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Lab: Cryptology and Computer Security Laboratory

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I am interested in cryptography, algorithms and complexity theory. Of these, cryptography has caught my imagination the most.  
Sep. 1996 - Jul. 2000, Department of Computer Science and Technology, Central South University,  Bachelor degree
Sep. 2000 - Apr. 2003, Department of Computer Science and Technology, Central South University, Master degree 
Apr. 2004 - Sep. 2009, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Ph.D. degree
Conference papers:
1. Ning Ding, Dawu Gu. A note on (im)possibilities of obfuscating programs of zero-knowledge proofs of knowledge. Proc. CANS 2011, LNCS 7092, pages 292-311, Springer, 2011.
2. Ning Ding, Dawu Gu. Precise time and space simulatable zero-knowledge. Proc. ProvSec 2011, LNCS 6980, pages 16–33, Springer, 2011.
3. Ning Ding, Dawu Gu. A note on obfuscation for cryptographic functionalities of secret operation then public encryption. Proc. TAMC 2011, LNCS 6648, pages 377-389, Springer, 2011.
4. Ning Ding, Dawu Gu. A general and efficient obfuscation for programs with tamper-proof hardware. Proc. ISPEC 2011, LNCS 6672, pages 401-416, Springer, 2011.
5. Ning Ding, Dawu Gu. On obfuscating programs with tamper-proof hardware. Proc. INSCRYPT 2010, LNCS 6584, pages 487-502, Springer, 2010.
6. Ning Ding, Dawu Gu, Zhiqiang Liu. Disguiseable symmetric encryption schemes for an anti-forensics purpose. Proc. E-FORENSICS 2010, LNICST, Springer, 2010.
7. Zongyang Zhang, Zhenfu Cao, Ning Ding, Rong Ma. Non-malleable statistically hiding commitment from any one-way function. Proc. ASIACRYPT 2009, LNCS 5912, pages 303-318, Springer, 2009.
8. Ning Ding, Dawu Gu. A discrete-logarithm based non-interactive non-malleable commitment scheme with an online knowledge extractor. Proc. INSCRYPT 2007, LNCS 4990, pages 153-166, Springer, 2007.
9. Ning Ding, Dawu Gu. On the undecidability of quasi-private-key-encryption statistical indistinguishability. Proc.ISDPE 2007, pages 254-259, IEEE, 2007.
10. Ning Ding, Dawu Gu. Constant-round restricted-verifier zero-knowledge with polynomial precision. Proc. ISDPE 2007, pages 439-444, IEEE, 2007.
11. Ning Ding, Dawu Gu. Restricted-verifier precise bounded-concurrent zero-knowledge. Proc. CIS 2007 Workshops, pages 819-822, IEEE, 2007.


journal papers:

1. Ning Ding, Dawu Gu. Precise bounded-concurrent zero-knowledge proofs for NP. SCIENCE CHINA Information Sciences, Vol. 53 No. 9: 1738-1752, 2010.
2. Ning Ding, Dawu Gu, Bart Preneel. Precise bounded-concurrent zero-knowledge in almost  constant rounds. Journal of Internet Technology, Vol. 12, No. 4: 609-618, 2011.
3. Ning Ding, Dawu Gu, Zhiqiang Liu. Disguiseable symmetric encryption schemes for an anti-forensics purpose. China Communications, Vol. 7, No. 6, pages 56-63, 2010, the special issue for selected papers of E-FORENSICS 2010.
4. Ning Ding, Dawu Gu. On  sequential composition of precise zero-knowledge. Journal of Shanghai Jiaotong University (Science), Vol 15, No 1: 43-48, 2010.
5. Ning  Ding,  Dawu  Gu.  Precise  zero-knowledge  arguments  with poly-logarithmic efficiency. Journal of Shanghai Jiaotong University (Science), Vol 14, No 5: 584-589, 2009.
6. Zhiqiang Liu, Dawu Gu, Ning Ding and Wei Li. Non-linear approximations in differential-multiple linear cryptanalysis. Information--An International Interdisciplinary Journal, to appear.
7. Zhiqiang Liu, Dawu Gu, Ning Ding and Wei Li. Differential-multidimensional linear cryptanalysis. Information--An International Interdisciplinary Journal, to appear.

1. National Natural Science Foundation of China (Young Scholars) 2012-2014 
2. China Postdoctoral Science Foundation funded project 2010-2011.
3. Shanghai Postdoctoral Scientific Program 2010-2011. 

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