I’ve given far too many talks over the last 2 months. You’d think I wasn’t defending my PhD thesis next month. All of my slides are available under a Creative Commons license, of course:
- Introduction to Cryptographic Voting, a lecture I gave in Kevin Fu‘s Applied Cryptography class at UMass Amherst. (Kevin was a classmate of mine during MIT undergrad years… we built a kryptophone together with Rodrigo Leroux.)
- Introduction to Cryptography I and II, lectures I gave in MIT’s 6.976 (Quantitative Foundations of Engineering Systems).
- Web Security, a lecture in MIT’s 6.171 – Software Engineering for Internet Applications.
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- RDFa: Interoperable Web Metadata, which I’ve posted over at the RDFa web site.
My next talk will be my thesis defense on cryptographic voting. June 22nd, 9am. Time to go write more thesis!