The Algebraic Cryptography Center (ACC) has been formed to investigate new techniques from
computational algebra and their applications to practical problems in
cryptography and cryptanalysis.
Our main research themes are
- Cryptanalysis of public key cryptosystems based on algebraic problems.
- Theoretical development of generic complexity.
- Application of generic complexity to the problem of testing the
security of cryptosystems.
The Center sponsors a number of seminars, lectures, and visitors. It is currently located in Room 380 in the Kidde Building.
NEW COURSES AND SEMINARS AT THE ACC (SPRING 2013)