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Summer Course in Coding Theory & Cryptography

Modern cryptology is currently at the confluence of two major streams in science, mathematics, and computing. The first stream is the projected arrival of quantum computing technologies at a scale which is large enough to render the current cryptographic standards insecure. Massive engineering challenges remain to be solved before we reach such an era. The community, however, has been embarking in the tasks of designing and rigorously testing quantum-secure cryptographic protocols. Most candidates rely on intractable problems in coding theory, lattices, hash functions, or multilinear maps. A close scrutiny on their respective theory and deployments, both in softwares and hardwares, provides diverse topics of possible research directions to pursue. Many of them will be long-term enough for PhD research work and for an institute-wide effort as well as regional or international collaboration. read more

Summer Course in Coding Theory & Cryptography

Opening Ceremony


Day 9 - July 26, 2019

Dr. Buket Ozkaya - Linear Complementary Dual Codes

Dr. Buket Ozkaya - Applications of LCD Codes

Day 9 - July 25, 2019

Dr. Jakub Breier - Automated Fault Analysis of Block Cipher Impementations

Dr. Frederic Ezerman - Code-base PKC

Day 8 - July 24, 2019

Dr. Chang Zuling - Cryptographic Sequences

Dr. Somphong Jitman - Coding Applications of Good Integers

Dr. Benjamin Tan - Fully Hormomorphic Encryption

Day 7, July 23, 2019

Dr. Khoa Nguyen - Lattice-based PKC Part 2

Dr. Ivan Tjuawinata - Differential Cryptanalysis

Day 6 - July 22, 2019

Dr. Romar de la Cruz

Dr. Guo Jian - Hash Function

Day 5 - July 19, 2019

Dr. Lin Fuchun

Risman Adnan

Day 4 - July 18, 2019

Dr. Pekik Nurwantoro - Quantum Computing

Dr. Santi Indarjani - Randomness in Cryptography

Day 3 - July 17, 2019

Dr. Lin Sok - Orthogonal Matrices and Applications

Dr. Lin Sok

Day 2 - July 16, 2019

Dr. Ridi Ferdiana - Cryptography in Cloud

Dr. Intan Muchtadi-Alamsyah

Day 1 - July 15, 2019

Dr. Sutjiana - Coding Theory

Dr. Diah Junia Eksi Palupi - Cryptography Teory

Dr. Mardhani Riasetiawan - Cryptography in Computation (Big Data)


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Mathematics and Natural Sciences faculty library, Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM), was established in 1950 in Mangkubumen Yogyakarta as Physics library. In 1960 the library moved to Sekip Unit III and was renamed as Natural Science faculty library. Starting from December 28, 1982 the library has become Mathematics and Natural Sciences faculty library. read more