Santander Cryptography Day
Thursday, November 29, 2018. University of Cantabria, Spain
AboutSantander Cryptography Day is a one-day meeting for those interested in cryptography. It provides opportunities to learn and to share new results and current work in progress. The schedule includes invited speakers and short presentations. Plenty of time is allowed for unstructured interaction among the participants.
The conference will take place on the campus of University of
Cantabria. The lectures will be held in S5-23 at the at School
of Industrial Engineering and Telecommunications
Program and Schedule
|10:00am||Vladimir Rozic, True random
number generators for FPGAs
|11:00am||Ana I. Gomez-Perez, Entropy assesments of a self timed ring based true random number generator|
|11:45am||Coffee break and short talks|
|12:30am||Anatolli Leukhin, Unimodular sequences with low level of sidelobes aperiodic function|
|15:30pm||Lubjana Beshaj, Isogenous components of Jacobian Surfaces|
|16:15pm||Amalia Orúe, Some visual tools from chaos theory to analyze randomness at a glance|
|17:00pm||Coffee break and short talks
|18:00pm||Verónica Requena, On pseudorandom sequences from cellular automata and bent functions|
SCD 2018 is free to
attend, but we request that you please send an email message to the
organizers as soon as possible so that we can arrange facilities.
invited for short talks.
- Lubjana Beshaj (Department of Mathematical Sciences US Military Academy at West Point, NY).
- Anatolli Leukhin (Mari State University, Yoshkar-Ola).
- Amalia Orúe (CSIC, Madrid)
Requena (Universidad de Alicante, Alicante)
- Vladimir Rozic (COSIC KU Leuven).
OrganizationResearch Group Algorithmic Mathemtics and Cryptography
For more information, contact Jaime Gutierrez