Events

Panoramix meets Tor: Work package 7 F2F meeting March 27-28th Amsterdam

In this exciting face-to-face meeting organized by Greenhost, Panoramix members will meet with the long-standing Tor network to discuss lessons learned by Tor in practical development of anonymity systems, as well as discuss with various developers (over 50 will be attending the Tor f2f as a whole) interested in mix networking. Afterwards, Panoramix members will

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Security Seminar at Newcastle University

On Tuesday 28th, February, 2017, Panoramix coordinator Aggelos Kiayias presented  “End-to-end verifiable elections” during the Security Seminar at Newcastle University, School of Computing Science. Abstract of the talk: How can we be capable to verify the tally of an election procedure that is produced digitally? Verifiability in the context of electronic voting is a property that has been

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PANORAMIX demo at CPDP

PANORAMIX successfully demonstrated its core technology at the 10th International Conference on Computers, Privacy & Data Protection (CPDP) in Brussels on the 26th of January 2017. The demo consisted of an educational video (view here) –shown on a large TV screen– explaining the overarching idea of PANORAMIX and its applications. In addition, a private anonymized chat

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Presentation at the Alan Turing Institute

Panoramix coordinator Aggelos Kiayias is one of the speakers at the Cryptocurrencies and Beyond workshop which is taking place at the Alan Turing Institute at the British Library on November 1st, 2016. Aggelos will present  “Secure Decentralized Blockchains without Proofs of Work” ongoing work of the Panoramix consortium and take part in the discussion what Blockchain technology might mean for UK

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Presentations @Summer Research Institute, EPFL

On June 20-24, EPFL in Lausanne hosted the “Summer Research Institute” (SURI), a summer school with many talks by leading scientists in computer security. SURI featured two talks by the Panoramix researchers. Aggelos Kiayias from the University of Edinburgh gave a talk on “Foundations of Blockchain Protocols” while Helger Lipmaa from the University of Tartu gave

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