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Perturbation of Multivariable Public-key Cryptosystems

Jintai Ding - University of Cincinnati

Feb 23, 2005

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Public key cryptography is an indispensable part of most modern communication
systems. However, quantum computers can break cryptosystems
like RSA, which are based on

About the Speaker

Jintai Ding is currently an associate professor in Department of
Mathematical Sciences at the University of Cincinnati. He received his Ph.D.
in Mathematics from Yale in 1995. He received the Zhong Jia Qing prize from
the Chinese Mathematical Society in 1990 and the Sloan Dissertation
Fellowship in 1994-1995. Before he moved to Cincinnati in 1998, he worked
as a lecturer at the Research Institute of Mathematical Sciences of Kyoto
University in Japan for three years. His early works are in quantum groups
and in the last few years, his main interest is in the area of the
multivariable public key cryptosystems.

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