报告题目：A brief overview of Bootstrapping
报告人：刘峰豪教授，Florida Atlantic University
Boostrapping is an important technique that enables "Fully" homomorphic encryption (FHE). There has been active research since the first generation of FHE. In this talk, I am going to present several technical developments of FHE bootstrapping and some applications, such as funcitonal encryption and tighter reduction. In this talk, I am going to present several technical developments of FHE bootstrapping, and some applications.
Feng-Hao Liu is an associate professor at the EECS department of FAU. He received a PhD degree in Computer Science from Brown University in 2013, and then joined the Maryland Cybersecurity Center at University of Maryland as a postdoctoral researcher from 2013 – 2015. In 2015, he joined FAU as an assistant professor and then became an associate professor in 2021.
His research interests include post-quantum and lattice-based cryptography, homomorphic computation, multiparty computation, tamper/leakage resilient designs, foundation of cryptography, etc. Particularly, he would like to develop new mathematical and analytical techniques to improve efficiency of the current research frontier, aiming at creating a secure and trusted cyberspace for both outsourced and portable environments, even against quantum computers. His research is supported by an NSF CRII award and an NSF Career Award.