian Institute of Science,
Bangalore 560012

How to get there

The Institute is known as Tata Institute to the locals. It is better to use the name Tata Institute with the taxi, auto-rickshaw drivers, and bus conductors. The directions from IISc Main building to SERC Auditorium can be found here.


Accomodation available outside the campus includes:

Splurge (5-star)

Sheraton Grand Bangalore
26/1, Dr. Rajkumar Road, Rajajinagar, Bengaluru 560055
Four Seasons Hotel Bengaluru at Embassy ONE
8, Bellary Rd, Dena Bank Colony, Bengaluru 560032
Taj Yeshwantpur, Bengaluru
2275, Tumkur Road, Yeshwantpur , Bengaluru , 560022
Gokulam Grand Hotel & Spa Bangalore
115 Gokula Extension, BEL Circle, Bengaluru - 560054
ITC Windsor Bangalore
#25, Windsor Square, Golf Course Road, Bengaluru 560052

Economy (4-star & 3-star)

Comfort Inn Insys
46, 1st Main Road, Gokula 1st stage, Mathikere, Bangalore 560022.
The Sanctum Suites BEL Road
15, Behind CPRI Compound, Inside Vijaya Farms, Bengaluru 560094.
Hotel Abhimaani Vasathi
2/9, Dr. Raj Kumar Road, Rajajinagar, Bangalore 560010.


Arpita Patra
Ajith S
Student Organizer
Divya Ravi
Student Organizer
Nishat Koti
Student Organizer
Protik Paul
Student Organizer
Mahak Pancholi
Student Organizer
Shravani Patil
Student Organizer
CrIS Lab


Supported by IISc Institutions-of-Eminence (IoE) Initiative