Tianren Liu (刘天任)

Assistant Professor, CFCS, Peking University

Tianren Liu 刘天任

I recently joined Center on Frontiers of Computing Studies (CFCS), Peking University as an assistant professor.

Previously, I was a postdoc researcher in UW, funded by Prof. Huijia (Rachel) Lin. I received my master and Phd degrees from MIT, where I was fortunately advised by Prof. Vinod Vaikuntanathan. I received my bachelor degree from IIIS Tsinghua University, advised by Prof. John Steinberger.

So far, my research focuses on information theoretic (IT) cryptography, including

  • IT cryptography problems, such as CDS, PSM, secret sharing;
  • secure multi-party computation with IT "flavor";
  • analysis of practical cryptography from an IT perspective;
  • (im)possibility of basing cryptography on NP-hardness.

[CV] [dblp] [google scholar]

Publications

CRYPTO 2021
The t-wise Independence of Substitution-Permutation Networks
eprint, slides, video
TCC 2021
Multi-Party PSM, Revisited: Improved Communication and Unbalanced Communication.
Leonard Assouline and Tianren Liu
eprint, slides, video
TCC 2020
Information-Theoretic 2-Round MPC without Round Collapsing: Adaptive Security, and More
Huijia Lin, Tianren Liu, Hoeteck Wee
eprint, download, slides, video
ITCS 2020
On the Complexity of Decomposable Randomized Encodings, or: How Friendly Can a Garbling-Friendly PRF be?
download
CRYPTO 2019
Reusable Non-Interactive Secure Computation.
eprint, slides
STOC 2018
Breaking the Circuit-Size Barrier in Secret Sharing.
Tianren Liu, Vinod Vaikuntanathan
eprint, slides, video, poster
EUROCRYPT 2018
Towards Breaking the Exponential Barrier for General Secret Sharing.
eprint, slides
TCC 2018
On Basing Search SIVP on NP-Hardness.
Tianren Liu
Best Student Paper, eprint, slides
CRYPTO 2017
Conditional Disclosure of Secrets via Non-linear Reconstruction.
eprint, slides, video
EUROCRYPT 2016
Indifferentiability of Confusion-Diffusion Networks.
eprint, video
TCC 2016-A
On Basing Private Information Retrieval on NP-Hardness.
Tianren Liu, Vinod Vaikuntanathan
eprint, slides
JAMIA 2013
An end-to-end system to identify temporal relation in discharge summaries: 2012 i2b2 challenge.
JAMIA 2013
Joint segmentation and named entity recognition using dual decomposition in Chinese discharge summaries.

Contact Me

Mail:

Skype: live:liutianren

Tel: +86 10 6275-0405

Office: Room 103, Courtyard No.5, Jingyuan, Peking University

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