Seminar Cryptology and Privacy - Mathematical Foundations of Cryptography (WS 2022/23)
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Mathematical Foundations of Cryptography
- Your course contribution consists of a seminar paper and a presentation.
- Topics for seminar papers are proposed until 13th of October, self-chosen topics
are possible as well.
- Coordinate your topic with us before you start working on it.
- Basics of Algebra: Groups, Rings, Fields and Finite Fields
- Applications to Cryptography: (Cryptanalysis of) Boolean Functions, Gröbner Bases, Equation solving
- Lattices: Learning with Errors and Rounding, Constructions and Operations
- Statistics and Probability Theory: Probabilistic inequalities, statistical inference, differential privacy
- You write a seminar paper about a well-defined topic that is coordinated with us.
- Submission deadline is January 12th.
- You present your seminar topic in a seminar talk that lasts 20 minutes.
- The dates for presentations are December 15th, and January 12th, 19th.
- Send us a draft 1 week before you deliver your presentation.
- Send us your final presentation slides 1 day before your talk.