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Mathematical Cryptography

Cryptography is a fast developing mathematical field due to its widespread use in information security. Research in this field revolves around  mathematical ideas and  topics such as number theory, geometric algebra, chaos theory and other related fields. Amongst the main research areas are development of efficient cryptographic algorithms, primarily testing, factorisation of large integers, lattice-based cryptography, filtering methods, elliptic curve cryptography, and discrete log problems . Eventual aims are the development, improvement and implementation of cryptographic protocols that can become standards for communications security.

List of Supervisors

1.

Prof. Dr. Muhammad Rezal Kamel Ariffin

Tel: +603.9769.6872
Email: rezal@upm.edu.my

Pautan:
Scopus | Google Scholar | ResearchGate

     
2.  ENTITI KAMI | PUSAT ASASI SAINS PERTANIAN Dr. Muhammad Asyraf Asbullah

Tel: +603.9769.6998
Email: ma_asyraf@upm.edu.my

Pautan:
Scopus Google Scholar ResearchGate
     
3. Dr. Sharifah Md Yasin

Tel: +603.9769.1757
Email: ifah@upm.edu.my

Link:
Scopus Google Scholar ResearchGate

     

Updated:: 05/07/2021 [noorizzati]

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