|Lectures||Tuesday 09:15-10:45||HG 0.18||Dr. P. Mehlitz|
|Friday 13:45 - 15:15||ZHG, HS C||Dr. P. Mehlitz|
|Exercise||Thursday 13:45 - 15:15||HG 0.19||M. Sc. A. Naif|
Please, register for this course via Moodle.
Due to the rapid dissemination of the Corona-virus,
it may happen that this course will be provided in a completely digital way.
We will inform you via Moodle.
1. electronically for the module
2. You have to register yourself in Moodle using your BTU account.
There is no password required, registration can be done immediately.
- first lecture: 7 April 2020. Here we shall also discuss potential changes of the lecturing hours.
- first exercise: 9 April 2020
- Final written exam: Friday, 24 July 2020
08:30 - 10:00 a.m.
ZHG, Audimax 2
Keep some writing paper ready, we will not provide any paper. You are allowed to bring with you two handwritten standard A4 pages of notes (either the front and the back of a single sheet of paper OR (exclusive OR) the fronts of two sheets of paper).
The use of electronic devices like calculators, smart watches, or smartphones is not allowed during the exam.
The use of other additional supplementary material like your lecture notes or text books is also illegal.
If necessary, we will equip you with a Vigenère table.
Please bring also an identification card and put it in front of your desk.
- Important information on prerequisites: The course at many places is relying on basic knowledge about discrete mathematics that you should have learned in your Bachelor's education. Typical examples are a basic familiarity with concepts such as groups, rings, and (finite) fields, vector spaces, basic number theoretic statements and algorithms such as prime number decomposition, the (extended) Euclidean algorithm, the Chinese Remainder Theorem etc. Though in the run of the course we briefly address those things again when they come up you are strongly recommended to study them early again in textbooks as soon as you have the feeling that your knowledge or remembrance is not sufficient. Most of the books in the reference list contain brief surveys on these topics.
- G. Baumslag, B. Fine, M. Kreuzer, G. Rosenberger: A course in mathematical cryptography, De Gruyter Graduate 2015
- J. Buchmann: Einführung in die Kryptographie (in German), Springer 2016
- V. Diekert, M. Kufleitner, G. Rosenberger: Diskrete Algebraische Methoden (in German), De Gryuter Studium 2013; the book in the meanwhile is also available in English
- J. Hoffstein, J. Pipher, J.S. Silverman: An Introduction to Mathematical Cryptography, 2nd edition, 2014 Springer
- O. Goldreich: Foundations of Cryptography - Volume I Basic Tools, Cambridge University Press 2001
- J. Rothe: Komplexitätstheorie und Kryptologie (in German), Springer 2008
- D.R. Stinson: Cryptography - Theory and Practice, CRC Press 1995
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