Iwamoto-Watanabe Laboratory (IWL) is a research laboratory in Graduate School of Informatics and Engineering, the University of Electro-Communications (UEC). We design cryptographic algorithms and provide theoretical analyses of current cryptographic protocols by mathematical tools such as complexity theory and information theory. We aim to consider every angle of security sysmtes in collaboration with Sakiyama-Miyahara Lab., Li Lab., and Sugawara Lab., which are laboratries that mainly focus on hardware security.
A paper on dynamic searchable encryption was accepted at ACM CODASPY 2022.
A paper on multi-designated receiver authentication codes was accepted at CISS 2022.
A paper on identity-based encryption was accepted to Theoretical Computer Science.
A paper on secure computation was accepted at Tokenomics 2021.
Yoshiki Abe will be appointed as JSPS Research Fellow (DC2) as of April 2022.
A paper on anonymous broadcast encryption was accepted at IMACC 2021.
A paper on revocable identity-based encryption was accepted to Designs, Codes and Cryptography.