CIS Department Talk - Monday, February 27
Department of Computer & Information Science & nterdisciplinary Faculty Seminar Present:
|Speaker:  ||Dah-Yoh Lim|
|Topic:||"Introduction to Modern Cryptography - Beyond the Making and Breaking of Codes"|
|Date:||Monday, February 27, 2006 at 4:00pm|
|Place:||Lincoln Center Campus|
A concise and formal overview of cryptography and cryptanalysis will be given. Very brief history of the field will be provided, but the talk will focus on modern cryptography. No prior knowledge of cryptology will be required.
Dah-Yoh Lim is a Ph.D. candidate at M.I.T. Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS). He is interested in all aspects of cryptology and security, as well as theoretical computer science in general and its applications to interdisciplinary research. He has degrees in Finance and Computer Science from National Taiwan University (2001) and a Master of Science from M.I.T. EECS (2004).
*This talk is in conjunction with the Interdisciplinary Faculty Seminar sponsored by the
Deanís Office of Fordham College at Rose Hill.
*For more information or directions, contact Ms. Diane Roche (718) 817-4480 or