In this week's episode, Anna catches up with Kenny Paterson, Professor of Computer Science and Lead of Applied Cryptography Group at ETH Zurich. The goal of the episode is to take a deeper look at DP-3T and privacy preserving contact tracing research in Europe generally. They cover his work at ETH Zurich, discuss how the DP-3T project came to be, look at risks facing contact tracing protocols generally, and discuss why putting privacy and decentralisation at the heart of these types of protocol is so important.
A few of the topics we cover:
- ZKPodcast interview with Claudia Diaz
- ZKPodcast interview with Henry de Valence
- DP-3T site
- Some early critical analysis of the protocol Here + Here
- Applied Crypto group at ETH Zurich
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