Let's Talk
Cryptography

Delve into the intersection of Web3 and cryptography, with researchers and builders discussing areas like ZK, MPC and FHE.

July 8, 2024
The Hotel Brussels, Brussels
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Encrypt
London
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ZK

Zero Knowledge (ZK) proofs are used in many areas in Web3, including scalability solutions (ZK rollups), privacy enabling networks, and building blocks in multiparty protocols. Join us to learn more about the direction real-world ZK research is heading.

MPC

Secure Multi Party Computation (MPC) is mostly recognized in Web3 through the lens of threshold signature Schemes (TSS), where cryptographic signatures are generated without the existence of a private key. Join us to hear about the latest innovation in TSS and other uses of MPC in Web3.

FHE

Fully Homomorphic Encryption (FHE) promise of enabling computation on encrypted data sparks the imagination and is one of the latest fields in cryptography to garner interest within the Web3 community. Join us to hear from researchers, builders and investors in the FHE space.

Past Event: Encrypt London

In March 2024 we gathered prominent builders and researchers working on some of the most interesting real-world applications of modern cryptography. Stay tuned as we announce Encrypt Brussels 2024 speakers and schedule.
keynote

Zvika Brakerski

Researcher,
Weizmann Institute Of Science

Zvika Brakerski is a professor of computer science at the Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel. The focus of his work is on the theory of classical and quantum cryptography. He made contributions to the design of fully homomorphic encryption (FHE), program obfuscation, lattice-based cryptography, and quantum aspects of cryptography, among other areas.

His awards and honors include the Alon Memorial Fellowship (2014), the Prof. Pazy Memorial Research Award (2015), the Wolf Foundation Krill Prize (2017), the IEEE FOCS Test of Time award (2022), ACM SIGACT / EATCS Gödel Prize for Outstanding Papers (2022), and the Blavatnik Israel Award for Young Scientists (2023).
speaker

Benny Pinkas

Researcher,
Aptos Labs &
Professor,
Bar Ilan University

Benny Pinkas is a researcher at Aptos Labs and a professor of computer science at Bar-Ilan University, where he was formerly the director of the Center for Research in Applied Cryptography and Cyber Security. He received his PhD from the Weizmann Institute in 2000 and is a Fellow of the International Association for Cryptologic Research (IACR).

He has worked as a researcher at Intertrust Technologies, Hewlett-Packard, Google, and VMware. His main research areas are cryptography, computer security and privacy, with a focus on secure multi-party computation.
speaker

Tomer Ashur

CEO & Chief Scientist,
3Mi Labs

Dr. Tomer Ashur is the CEO and chief scientist of 3MI Labs, a boutique research centre in all matters cryptography and Web3. Previously, he was professor of cryptography at Eindhoven University of Technology. In the space of Web3 he is mostly known for his pioneering works on algebraic ciphers such as the hash functions Vision and Rescue.
Panelist

Dolev Mutzari

VP Research,
dWallet Labs

Dolev Mutzari has a background in nation-state level cybersecurity and cryptography. As VP of Research at dWallet Labs, Dolev has achieved numerous cryptography breakthroughs in Web3, including leading the MPC works Tiresias and 2PC-MPC.
speaker

Michal Zajac

Head of Research,
Nethermind

Michał Zając holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science and has spent over 10 years in cryptography research — both in academia and industry. He has been doing blockchain-related research since 2018 with focus on user privacy. His main area of specialization: zero-knowledge proofs, their applications, and security.
Panelist

David Nogueira

Founding Partner & CTO,
Lightshift

David Nogueira is a co-founding partner and the CTO at Lightshift. In this role, he heads the engineering team which contributes directly to the building efforts of the fund’s portfolio projects. Prior to starting Lightshift, David helped co-found several companies across various sectors, consistently using technology to innovate and push boundaries.

Secure Your Seat at the Frontier
of Web3 research.

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July 8, 2024
The Hotel Brussels,
Brussels
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