Code-based cryptography workshop

11-5-2011 - 12-5-2011

On May 11-12 a workshop on code-based cryptography will take place in Eindhoven. The workshop is organized by the Coding and Cryptology group at the Technische Universiteit Eindhoven in co-operation with ECRYPT II (European Network of Excellence in Cryptology II).

The goal of this two-day workshop is to introduce the field of coding in cryptography to everyone interested and to discuss recent developments. During the first day there will be talks on code-based cryptography. The research retreat on Day 2 aims at bringing everyone together who is interested in discussions on how to move forward in code-based cryptography.

Click here for the webpage of the workshop.

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