CS 411/507 Cryptography
Fall Term 2017
W. Trappe & L. C. Washington. Introduction to Cryptography with Coding Theory, 2nd Edition, Prentice-Hall, 2006. ISBN: 0-13-198199-4.
Time & Place
Instructor’s Office Hours: Tuesday 09:40-11:30 or by appointment
Teaching Assistant: Atıl Utku Ay and Leyli Javid Khayati
Office Hours of TA:
· Atıl Utku Ay (email@example.com): Monday 17:30-19:30, FENS 2014
· Leyli Javid Khayati (firstname.lastname@example.org): Monday 11:00-13:00, FENS 2014
This is an introductory course on the methods, algorithms, techniques, and tools of data security and cryptography. After studying the theoretical aspects of cryptographic algorithms and protocols, we show how these techniques can be integrated to solve particular data and communication security problems. This course material is of use to computer and communication engineers who are interested in embedding security into an information system, and thus, providing integrity, confidentiality, and authenticity of the documents and the communicating parties.
Student Responsibilities (tentative)
· Homework assignments: There will be about four homework assignments. You will be required to write programs in Python programming language.
· Term project: Students are required to work on a term project. It is essential for students to meet time schedule of the projects. Project groups must provide a demonstration/presentation of their work. During the demonstration/presentation, all the project members must be present. Students may work in groups of two.
Midterm exam 30%
Final exam 35%
Class Website: http:// people.sabanciuniv.edu /~erkays/cs411_507