Prastudy Mungkas Fauzi PhD thesis: “Efficient non-interactive zero-knowledge protocols in the CRS model”
Defense date: 17.02.2017 – 14:15 (J. Liivi 2-405, Tartu, Estonia)
Thesis supervisor: Lead Research Fellow Helger Lipmaa (Institute of Computer Science, UT)
Associate Professor Ivan Visconti (University of Salerno, Italy);
Dr Carla Ràfols Salvador (University of Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain)
In this work we provide three scenarios where NIZK arguments are relevant: verifiable computation, authorization, and electronic voting. In each scenario, we propose NIZK arguments in the CRS model that are more efficient than existing ones, and are comparable in efficiency to the best known NIZK arguments in the RO model.