Rujia Li

Rujia Li (李佳轩) is a CS PhD candidate at University of Birmingham and Southern University of Science and Technology (Joint PhD Program). He is advised by Dr.David Galindo , Dr.Qi Wang and Prof. Mark Ryan . He is a member of the Birmingham Centre for Cyber Security and Privacy.

Research Interests:

  • Blockchain security analysis.
  • Privacy-preserving smart contracts*
  • Cryptographic protocols based on blockchain.

Latest News:

[2021-02] "An Offline Delegatable Cryptocurrency System" is accepted by IEEE ICBC'21.
[2021-02] "Poster: A Weak Consensus Algorithm and Its Application to High-Performance Blockchain" is accepted by NDSS'21.
[2021-02] "Poster: An Offline Delegatable Cryptocurrency System" is accepted by NDSS'21.
[2020-12] "A Weak Consensus Algorithm and Its Application to High-Performance Blockchain" is accepted by INFOCOM'21.
[2020-08] "An Accountable Decryption System Based on Privacy-Preserving Smart Contracts" is accepted by ISC'20.
[2020-04] "Poster: Transparent Certificate Revocation for CBE Based on Blockchain" is accepted by SP'20.
[2019-08] "Auditable Credential Anonymity Revocation Based on Privacy-Preserving Smart Contracts" is accepted by ESORICS'19,CBT .

Last updated 20/05/2021, Rujia