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RTCCS 2020 : Recent trends in cryptology and cyber security

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Link: http://cryptokyiv.unican.es
 
When May 11, 2020 - May 22, 2020
Where Kyiv
Submission Deadline Feb 22, 2020
Notification Due Feb 28, 2020
Categories    cryptology   mathematics
 

Call For Papers

The workshop “Recent trends in cryptology and cyber security” will be held in Kyiv (Ukraine) May 11-22, 2020. It aims to bring together interested graduate students and researchers/scientists working on cryptology and related mathematics.

It is divided into two blocks of lectures: Curves, Jacobians and Cryptography and Advances in Cryptology. In addition, a tutorial on Sage Software Cryptology.

The summer school will provide attendees with current views on cryptology with a focus on challenges related to algebraic curves and their jacobians and on designing cryptographic primitives and attacking cryptosytems.

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