13 zoekresultaten voor “cryptography” in de Publieke website
Unconditionally secure cryptographic protocols from coding-theoretic primitives
This dissertation presents new cryptographic protocols, which can be divided into two families.
Book publication Ronald Cramer: a world premiere
Ronald Cramer, in cooperation with Ivan Damgard and Jesper Nielsen (Aarhus University) have recently published the first book ever written on “quantum-secure multi-party computation”. The authors have spent six years to finish this comprising book.
Ronald Cramer appointed ‘Fellow of IACR’
Prof. dr. Cramer (Leiden University / Centre for Mathematics & Computer Science) is appointed as ‘Fellow of IACR’. This was announced by the International Association for Cryptologic Research on 8 April 2013.
Visualizing Cryptographic Networks of Spies, Diplomats and Scientists, 1603-1701
"Visualizing Cryptographic Networks" will enhance the completion of a monograph with the design of an open access web-laboratory.
Prof. dr. Ronald Cramer appointed member of the Royal Dutch Academy of Sciences (KNAW)
Ronald Cramer, Professor at the Mathematical Institute of Leiden University and researcher and head of the research group Cryptology at ‘Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI), the national research center for mathematics and computers science in the Netherlands, is appointed as a member of the Royal
Secure Multiparty Computation and Secret Sharing
The first book ever on information-theoretically secure multiparty computation
How suspicious parties can work together safely
Cryptographer Max Fillinger developed new methods to analyse a group of algorithms called commitments schemes. These schemes are building blocks for cryptographic protocols, which enable multiple parties that do not trust each other to work together safely. His PhD Defence is on 19 March.
Algebra, Geometry and Number Theory
The research of the Algebra, Geometry and Number Theory programme ranges from fundamental mathematical theory to algorithms and applications.
Invisible but ever-present: female spies in the 17th century
For a long time it was thought that there were few or no female spies in history. However, nothing could be further from the truth. In her book Invisible Agents, Nadine Akkerman reconstructs the stories of the many British women spies in the 17th century.
Serge Fehr appointed as Professor Quantum information theory
As of 1 June, Serge Fehr has been appointed as Professor Quantum information theory at the Leiden Mathematical Institute (MI). Fehr is employed by Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI) and as of his appointment works one day a week at the MI. Fehr’s research is focused on quantum cryptology and will
Attacks on hash functions and applications
Promotores: R. Cramer, A.K. Lenstra, Co-Promotor: B.M.M. de Weger
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Cryptanalysis research of prof. Ronald Cramer in WIRED
The American magazine WIRED recently published an article on ‘quantum-safe public key encryption’.