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Cryptographic Research Receives Distinguished Paper Award at ACM CCS 23

A team of cryptographers received recognition from the Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS) in November for creating a cryptographic method for zero-knowledge proofs more efficient than some of the most advanced methods developed in recent years.

Georgia Tech Professor Vlad Kolesnikov and Ph.D. candidate Yibin Yang received a distinguished paper award for their work, Batchman and Robin: Batched and Non-batched Branching for Interactive ZK.

Zero-knowledge proofs are cryptographic schemes allowing someone to prove a statement is true without revealing any additional information to the verifier.

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