Kris Shrishak

Kris Shrishak


TU Darmstadt


I am a researcher at the Secure Information Technology (SIT) research group at TU Darmstadt. My research interests are in applied cryptography, privacy enhancing technologies (PETs) and Internet infrastructure security. My current focus is on cryptographic protocols and, in particular, practical aspects of secure multiparty computation. I am also interested in bridging tech-policy gap.


  • Privacy
  • Human Rights
  • Secure Multiparty Computation
  • Internet Infrastructure Security
  • Internet Governance
  • Fairness In Algorithmic Decision Making


  • PhD in Computer Science, 2016 - present

    TU Darmstadt, Germany

  • Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Electrical Engineering, 2016

    TU Delft, The Netherlands

  • Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) in Electronics and Communication Engineering, 2014

    Anna University, India

Recent Posts

Icemeltland park (2020)

Imagine you are on a holiday and you see a once in a life time event. Not only because you may not be able to see it again but also because what you see may not exist after the event.

Internet Governance Related Activities

Fellowships and tech-policy

Limiting the Power of RPKI Authorities

Distributing the power of RIRs using threshold signatures

Recent Publications

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Securing DNSSEC Keys via Threshold ECDSA From Generic MPC. ESORICS, 2020.

Video ePrint

Limiting the Power of RPKI Authorities. ANRW, 2020.

Slides Video

Optimal Transport Layer for Secure Computation. SECRYPT, 2020.


MPC for Securing Internet Infrastructure. DSN, 2020.


Quotable Signatures using Merkle Trees. GI-Jahrestagung, 2019.

Recent Talks

NextGen Presentations

Limiting the Power of RPKI Authorities

Optimal Transport Layer for Secure Computation

Presenting Youth Messages