Past Meetup

Richard Littauer on The Moral Character of Cryptographic Work

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PWL Boston / Cambridge is back!

Ripped from the headlines, but not Law and Order, Richard Littauer will be presenting on "The Moral Character of Cryptographic Work" ( Phillip Rogaway of UC Davis.


"Richard Littauer is a computer scientist and developer who lives in Cambridge. He works for IPFS ( ), building a distributed, permanent internet, and reads papers and books in his constantly dwindling spare time. He's most well known for writing the dictionary for the Na'vi language, and for getting paid to review websites while drunk at ."


PWL Boston / Cambridge is hosted at the Battery Ventures office in the Seaport:

One Marina Park Drive, FL 11

Boston, MA 02210

Upon arriving at One Marina Park Drive, you will need your IDs to check in with security in the lobby. You will then be directed to the 11th floor.

Parking is available in the garage at One Marina Park Drive for a cost of $15, if you enter after 5:00 p.m. There are also 2 open lots at 50 & 85 Northern Ave, as well as metered street parking. The building is walkable from the Courthouse stop on the Silver Line and South Station.

[masked] – Mingle / Eat

6.30 - 7.30 - Talk by Richard Littauer on "The Moral Character of Cryptographic Work" by Phillip Rogaway

7.30- 8.00 - Q&A

8.00 - Adjourn