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Luís T. A. N. Brandão (IntlAssoc)

Foreign Guest Researcher (Contractor)

Within the Cryptographic Technology Group, I'm actively involved with the following projects:

Selected NIST published drafts (being revised)

  • 2021: Toward a PEC Use-Case Suite. Preliminary Draft
  • 2019: NISTIR 8213 (Draft): A Reference for Randomness Beacons: Format and Protocol Version 2. Joint with H. Booth, J. Kelsey, R. Peralta. doi:10.6028/NIST.IR.8213-draft

Selected publications external to NIST

  • 2016/2017: The Forge-and-Lose Technique and Other Contributions to Secure Two-Party Computation with Commitments. PhD. Thesis. doi:10.1184/r1/6723590
  • 2016: Very-Efficient Simulatable Flipping of Many Coins into a Well. Public-Key Cryptography – PKC 2016. doi:10.1007/978-3-662-49387-8_12
  • 2015: A Public Comment on NCCoE's White Paper on Privacy-Enhancing Identity Brokers. Joint with N. Christin and G. Danezis. arXiv:1611.02968v1
  • 2015: Toward Mending Two Nation-Scale Brokered Identification Systems. Proceedings on Privacy Enhancing Technologies. Joint with N. Christin, G. Danezis and Anonymous. doi:10.1515/popets-2015-0022
  • 2013: Secure Two-Party Computation with Reusable Bit-Commitments, via a Cut-and-Choose with Forge-and-Lose Technique. Advances in Cryptology - ASIACRYPT 2013. doi:10.1007/978-3-642-42045-0_23
  • 2012: On the Reliability and Availability of Replicated and Rejuvenating Systems under Stealth Attacks and Intrusions. Journal of the Brazilian Computer Society. Joint with A. Bessani. doi:10.1007/s13173-012-0062-x

Publications

Notes on Interrogating Random Quantum Circuits

Author(s)
Luis Brandao, Rene C. Peralta
Consider a quantum circuit that, when fed a constant input, produces a fixed-length random bit- string in each execution. Executing it many times yields a
Created June 18, 2019, Updated June 15, 2021