Our recent publication in Nature Communications of the demonstration of a zero-knowledge object-comparison system for nuclear warhead verification triggered quite some interests in the media and the arms-control community. I had the chance to explain our results a little more in-depth in an online webinar, a radio-show and a visit of the NNSA administrator Frank Klotz at the Plasma Physics Laboratory. Also in case you missed it, here is a link to Alex Wellerstein's piece on our research in the New Yorker (even the NNSA director has read it!).
On Oct 13, I had the pleasure to give a presentation for the Union of Concerned Scientists's Security and Arms Control webinar series. The webinar is now posted on Youtube.
On Oct 28, I gave a live demo of our zero-knowledge verification system at the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory to NNSA administrator Lt. Gen. Frank Klotz (Ret.). The NNSA posted some nice pictures of the visit and of our set-up online.
On Nov 1, I gave a long interview in Stevie Bergman's radio show "These Vibes Are Too Cosmic" on WPRB Princeton 103.3, now available online. Stevie's show is live every Tuesday evening from 5 to 8 PM EST. The show is a fantastic mix of science and music with in-depth interviews of researchers. Make sure to tune in!
[UPDATE] On Dec 1, Mark Buchanan published a nice piece, "Zero-sum game," on our zero-knowledge warhead verification project in Nature Physics.