Some Talks by Oded Goldreich
last updated: Jan. 2017
I intend to make a collection of scanned slides of some of my past talks
and all of my future talks (i.e., starting 2008).
Note that the files dating prior to 2008
are the result of scanning handwritten slides.
See also my list of publication
and list of papers available on-line.
The talks are arranged by topics.
In each topic, survey talks come first,
and research contributions (marked RC) follow.
General Overviews
- The bright side of hardness:
Demomstrates the usefulness of computational intractability
(in cryptography).
Prepared for the mini-Workshop on Cryptography of ECM08,
July 2008, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
See slides and
notes.
(Superseeds a shorter presentation
(4 slides + extras), prepared for an advanced undergraduate class
(Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, April 2006).)
- On the Foundations of Modern Cryptography:
Advocating the need for firm foundations.
Prepared for Crypto'97, Santa Barbara, Cal., USA.
- General Cryptographic Protocols
(aka Secure Multi-Party Computation).
Prepared for Joachim von zur Gathen's 60th B-day,
Bonn, Germany, 2010.
Old slides on how to solve any protopcol problem .
late 1980s.
- RC:
a candidate one-way function, 2000?
- RC: Private Information Retreival, 1995.
Other aspects of complexity theory
MISC.
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