TCS+ talk: Wednesday, November 14 — Urmila Mahadev, UC Berkeley
The next TCS+ talk will take place this coming Wednesday, November 14th at 1:00 PM Eastern Time (10:00 AM Pacific Time, 19:00 Central European Time, 18:00 UTC). Urmila Mahadev from UC Berkeley will speak about “Classical Homomorphic Encryption for Quantum Circuits” (abstract below).
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Abstract: We present the first leveled fully homomorphic encryption scheme for quantum circuits with classical keys. The scheme allows a classical client to blindly delegate a quantum computation to a quantum server: an honest server is able to run the computation while a malicious server is unable to learn any information about the computation. We show that it is possible to construct such a scheme directly from a quantum secure classical homomorphic encryption scheme with certain properties. Finally, we show that a classical homomorphic encryption scheme with the required properties can be constructed from the learning with errors problem.