International Association for Cryptologic Research

Ph.D. Database

The aim of the IACR Ph.D. database is twofold. On the first hand, we want to offer an overview of Ph.D. already completed in the domain of cryptology. Where possible, this should also include a subject classification, an abstract, and access to the full text. On the second hand, it deals with Ph.D. subjects currently under investigation. This way, we provide a timely map of contemporary research in cryptology. All entries or changes need to be approved by an editor. You can contact them via phds (at) iacr.org.

Update an existing Entry

Enter your new supervisor into the database.
Name*
e.g. John Smith, Martha Jones
Format: Given Name(s) Family Name
Personal Homepage
Must start with http:// or https://
Institution
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Leuven,Belgium) Select

or enter a new institution

Title Ph.D. Thesis*
e.g. Exploration of binomial factorization in symmetric cryptanalysis, Provable ciphers on rice grains.
Category / Keywords
Have a look at the list of suggested keywords from the Cryptology ePrint Archive, Report.
Ph.D. supervisor
Bart Preneel (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven) Delete Bart Preneel
Frederik Vercauteren (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven) Delete Frederik Vercauteren

or enter a new Supervisor

Format: Given Name Family Name or Given Name1 Family Name1, Given Name2 Family Name2, ...
e.g. Carl Friedrich Gauß, Pierre-Simon Laplace
Separate several supervisors by comma (,)
(type part of name to search supervisors already in data base).
Abstract
(max. 10,000 characters)
<p><br><b><li><ol><ul><i> can be used to structure the abstract.
When starting your Ph.D., just add a few sentences outlining the overall idea of your Ph.D. You can change the text any time you want and upload the final abstract after completion of your Ph.D.
Link to full text
Must start with http:// or https://
Can be added later.
Upload your Ph.D. thesis as fulltext
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Year of completion
if applicable, can be added later
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