Research Seminar in Cryptography
Seminar coordinator: Vitaly Skachek
First meeting: February 18th, Mon., 16:15 - 18:00, J. Liivi 2-611 (note that there is no meeting on February 11th!)
Office hours: Wed. 9:15-11:15, J. Liivi 2-216, or by appointment
Contact: Vitaly Skachek
The main aim of the course is to introduce a variety of research topics from the fields of Computer security and Cryptology. Participation in the seminar is especially recommended to Bachelor or Master's students who consider specializing in these areas.
A student will be required to write and present a research report on one of the proposed topics. This work is evaluated by PASS or FAIL grade and gives 3 EAP.
There is an option for extended form of participation in the seminar. This option leads to additional 3 EAP and a grade. Typically the student will provide a novel solution or implementation. This is done by taking the individual course (MTAT.07.020 Special Assignment in Cryptography), and it requires agreement of a supervisor and the seminar organizer.
March 1: Deadline for selection of topic and supervisor
April 1: First draft
April 20: Second draft
May 3: Peer reviews
May 20: Final report
Last week of May: Final presentations