Dr. Daniel Page

Department of Computer Science,
University of Bristol,
Room 3.42a,
Merchant Venturers Building,
Woodland Road,
Bristol, BS8 1UB.
United Kingdom.
Phone:     +44 (0)117 3315146
Fax:     +44 (0)117 9545208
Email:     page@cs.bris.ac.uk
PGP:     ID: 4D74848D, fingerprint: 9961 7FC7 7602 913F F9CA FF95 990A A930 4D74 848D
WWW:     http://www.cs.bris.ac.uk/home/page/

A long time ago I used to be a PhD student, focusing on (somewhat) novel micro-processor cache designs in collaboration with James Irwin within what was then called the Languages and Architecture group; my supervisors were David May and Henk Muller. Then I jumped ship, working as a a post-doctoral researcher in the Cryptography group with a focus on cryptographic hardware (from the perspective of efficiency and side-channel security); my supervisor was Nigel Smart. Now I'm a Lecturer affiliated to the Cryptography and Information Security group ...

... I've got a non-University web-page which is (the occasional) home to non-University content.


Vacancies: Please note, I have no funds available to provide short-term summer internships to students or researchers from outside the UK; applications for all PhD positions should be made via the Departmental admissions procedure.

I am interested mainly in applied cryptography; roughly speaking this covers implementation of cryptographic primitives (in hardware and/or software) and physical security (side-channel and fault attacks). My previous work has focussed on:

I am also interested in the design of (general-purpose) processors, compilers and programming languages. Some people would call this inter-disciplinary research, other people call it hedging your bets.