DIAMANT and Security

19 June 2006

Venue: Lorentz Center@Oort

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Description: Three well-known security specialists lecture on an important branch of DIAMANT-mathematics: cryptology. The talks are open and accessible to everyone with a background in mathematics and/or cryptology. In particular, we invite both academic scientists, and those facing cryptological problems in government or industry, to attend.

Background: The three Dutch Mathematics Clusters (DIAMANT, NDNS+, and GQT) organise a series of lectures "Mathematics Clusters and Society". These lectures bring together academic mathematicians and those applying mathematics to socially relevant problems. "DIAMANT and Security" is the first event in this series. For more information on DIAMANT, see: www.win.tue.nl/diamant/


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