Dimitris Kolonelos

Dimitris Kolonelos

PhD Student

IMDEA Software Institute

Biography

I am a PhD student at IMDEA Software Institute advised by Dario Fiore, working in Cryptography. From April to August 2021 I was a research intern at Ethereum Foundation working with Mary Maller. I received my Diploma in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the National Technical University of Athens in 2018, where my Diploma thesis was advised by Aris Pagourtzis.

I am broadly interested in the theoretical and applied aspects of Cryptography with a current focus in succinct cryptographic primitives with advanced functionalities, including primitives such as Succinct Zero-Knowledge Proof Systems, Vector Commitments and Set Accumulators, and their applications to public key cryptography and blockchain technology.

Publications

(2022). Efficient Registration-Based Encryption. Preprint.

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(2022). Succinct Zero-Knowledge Batch Proofs for Set Accumulators. In CCS 2022.

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(2022). Ring Signatures with User-Controlled Linkability. In ESORICS 2022.

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(2022). Inner Product Functional Commitments with Constant-Size Public Parameters and Openings. In SCN 2022.

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(2021). Zero-Knowledge Proofs for Set Membership: Efficient, Succinct, Modular. In FC 2021.

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(2020). Incrementally Aggregatable Vector Commitments and Applications to Verifiable Decentralized Storage. In Asiacrypt 2020.

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Talks

Blog Posts

Groth-Sahai Proofs Are Not That Scary

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