An exciting program starts with a keynote talk by Juan Garay (Texas A&M University) followed by selected presentations 'Afgjort – A Semi-Synchronous Finality Layer for Blockchains', 'Pixel: Multi-Signatures for Consensus', and 'A Framework for Anonymous Lottery-Based Protocols in the Proof-of-Stake Setting' before the coffee break.
The second keynote is given by Charles Hoskinson (IOHK) and after that comes the first PRIViLEDGE session with 3 presentations: 'Asymmetric Distributed Trust' , 'Publicly Verifiable Proofs from Blockchains and the Attacks of the Clones in Proof-of-Stake Blockchains' and 'Timed Signatures and Zero-Knowledge Proofs - Timestamping in the Blockchain Era'.
Third keynote by Jens Groth (DFINITY) comes after the lunch and is followed by presentations 'Fully Homomorphic NIZK and NIWI Proofs', ' Zether: Towards Privacy in a Smart Contract World' and 'ZEXE: Enabling Decentralized Private Computation'.
The second PRIViLEDGE session has talks on 'On QA-NIZK in the BPK Model' and 'Verifiable MPC and DLT'.
The final session has 4 presentations: 'Quisquis: A New Design for Anonymous Cryptocurrencies', 'Initial Public Offering (IPO) on Permissioned Blockchain using Secure Multiparty Computation', 'Universally Composable and Privacy-Preserving Audit Logs Using Bulletin Board', and 'Bootstrapping Online Trust: Timeline Activity Proofs over Public Ledgers'.
You can find full program with times, speakers and affiliations on the event website: https://priviledge-project.eu/pencil
PENCIL workshop takes place on 18th of May in Darmstadt in conjunction with Eurocrypt 2019. You can register to attend the workshop at https://eurocrypt.iacr.org/2019/registration.html