Royal Holloway University of London.
Friday April 4, 2003.
Public key cryptography continues to be a fertile research area on the boundary of mathematics and computer science. In particular, there is a wide range of topics in computational number theory which are directly relevant for public key cryptography. The purpose of this LMS/EPSRC-funded one-day workshop was to increase the breadth of UK research in these areas.
The workshop featured four one-hour research seminars by leading international experts in various areas of computational number theory/cryptography.
The workshop was sponsored by the London Mathematical Society and EPSRC as part of the MathFIT initiative.
Slides are available by clicking on the link.
|18:00 onwards||Arrival and dinner|
|12:30--14:00||Lunch in Athlone dining hall|
|15:00--16:00||Tea/Coffee and discussions|
|17:30 onwards||Social evening at the Barley Mow|
|11:00 onwards||SECANTS 20|