52 students successfully graduated from the school (exactly twice as many as last year). These are students from NSU (fit, MMF), TSU, TSU, NSTU, MIPT, Sibsu (Krasnoyarsk), Altai GTU, Yerevan state University (Armenia) and five schoolchildren: from Saint Petersburg, Berdsk, Lukhovits, Sterlitamak (Republic of Bashkortostan), Ust-Kamenogorsk (Kazakhstan). A total of 96 applications were submitted for the school.
- The guys not only worked on research projects, but also prepared theses on the results of their work and made presentations at the final conference. We have published more than 100 pages of abstracts (available on the school's website, www.crypto.nsu.ru), and the reporting conference with team reports lasted about 7 hours! So long, because it was important for us to listen to everyone, to understand, - for each report, many questions were asked, it was interesting — - said the head of the school, associate Professor of the Department of computer systems fit and head.NSU cryptography laboratory, Natalia Tokareva.
— I have enjoyed my studies immensely! I want the contacts established at the summer school to be strong and fruitful. Absolute psychological comfort and benevolence were created. I was once again convinced that I had not made a mistake in my choice. A very big plus for the fact that there were students of different ages. Thus, everyone had the opportunity to compare their knowledge and work with other guys. Everything was well thought out, classes flew by unnoticed, because it was rich and really interesting, FOR which the entire team of the school thank you very MUCH! -writes a graduate of the school-conference Andrey Didenko (Ust-Kamenogorsk, Kazakhstan)
We welcome our participants from Novosibirsk, Moscow, Tomsk, Taganrog, Kaliningrad, Tyumen, Smolensk, Krasnoyarsk, Kuzbass, Biysk, Dubna, Volgograd, Barnaul, Cherkessk, Yerevan (Armenia), Ust-Kamenogorsk (Kazakhstan)! Good luck to you!!
This year, the Summer School-Conference is being held in an unusual, distance format from 9 to 27 July. The school is organized by the Cryptographic Center (Novosibirsk), the JetBrains Research Cryptography Laboratory, the International Mathematical Center in Akademgorodok, the organizers of the NSUCRYPTO International Olympiad, the Faculty of Information Technology and the Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics of NSU.
In 2020, as part of the summer school-conference, teachers from Russia, Europe and the USA, including the authors of international standards in the field of cryptography, are working with participants. Part of the school-conference is held in English.
The school-conference will end with the publication of a small collection of the school's proceedings and a reporting conference on July 27.
🥇Y. P. Maximuk "Study of the metric complements to chains packaging in Boolean cube" (scientific adviser А.А.Evdokimov)
🥇A. S. Shaporenko "Quaternary bent functions: properties and connection to Boolean bent functions" (scientific adviser A.V. Kutsenko, N. N. Tokareva)
More info http://tc.nsu.ru/Alexey Andreevich was the founder and first head of our Department of theoretical Cybernetics at MMF NSU!
The summer school-conference "Cryptography and information security" is a traditional event held at NSU every year. The organizers are the Cryptographic center (Novosibirsk), the cryptography laboratory JetBrains Research, the international mathematical Center in Akademgorodok, the organizers of the international Olympiad NSUCRYPTO, the Faculty of information technology and the faculty of Mechanics and mathematics of NSU.Dates: July 9-27, 2020. Venue: remote format. Students, school leavers, and 11th grade students are invited to participate in the school conference. About 15 teachers will work with the participants for three weeks. You will find lectures, team and individual work in projects related to solving research problems in the field of cryptography and information security, sports classes. One of the most important events of the school-conference is a round table on modern problems of cryptography. The project topics are related to various issues of modern cryptography and information security: from the development of modern methods of cryptanalysis, construction of ciphers, quantum cryptography to the creation of open-source analytical intelligence systems. In 2020, as part of the summer school-conference, teachers from Russia, Europe and the United States, including authors of international standards in the field of cryptography, will work with participants. Part of the school-conference will be held in English. Participation in the school is free of charge. The number of seats is limited. According to the results of the reporting conference-competition, the winners are awarded diplomas, and the participants are issued a certificate. The winning students are awarded a scholarship from JetBrains when they provide an original certificate from the University. Applications for participation are accepted until June 30, inclusive.
We invite students to take part in research!
And we draw your attention to the projects on cryptography and information security-number 19, 20, 21. Participation in these projects is perfectly combined with the Summer school on cryptography and information security! To do this, register for both events (school and workshop).
This year it was online for the first time. The winners are:
Section "Information Technologies". Subsection "Information Security"
🍀Elena Zavalishina (I degree diploma) "Cryptanalysis of the basic version of a public key cryptographic system based on the complexity of solving the system of polynomial equations in integers"
🍀 Daria Zyubina (II degree diploma) "Cryptographic properties of an S-block constructed on the basis of a Boolean function and permutation"
🍀 Dmitry Bader (III degree diploma) "Development of methods for analyzing blockchain networks"
Section "Mathematics". Subsection "Theoretical Cybernetics"
🍀Alexander Shaporenko (III degree dimploma) "Connection of quaternary and Boolean bent functions"
Congratulations! Scientific and creative success!
Lectures will be held online on Wednesdays at 12:00 and 13:00. The first lectures will be held on April 15. Information for access to lectures will be published here in the near future.
We invite students and teachers!