Yuval Ishai is a professor of Computer Science at the Technion, Israel. He received his PhD at the Technion, served as a postdoctoral researcher at DIMACS Center, AT&T Labs Research and Princeton University, and spent two extended sabbaticals at UCLA. He is broadly interested in cryptography, with a special focus on secure multiparty computation and efficient proof systems, and is also interested in interactions between cryptography and computational complexity theory. His works were recognized by best paper awards of the FOCS 2004, Crypto 2007, and Crypto 2016 conferences, a SIAM Outstanding Paper prize, and a TCC Test of Time Award. He is a 2018 fellow of the IACR (International Association for Cryptologic Research) and served as a program chair of the TCC 2011, Eurocrypt 2019, and Eurocrypt 2020 conferences.
Error-Correcting Codes: Theory and Practice, Spring 2024, Visiting Scientist
Meta-Complexity, Spring 2023, Visiting Scientist
Summer Cluster: Lattices and Beyond, Summer 2022, Visiting Scientist
Lattices: Algorithms, Complexity, and Cryptography, Spring 2020, Visiting Scientist
Proofs, Consensus, and Decentralizing Society, Fall 2019, Visiting Scientist
Cryptography, Summer 2015, Visiting Scientist