Liljana Babinkostova, PhD

Professor
Department of Mathematics
BOISE STATE UNIVERSITY

 

FALL 2017


MATH 307:  FOUNDATIONS OF CRYPTOLOGY 
Introduction to security (authentication, confidentiality, message integrity and non-repudiation) and the mathematical mechanisms to achieve them. Topics include concepts in cryptography and cryptanalysis, symmetric key systems, public key systems, key management, public-key infrastructure (PKI), digital signatures, authentication schemes and non-repudiation. PREREQ: MATH 187, or MATH 189.

Tuesday and Thursday, 10:30AM – 11:45AM, MB 136.
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MATH 408/508:  ADVANCED PUBLIC KEY CRYPTOLOGY
Galois Fields, Vector Spaces and Lattices. Group based and lattice based asymmetric cryptographic primitives. Security models for public key cryptosystems. Study of the security foundations of current public key cryptosystems. PREREQ: MATH 305 or MATH 307 or MATH 308.

Tuesday and Thursday, 1:30PM – 2:45PM, MB 136.
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