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The aim of the IACR Ph.D. database is twofold. On the first hand, we want to offer an overview of Ph.D. already completed in the domain of cryptology. Where possible, this should also include a subject classification, an abstract, and access to the full text. On the second hand, it deals with Ph.D. subjects currently under investigation. This way, we provide a timely map of contemporary research in cryptology. All entries or changes need to be approved by an editor. You can contact them via phds (at)


Moti Yung (#438)
Name Moti Yung
Personal Homepage
Institution Columbia University
Topic of his/her doctorate. Minimum Knowledge-Transfer Protocols
Category foundations
Keywords Cryptographic Protocols
Year of completion 1988
Last Change 2012-05-08 12:48:38
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Moti Yung's Students

Jonathan Katz - Efficient Cryptographic Protocols Preventing Man-in-the-Middle Attacks (cryptographic protocols)
Seung Geol Choi - On Adaptive Security and Round Efficiency in Secure Multi-party Computation (cryptographic protocols)

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