Post-Quantum Cryptography

Supersingular Isogeny Key Encapsulation (SIKE) is a cryptographic algorithm expected to be safe from quantum computing, yet was recently broken. This project aims to extend aspects of the SIKE algorithm by considering the mapping of pencils of elliptic curves by translation in their symmetry group.

Jason Liu

The University of Sydney

Jason is a third-year student at the University of Sydney studying mathematics and statistics, who expects to continue his studies in the Master of Mathematical Sciences program. He has had a bit of an unusual journey, having rekindled his passion for maths after studying accounting and finance. On the side, he enjoys drumming, underground comics, and gaming (with world records in a traffic management game).

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