CS 7000 - Cryptography Seminar - Fall 2003
Course Information Sheet
Aug 25, 2003
You are responsible for everything on this handout. Please read it.
What's This Course About??
This is a seminar course. We are going to explore various areas of
cryptography by reading papers and presenting them in class. Ideally
you will have had some exposure to the topic already; prime candidates
are those students who took CSCI 7000 from me last semester or those who
have had CSCI 6268 from me or Antonio Carzaniga.
The class will be small, informal, and hopefully stimulating.
There will be a few times when class will have to be rescheduled because
I'm going to be traveling during the semester. Please keep this in mind
and try to be flexible.
Mondays and Wednesdays from 3-4:15pm in ECCR 116
Everyone is expected to get an A. Attendance is required, though you can
miss up to two classes without an excuse with no penalty. You will be
required to read and present papers and to participate in group discussions.
No Textbook. We will use several on-line resources as we progress through
the class. But mostly we'll be using papers from journals and conferences
Course Web page
We will maintain useful information on the course
Visit the above page regularly to see what's new.
If you miss a handout, get it from here.