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Cryptography and Complexity Reading Seminar

Organizers: Alex Myasnikov and Sasha Ushakov

Thursdays 3:00pm.
Room: K371

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Presentations

Next talk:
March 25, 3:00pm. Jintai Ding. "Solving multivariate polynomial equations over finite fields."
Room: K371
Abstract:
Solving multivariate polynomials over finite fields becomes increasingly important in many areas including cryptography. In this talk, we will present some of the new progresses in the area of polynomial solving in the last few years and some of the critical challenges in terms of its applications in cryptography.

Previous talks:

  • Jan 28. A. Ushakov." "New key exchange system based on Braid groups"
  • Feb 4.. A. Myasnikov. "Universal One-Way functions."

Previous seminars
Spring 2009.
Fall 2007.
Spring 2007.
Fall 2006.
Spring 2006.