**Cryptography for Computer Scientists I**

2015/16

**Lecturer and TA**: Stefan Dziembowski

**Lecture**: Wednesdays 14:15 - 15:45 (room 3180)

**Exercises**: Wednesdays 16:15 - 17:45 (room 5870)

**Assessment methods and assessment criteria:**there will be a final written exam consisting of two parts: the "theory" part, and the "exercises", and a mid-term exam on "theory".

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**Lectures and exercises**

__Bibliography__- Oded Goldreich Foundations of Cryptography (Fragments of a Book)
- Jonathan Katz, Yehuda Lindell Introduction to Modern Cryptography: Principles and Protocols, Second Edition.
- Douglas R. Stinson Cryptography: Theory and Practice, Third Edition
- Ivan Damgard On Σ-protocols
- Ronald Cramer Introduction to Secure Computation

**Exams**

The exam will consist of two parts:

- the "theory" part (when it will
*not*be allowed to use any materials like books or notes), and - the "exercises"(when the use of books and notes is will be allowed).

Here are some examples of exams: