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    21 Июня 2013
    A cryptography conference held in France is organised with the help of IKBFU

    The AGCT-14 international conference dedicated to the problems of arithmetical and algebraic theory of numbers, coding theory, and cryptography was held on Jun 3-7. One of the co-organisers of the conference was our colleague – the head of the Laboratory for Mathematical Methods of Information Security and Processing, Alexei Zaitsev. Other organisers include the leading European mathematicians – Marc Perret (Toulouse Mathematics Institute) and Stéphane Ballet (Marseille Mathematics Institute).

    The AGCT-14 international conference dedicated to the problems of arithmetical and algebraic theory of numbers, coding theory, and cryptography was held on Jun 3-7. One of the co-organisers of the conference was our colleague – the head of the Laboratory for Mathematical Methods of Information Security and Processing, Alexei Zaitsev. Other organisers include the leading European mathematicians – Marc Perret (Toulouse Mathematics Institute) and Stéphane Ballet (Marseille Mathematics Institute).

    Alexei Zaitsev: “It is one of the most significant European conferences in the field of applying the arithmetic of algebraic geometry in cryptography and coding theory. It brought together experts from around the world, including Marc Hindry of the University of Paris, France; Peter Beelen of the Technical University of Denmark, the Institute of Applied Mathematics, Denmark; Grigory Kabatyansky of the Institute for Information Transmission Problems of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia; David Kohen of the Marseille Mathematics Institute, France; Kristin Lauter from Microsoft, the USA; Enric Nart of the University of Barcelona, Spain; Christophe Ritzenthaler of the Marseille Mathematics Institute, France; Alexander Schmidt of the Heidelberg University, Germany; Patrick Sole of the Paris Institute of Science and Technology, France; Henning Stichtenoth of the Sabanci University, Istanbul, Turkey; Mikhail Tsfasman of the Poncelet Laboratory, Moscow, Russia.”

    Yekaterina Alekseenko – a research fellow of Laboratory for Mathematical methods of Information Security and Processing – also made a presentation entitled “New method of constructing optimal curves of genus 3 over certain finite fields” at AGCT-14. The conference presentations will be published in the proceedings indexed by the WebOfScience and Scopus databases.