Quantum primitives for secure computing
Technical Report,02 Sep 2015,01 Sep 2018
Singapore University of Technology and Design Singapore Japan
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The PI has had very good success in this project. The project investigated new building blocks for quantum secure computing applications. The PI has developed a number of new secure computing protocols A multi-client variant of blind quantum computation several information theoretically secure protocols for somewhat homomorphic quantum encryption, with one experimentally implemented in collaboration with colleagues in Vienna a protocol for noisy quantum one-time which can enable single-use delegation of digital signatures Several protocols which allow for the verification of quantum computation the first blind computing protocol to require only classical communication and a protocol for securely computing on shared secrets without an honest majority. The PI has published 17 papers as a direct result of the grant.
- Quantum Theory and Relativity
- Computer Programming and Software
- Computer Systems Management and Standards