EE817/IS 893: Cryptography Engineering

This course introduces basic concepts in cryptography and discusses both its theoretical foundations and practical applications. Various threats, attacks and countermeasures including cryptosystems, cryptographic protocols and some of secure systems/networks will be addressed. The course will cover: brief history of cryptography, encryption (conventional and public key), digital signatures, hash functions, message authentication codes, identification, authentication, and their applications.
Students who take this course 1) will be able to pursue research in security and cryptography and 2) will be able to use cryptographic primitives securely when they work after finishing their degree program.

3/2 Welcome to EE817/IS893.

Basic Information

Lecture: MW 10:30AM - 11:45AM, N1 IT Convergence Building #111

Yongdae Kim  yongdaek(at), N26 #201 Office hours: TBD

TA: Dongkwan Kim, dkay (at)
Office hours: TBD