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2011-08-05
20:50 [PhD][New] Rene Govaerts

  Rene Govaerts




20:50 [PhD][New] Joos Vandewalle

  Joos Vandewalle




20:50 [PhD][Update] Vincent Rijmen: Cryptanalysis and design of iterated block ciphers

 




13:52 [PhD][New] Roel Peeters: Study and Design of a Security Architecture for Things That Think

  Roel Peeters
Study and Design of a Security Architecture for Things That Think
cryptographic protocols


13:12 [PhD][New] Dave Singelee: Study and Design of a Security Architecture for Wireless Personal Area Networks

  Dave Singelee
Study and Design of a Security Architecture for Wireless Personal Area Networks
applications


12:54 [PhD][New] Sebastiaan Indesteege: Analysis and Design of Cryptographic Hash Functions

  Sebastiaan Indesteege
Analysis and Design of Cryptographic Hash Functions
secret-key cryptography


06:31 [PhD][Update] Debdeep Mukhopadhyay: Design and Analysis of Cellular Automata Based Cryptographic Algorithms

 






2011-08-04
05:05 [Event][New] FloCon 2012: FloCon 2012 the 8th Annual Conference for Network Flow Analysis

 



2011-08-03
16:17 [PhD][Update] Leonid Reyzin: Zero-Knowledge with Public Keys

 






2011-08-02
11:28 [Job][Update] Ph.D studentship, Newcastle University

  A Ph.D scholarship (ref: CS016) is available at the School of Computing Science, Newcastle University, to fund a PhD student to work on applied cryptography, particularly security protocols.

The candidate should have solid background in mathematics, computer science, electrical engineering or a related field, and a keen interest to apply theory to practice to make a practical impact. The stipend is 14,790 per year. However, the full amount is for EU students only; for non-EU students, please contact feng.hao (at) ncl.ac.uk for inquiries.

Application deadline: 14 August 2011 (until the position is filled).

11:27 [Job][New] Ph.D studentship, Newcastle University

  A Ph.D scholarship (ref: CS016) is available at the School of Computing Science, Newcastle University, to fund a PhD student to work on applied cryptography, particularly security protocols.

The candidate should have solid background in mathematics, computer science, electrical engineering or a related field, and a keen interest to apply theory to practice to make a practical impact.

The stipend is 14,790 per year. However, the full amount is for EU students only; for non-EU students, please contact feng.hao (at) ncl.ac.uk for inquiries.

Application deadline: 14 August 2011 (until the position is filled).

For interested candidates, please send your CV to Dr Feng Hao, feng.hao (at) ncl.ac.uk.

Also see: http://www.ncl.ac.uk/computing/study/postgrad/apply.htm