Seminars
2001 Seminars
January
 Hyper Bent Functions
Amr Youssef, University of Waterloo
Jan 22 (Monday), 3:30 pm, MC 5136
 PseudoTelepathy and Coloring Graphs
Viktor Galliard, University of Waterloo
Jan 29 (Monday), 3:30 pm, MC 5136
February
 Quantum Computers: Can Shroedinger's Cat Help Us?
Prof. Chris Monroe, University of Michigan
Feb 1 (Thursday), 4:00 pm, PHY 145
 Quantum Networks for Concentrating Entanglement
Phillip Kaye, University of Waterloo
Feb 5 (Monday), 3:30 pm, MC 5136
 Information Leakage of Feistel Ciphers
Prof. Howard Heys, Memorial University
Feb 12 (Monday), 3:30 pm, MC 5136
 Some thoughts on the theory of cryptographic hash functions
Prof. Doug Stinson, University of Waterloo
Feb 19 (Monday), 3:30 pm, MC 5136
 Reasoning about PublicKey Certification
Reto Kohlas, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
Feb 26 (Monday), 3:30 pm, MC 5136
March
 A Cryptographic Topic in Japan: CRYPTREC Project
Tetsuya Izu, University of Waterloo
Mar 5 (Monday), 3:30 pm, MC 5136
 Cryptographic Properties of functions on Alternating Groups
Prof. John Lawrence, University of Waterloo
Mar 6 (Tuesday), 1:30 pm, MC 5045
 Explicit arithmetic of Brauer groups
Kim Nguyen, Universitaet Essen
Mar 8 (Thursday), 3:30 pm, MC 5136
 Decision DiffieHellman and DiffieHellman problem on elliptic curves
Kim Nguyen, Universitaet Essen
Mar 12 (Monday), 3:30 pm, MC 5136
April
 Thirdorder characteristic Sequences and PublicKey Cryptogsystem
Guang Gong, University of Waterloo
April 2 (Monday), 3:30 pm, MC 5136
 Randomness of Several Elliptic Curve Sequences
Charles Lam, University of Waterloo
April 16 (Monday), 3:30 pm, MC 5136
 FlexiProvider  A Crypto Provider for the Java Cryptography
Architecture
Birgit Henhapl, Technische Universitaet Darmstadt
April 30 (Monday), 3:30 pm, MC 5136
May
 Quantum Lower Bounds
Ronald de Wolf, CWI and University of Amsterdam
May 8 (Tuesday), 3:30 pm, MC 5136
 Factoring $N=pq^2$ with the Elliptic Curve Method
Edlyn Teske, University of Waterloo
May 28 (Monday), 3:30 pm, MC 5136
June
 Generalized Zigzag Functions and Oblivious Transfer Reductions
Paolo D'Arco, University of Waterloo
June 4 (Monday), 3:30 pm, MC 5136
 Practical HighSpeed Quantum Cryptography
Gerald Gilbert, The MITRE Corporation
June 25 (Monday), 3:30 pm, MC 5136
September
 A Curmudgeon's View of "Provable Security"
Neal Koblitz, University of Washington
September 10 (Monday), 3:30 pm, MC 5136
 Weil Descent: An update
Nigel Smart, University of Bristol
September 13 (Thursday), 3:30 pm, MC 5136
 Chebyshev Optimal Normal Bases
Aleksandar Jurisic;, Nova Gorica Polytechnic and IMFM
September 14 (Friday), 3:30 pm, MC 5158
October
 Asymptotically Fast Regulator Computation in Real Quadratic Fields
Ulrich Vollmer, Technische Universität Darmstadt
October 1 (Monday), 3:30 pm, MC 5136
 Quantum Information Processing and Linear Optics
Raymond Laflamme, Dept. of Physics, University of Waterloo
November
 Quantum Public Key Cryptography and Quantum Computation Cryptography
Tatsuaki Okamoto, NTT Labs, Japan
November 1 (Thursday), 2:00 pm, MC 5158
 Introduction to Quantum Computation
Michele Mosca, Dept. of C&O, University of Waterloo
November 12 (Monday), 3:30 pm, MC 5136
 Generating Large Instances of the GongHarn Cryptosystem
Kenneth Giuliani, Dept. of C&O, University of Waterloo
November 19 (Monday), 3:30 pm, MC 5136
 Title to be announced
Camille Negrevegne, Los Alamos National Laboratories
November 26 (Monday), 2:30 pm, MC 5158
 Chastizing the Demons
José M. Fernandez, Lab. d'Informatique Théorique,
Université de Montréal
November 26 (Monday), 3:30 pm, MC 5136
December
 Parallel Elliptic Curve Multiplication and its Resistance against Side
Channel Attacks
Tetsuya Izu, Dept. of C&O, University of Waterloo
December 3 (Monday), 3:30 pm, MC 5136
