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Why Do Research?

Participating in undergraduate research will expand your academic experience at Boise State.  Research is a process of careful inquiry leading to the discovery of new information.  It will add to your preparation for your future career after graduation, whether it will be a graduate school, professional school or your first professional job. If you have an interest in doing research, contact me about it and visit this page often as it will be updated frequently.

Resent  Projects:

  •  Elliptic Pair of Primes (with Suzanne Craig)
  •  DES over finite groups (with Kameryn Williams, Alyssa Bowden and Andrew Kimball)
  •  Continued Fractions and Symmetric Key Cryptography (with Cahlen Humphreys)
  •  Design and Understand Codes and Computer Security (with Austun Hurd)
  •  Elliptic Reciprocity (with  Kevin Bombardier,  Matthew Cole, Thomas Morrell and Cory Scott)
  •  A generalized treatment of the Rijndael cipher (with  Kevin Bombardier,  Matthew Cole, Thomas Morrell and Cory Scott)
  • Generalization of the Whirlpool Hash Function (with David Albertson, Alexander Hegedus, Henry-Louis de Kergorlay, and Desislava Nikolov)
  • Translation Based Ciphers (with Joshua Keller, Jeffrey Schreiner-McGraw, Bridget Schreiner, and Kevin Stubbs)
  • Simplified Lane Hash Function (with Joshua Keller, Jeffrey Schreiner-McGraw, Bridget Schreiner, and Kevin Stubbs)
     

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