Cryptography (2022/2023)
Lecturer: Stefan Dziembowski
Lecture: Mondays 14:15  15:45 (room 4420)
Exercises: Tuesdays 12:15  13:45 (room 3180)
Classes:

Lecture, February 27, 2023
slides: Chapter 1
Exercises, February 28, 2023
exercises: 1.1  1.5

Lecture, March 6, 2023
slides: Chapter 2 (slides 146)
Exercises, March 7, 2023
exercises: 2.2, 2.3, 2.4 ((a) and (b))

Lecture, March 13, 2023
slides: Chapter 2 (slides 47  120)
Exercises, March 14, 2023
exercises: 2.4 ((c) and (d)) and 2.6

Lecture, March 20, 2023
slides: Chapter 2 (all the remaining slides, starting from slide 121)
Exercises, March 21, 2023exercises: 2.7, 2.8 (left as homework), 3.1, and 3.2

Lecture, March 27, 2023
slides: Chapter 3
Exercises, March 28, 2023
exercises: 2.5, 2.9, and 4.1 (the second implication only)

Lecture, April 3, 2023
slides: Chapter 4 ad Chapter 5 (slides 1  20)
Exercises, April 4, 2023
exercises: 4.3, 4.6, 4.7

Lecture, April 17, 2023
slides: Chapter 5 (slides 21  134), Chapter 6 (slides 1  38)
Exercises, April 18, 2023
slides: Chapter 6 (slides 39  74)
exercises: 5.1. 5.2, 5.3

Lecture, April 24, 2023
slides: Chapter 6 (slides 75  134),
Exercises, April 25, 2023
exercises: 5.4  5.7

Lecture, May 8, 2023
slides: Chapter 7 (slides 1  67),
Exercises, May 9, 2023
canceled

Lecture, May 15, 2023
slides: Chapter 7 (slides 68  128),
Exercises, May 16, 2023
exercises: 6.2  6.5

Lecture, May 22, 2023
slides: Chapter 8
Exercises, May 23, 2023
exercises: 7.1  7.3

Lectures, May 29 and 30
slides: Chapter 9 and Chapter 10 (slides 1  82)

Lecture, June 5,6, 12 and 13
slides: Chapter 10 (slide 83  109), Chapter 11 (slides 1  70), Chapter 13
Slides are available [here]. A link to exercises has been sent directly to the students.
An example of a midterm exam is available [here].
Exercises from old exams (in Polish): [pdf,pdf,pdf].