## Past Events › RTG - Coding, Cryptography and Number Theory (CCNT) Seminar

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## Introductory lecture

The introductory lecture is aimed at sharing background material so that students are better prepared to understand the main seminar. The introductory lecture is open only to students.

Find out more »## Catherine Hsu – University of Oregon

Higher Eisenstein Congruences In this talk, we examine the relationship between the ``depth" of certain Eisenstein congruences and the local structure of the Eisenstein ideal. Specifically, let $latex p\geq 3$ be prime. For squarefree level $latex N>6$ and weight $latex…

Find out more »## Introductory lecture by Hiram López

The introductory lecture is aimed at sharing background material so that students are better prepared to understand the main seminar. The introductory lecture is open only to students.

Find out more »## Heide Gluesing-Luerssen – University of Kentucky

On Ferrers Diagram Codes Rank-metric codes play a crucial role in the area of random network coding. Mathematically, they are subspaces of a matrix space $latex \mathbb{F}^{m\times n}$ over a finite field $latex \mathbb{F}$, and where the matrix space is…

Find out more »## Carolyn Mayer – University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Coding Techniques for Partial Erasure Channels. Partial erasure channels were recently introduced to model erasure events in applications such as flash memories. In these channels, some information may remain after an erasure event. After reviewing these channels, we present results…

Find out more »## Changan Zhao – Clemson University

Efficient computations of bilinear pairings on elliptic curves over finite fields. The Tate and Weil pairings play a vital role in computational number theory. For example, the Weil pairing can be used to determine the group structure of an elliptic…

Find out more »## Edoardo Persichetti – Florida Atlantic University

Code-based Cryptography for Post-Quantum Standardization In this talk, I will discuss some of the most recent developments in code-based cryptography and present the main candidates for NIST's post-quantum standardization call.

Find out more »## Introductory lecture

The introductory lecture is aimed at sharing background material so that students are better prepared to understand the main seminar. The introductory lecture is open only to students.

Find out more »## Solly Parenti – University of Wisconsin-Madison

The Colmez Conjecture The Faltings height of an abelian variety is a fundamental invariant that was introduced in the proof of the Mordell conjecture. Pierre Colmez formulated a conjectural interpretation of the Faltings height of a CM abelian variety in…

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