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The Cryptography and Information Security Group conduct research into cryptography, the underlying hard problems on which it is based and the hardware and software needed to implement secure systems.

We form part of the Bristol Security Centre, an Academic Centre of Excellence in Cyber Security Research.

The group has particular interest in techniques for proving security of cryptographic systems, the efficient implementation of such systems on small computing devices and the verification that such implementations do what they say they do.

We also have an interest in security auditing and computer forensics. The group is responsible for the teaching of all Information Security units across the University.

Academic Staff

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Elisabeth Oswald
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Dan Page
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Nigel Smart
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Martijn Stam
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Theodore Tryfonas
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Bogdan Warinschi

Research Staff

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David Bernhard
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Sergiu Bursuc
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Essam Ghadafi
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Marcel Keller
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Shancang Li
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Georgios Oikonomou
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Emmanuela Orsini
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Susan Thomson
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Carolyn Whitnall
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Marcin Wojcik

Research Students

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Nabeel Albishry
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Panagiotis Andriotis
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Valentina Banciu
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Guy Barwell
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Gareth Davies
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Tesleem Fagade
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Enrique Larraia de Vega
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Bin Liu
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Jake Longo Galea
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Konstantinos Maraslis
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Daniel Martin
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Luke Mather
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David McCann
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Peter Scholl
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Christopher Sherfield
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Theodoros Spyridopoulos
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Ryan Stanley
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Joop Van de Pol
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Yan Yan
Associated Staff

Yves Tourigny (Mathematics)
Andreas Winter (Mathematics)

Long Term Visitors (Past and Present)

Manuel Barbosa (March 2005-July 2005), Florian Bohl (Nov 2012-April 2013), Antoine Dallon (April 2014-Oct 2014), Tore Kasper Frederiksen (March 2014-August 2014), Jean-Francois Gallais (April 2008-July 2008), Johann Groszschaedl (Oct 2004-Dec 2004), Philipp Grabher (Sept 2004-July 2005), Neil Hanley (Oct 2009-Dec 2009), Fabrice Ben Hamouda-Guichoux (June 2011-Aug 2011), Kim HeeSeok (Oct 2011-Oct 2012), Hanno Lemoine (June 2012-Aug 2012), Joseph Liu (Sept 2005-June 2007), Marcel Medwed (Jan 2007-July 2007), Damien Stehle (March 2003-Sept 2003), Ioanna-Aikaterini Topa (Oct 2013-Jan 2014), Tobias Vejda (May 2006-Jul 2006).

Ex Staff and PhD Students

Kamel Bentahar, Ashish Choudhury, Pooya Farshim, Anna Lisa Ferrara, Georg Fuchsbauer, Steven Galbraith, Philipp Grabher, Robert Granger, Johann Groszschaedl, Florian Hess, Simon Hoerder, Peter Leadbitter, Ming-Feng Lee, John Malone-Lee, Jake Loftus, Paul Morrissey, Andrew Moss, Richard Noad, Arpita Patra, Stefan Tillich, Mike Tunstall, Frederik Vercauteren, Gaven Watson, Stephen Williams.

 

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Our Group Reports

Bristol Crypto 2013 Report2013 Bristol Crypto 2012 Report2012
Bristol Crypto 2011 Report2011 Bristol Crypto 2010 Report2010

Supporters of our Research

The following companies and organizations help in our research via sponsorshop, collaboration on projects, or donation of equipment and software.

EPSRC    EU=FP7    Royal Society
HP Labs
DARPA
IBM
Maxeler
Microsoft
Trend Micro
XMOS