Vipul Goyal


E-mail: vipul at 


Senior Scientist,

NTT Research, CA





About Me.


I am currently a Senior Scientist at the Cryptography and Information Security group at NTT Research in California. I joined NTT in June 2020 after taking a leave from CMU. Prior to CMU, I spent 7 happy years at Microsoft Research.


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Research Interests. Cryptography, Security & Privacy, Theoretical Computer Science


My Research has been generously supported by NSF, DARPA, Department of Energy NETL, JP Morgan, Cisco, PNC, Ripple, DoS Networks, and various Cylab initiatives.





Check out my YouTube full semester Crypto course and associated lecture notes.


Introduction to Cryptography (15356 and 15856)

Great Ideas in Theoretical Computer Science (15251)

Developing Blockchain Use Cases (15621, cross-listed at Tepper Business School, and Heinz College)

Special Topics in Cryptography: A seminar course on Blockchains and Cryptocurrencies



Students and Postdocs.



Xiao Liang  (Feb 2023 – Present)

Naresh Boddu (March 2023 – Present)

Chen-Da Liu Zhang (July 2021 – June 2023, now Assistant Professor at Luzern University, Switzerland)

Joao Ribeiro (August 2021 – Feb 2023, now Assistant Professor at Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal)

Pratik Soni (Oct 2020 – June 2022, now Assistant Professor at Univ of Utah)

Giulio Malavolta (Feb 2019 – Aug 2020, now Assistant Professor at Max Plank Institute, Bochum)

Nils Fleischhacker (Feb 2017 – May 2018, now Assistant Professor at Ruhr-University Bochum)


PhD students:

Yifan Song  (Assistant Professor at Tsinghua University)

Elisa Masserova (co-advised with Bryan Parno)

Justin Raizes

Alper Çakan


PhD Student Interns at NTT Research/CMU:

Bhaskar Roberts (Berkeley): Summer 2023

Hao Chung (CMU): Summer 2023

Jiahui Liu (UT Austin): Spring 2023

Jesse Goodman (Cornell): Summer 2022, 2019

Mingyuan Wang (Purdue): Summer 2021

Erica Blum (U. of Maryland): Summer 2021


Visiting Scientists at NTT Research:

Prabhanjan Ananth (UCSB, June 2023 – July 2023)

Omkant Pandey (SUNY Stony Brook, April 2023 – June 2023)


Full time Research Assistants:

Hanjun Li: Jan 2020 – July 2020: Now PhD student at UW

Ashutosh Kumar: Aug 2015 to Dec 2016: Now PhD student at UCLA

Aayush Jain: July 2013 to Aug 2015: Now Assistant Professor at CMU

Prabhanjan Ananth: July 2011 to April 2013: Now Assistant Professor at UCSB


Masters/Undergrad students/Interns at CMU:

Anirudh Baddepudi Sai

Rebecca Stevens

Xiaoqi Duan

Florian Breuer

Mingjia Huo

Chenzhi Zhu

Chen Xiwen

Hanjun Li

Kartik Chitturi

George Lu

Yanyi Liu


I have been fortunate enough to work with fantastic students in past. Here is a list of past Interns and Research Fellows at Microsoft Research.




Recent Program Committees.  FOCS 2024, Crypto 2024, IEEE S&P 2024, Eurocrypt 2023

Editorial Board. IACR Communications in Cryptology


Older Program Committees here






Software with Certified Deletion

Eurocrypt 2024




Unbounded Leakage-Resilience and Leakage-Detection in a Quantum World

Eprint 2023


On Concurrent Multi-Party Quantum Computation

Crypto 2023, Qcrypt 2023


Reusable Secure Computation in the Plain Model

Crypto 2023


SuperPack: Dishonest Majority MPC with Constant Online Communication

Eurocrypt 2023


Split-State Non-Malleable Codes for Quantum Messages

Qcrypt 2023


Computational Quantum Secret Sharing

TQC 2023 proceedings


Asymmetric Multi-Party Computation

ITC 2023


Asynchronous Multi-Party Quantum Computation

ITCS 2023



TurboPack: Honest Majority MPC with Constant Online Communication

ACM CCS 2022
























Conference version merged with this paper
































See a follow up by Chattopadhyay-Zuckerman and comments by Oded Goldreich















Appeared in SICOMP (vol. 50, Issue 5) 2021




Merged with this paper by S. Dov Gordon, Jonathan Katz, Feng-Hao Liu, Elaine Shi, and, Hong-Sheng Zhou





Invited to Journal of Cryptology











Appeared in SICOMP (Vol. 43, Issue 1) 2014

See media review: Gilles Brassard, "Quantum information: The conundrum of secure positioning", Nature, 479, pages 307-308, 2011

See article in MIT Technology Review and Other media coverage



Founding Cryptography on Tamper-Proof Hardware Tokens

TCC 2010
Invited to Journal of Cryptology


Appeared in SICOMP (vol. 43, Issue 4) 2014


Efficient Two Party and Multi Party Computation against Covert Adversaries (Proceedings Version)
Submission version with more proofs (but less polished with a lot more typos)





Winner of 2016 ACM CCS Test of Time Award


A new protocol to counter online dictionary attacks.

Computers & Security Journal


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