Oxford Cryptography Day

A Cryptography Day was organized in March 2016 with the aim of gathering all researchers in Oxford with Cryptography-relevant expertise, in particular with respect to post-quantum cryptography.

  • Invited Speakers: 
    • Steve Brierley (Cambridge)
    • Simon Benjamin (Oxford)
    • Niel de Beaudrap (Oxford)
    • Cas Cremers (Oxford)
    • Elham Kashefi (Edinburgh)
    • Jamie Vicary (Oxford) 
       
  • Schedule of the day:
    1. ​9:00 -9:30 Arrival-Coffee
    2. 9:30 -10:15 Introduction and Short Talks by Roger Heath-Brown, Ali El Kaafarani anChristophe Petit
    3. 10:15 -11:00 A landscape sketch of quantum complexity, by Niel de Beautrap 
    4. 11:00-11:30 Coffee Break
    5. 11:30-12:15 Unspeakable cryptography, by Jamie Vicary
    6. 12:15 -1:00 Progress in quantum hardware: matter-optical networks for computing and comms, by Simon Benjamin
    7. 13:00 -13:45 Lunch
    8. 13:45 -14:30 From mathematical models to internet security, Cas Cremers
    9. 14:30-15:15 Moore’s law in quantum computers, by Steve Brierley
    10. 15:15 -16:00 Verification of Quantum Computing, by Elham Kashefi
    11. 16:00 -16:30 Tea & Informal Discussion