Hilder Vítor Lima Pereira
I did my undergraduate course in Computer Science at University of São Paulo and then I moved to University of Campinas, where I obtained a MSc degree in Computer Science, working with cryptography under the supervision of professor Diego de Freitas Aranha.
I am now doing my PhD in University of Luxembourg and my advisor is professor Jean-Sébastien Coron.
My main research interests are Homomorphic Encryption, Multilinear Maps, and Indistinguishability Obfuscation.
Awards and Scholarships
- 2015: Google Research Awards for Latin America (and a scholarship to my master's studies)
- 2012: Scholarship to study for a semester at Université de Franche-Comté, France, provided by the Rectory of University of São Paulo through the Program of Academic Merit Scholarships to International Exchange.
- 2010: Honorable mention given by the government of the State of São Paulo for works presented in the Third Technology Fair of Technical Schools of São Paulo.
- Homomorphic Encryption
- Privacy-preserving Computation
- Cryptographic Multilinear Maps
- Indistinguishability Obfuscation
- Provable Security