The Cryptography group is connecting the strong mathematical expertise in Oxford to real-life security challenges. Members of the group are designing advanced cryptography protocols, and evaluating the security of classical and post-quantum cryptography problems against new classical and quantum algorithms.
Our research interests include
- cryptography protocols and security proofs
- cryptographic hash functions
- analytic, algebraic and computational number theory
- computer algebra
- elliptic curve discrete logarithm problem
- multivariate cryptography
- lattice-based cryptography
- code-based cryptography
- isogeny problems
- computational group theory
- side-channel attacks
- quantum algorithms
We collaborate with world-leading researchers in top academic and industrial research centers in the world.
Selected publications of our group members are listed here; please refer to our personal webpages for full lists.