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NECの研究者

2018年10月16日

佐古 和恵 (Kazue Sako)

佐古 和恵の写真

Distinguished Researcher
Security Research Laboratories
Central Research Laboratories
NEC Corporation

Education

1982-1986
Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan
Bachelor Degree of Science (March, 1986)
Research advisor: Prof. T. Hirai
PhD. of Engineering (March, 1998) Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan
Research advisor: Prof. Y. Kambayashi

Professional Record

Apr.1986
Joined NEC as Researcher
Jul.2000-Dec.2004
Principal Researcher
Jan.2005-Mar.2012
Research Fellow
Apr.2012-Mar.2014
Innovation Producer
Apr.2014-Apr.2018
Senior Engineer
Apr.2018-Present
Distinguished Researcher

Activities

Member
Science Council of Japan 2014-2020
President Japan Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (JSIAM: 2017-2019)
Vice President Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers (IEICE:2017-2019)
Director
IEICE (2012-2014)
JSIAM(2015-2017)
Lecturer
Tokyo Institute of Technology(2007-)
Kyushu University(2005,6)
Steering Committee
Real World Crypto (2018-)
PKC (2018-2021)
RSA Conference (2016-2019)
Associate Editor
IACR Journal of Cryptology (March, 2009)
Managing Editor
IET Journal on Information Security
Program Committee
Crypto 98,01,03, Eurocrypt 01,12, Asiacrypt 00, 04, Financial Cryptography 00,01,06,07,09,17,18,19 PKC 03,05,06,10,11,19, ESORICS 05,06,07, RSA Conference 06,07,09,10,12,15,16,17,18, ACMCCS 07,08,09, WOTE 06,07,08, EVT-WOTE 11, AfricaCrypt 09,11,17, PETS 12, Security Standardization Research 14,16,18
Technical Committee
IEEE Workshop on Information Forensics and Security2009
Board of Trustees

Awards

1990
IEICE Best Paper Award
Subject: Proposal for Cryptographic Key Distribution Systems Based on Identification Information
1994
IEICE Young Researchers' Award
Subject: Comments on an Attribution-Analyzing Protocol
2001
Best Paper Award of IPSJ National Convention
Subject: Realization of Large Scale Electronic Voting System using Shuffles
2007
IPSJ Best Paper Award
Another Approach for a Revocation Problem in Group Signatures

Research Fields

  • Cryptographic protocols, such as electronic voting, auction, lottery, and anonymous authentication.
  • Security and privacy design
  • Blockchain technology

Societies

IEICE
(The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers)
- Director, International Coordination and Publicity (2012.6-2014.6)
IACR
(The International Association for Cryptologic Research)
IPSJ
(The Information Processing Society of Japan)
JSIAM
(The Japan Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics)

Editor

ISO/IEC JTC1 SC27 WG2 20008-2
Anonymous Digital Signatures Part2
ISO/IEC JTC1 SC27 WG5 29191
Requirements on partially anonymous unlinkable authentication (Title subject to change)

Major Papers

  • I. Teranishi, J. Furukawa and K. Sako:"k-times anonymous authentication",ASIACRYPT (2004)
  • J. Furukawa and K. Sako: "An Efficient Proof for Proving a Shuffle",CRYPTO 2001.
  • M. Hirt and K. Sako: "Efficient Receipt-free Voting Based on Homomorphic Encryption",EUROCRYPT (2000)
  • M. Jakobsson, K. Sako and R. Impagliazzo:"Designated Verifier Proofs and its Applications",EUROCRYPT (1996)
  • K. Sako: "Generating statsitical information in anonymous surveys",Transactions of IEICE, Apr. (1996)
  • K. Sako and J. Kilian:"Receipt-free mix-type voting scheme --A practical solution to the implementation of a voting booth--", EUROCRYPT (1995)
  • K. Sako:"Electronic Voting Schemes Allowing Open Objection to the Tally", Transactions of IEICE, (1994)
  • K. Sako:"Electronic Voting Schemes Allowing Open Objection to the Tally", Transactions of IEICE, (1994)