Phillip Rogaway

Phillip Rogaway

Phillip Rogaway is a professor in the Department of Computer Science at the University of California, Davis, USA. He has also been a frequent visitor to Chiang Mai University, and to other universities in Thailand. His research is in cryptography. He did his Ph.D. at MIT’s Theory of Computation group (1991), worked at IBM for some time, then came to UCD (1994). His research has focused on obtaining provably-good solutions to protocol problems of genuine utility. He is also interested in social and ethical issues connected to technology.

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Introduction to Modern Cryptography

Post date: 23 Sep 2006
This document focuses on modern cryptography as a science. Includes topics on block ciphers, pseudorandom, symmetric and asymmetric encryption, hash, authentication and digital signatures.
Publication date: 01 Sep 2005
Document Type: Lecture Notes
 
Introduction to Modern Cryptography

Introduction to Modern Cryptography

Post date: 23 Sep 2006
This document focuses on modern cryptography as a science. Includes topics on block ciphers, pseudorandom, symmetric and asymmetric encryption, hash, authentication and digital signatures.
Publication date: 01 Sep 2005
Document Type: Lecture Notes


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