Cryptography, Security, and Privacy (CrySP) Research Group
Welcome to CrySP!
CrySP carries out research in the areas of cryptography, security, and privacy. The members of CrySP study
a wide variety of topics, from designing cryptographic protocols to
the evaluation of their effectiveness and usability in deployed
systems. Here are some examples....
- We are growing! Welcome to our newest CrySP faculty member, Sergey Gorbunov!
- The CrySP RIPPLE Facility
is now up and running!
- Congratulations to CrySP faculty members Doug Stinson for being named a University
Professor, and Ian
Goldberg for being named a University
- Phase III of the CrySP Lab is now complete, and the students have
moved in. The lab now seats 16 graduate students and a number of
undergraduates. The phone number is 519 888 4567 x31337, and the room number is DC 3332.
- CommitCoin, an approach for "carbon dating" information developed by CrySP alumnus Jeremy Clark and CrySP PhD student Aleksander Essex, gets mentioned in the New Scientist.
- Congratulations to CrySP faculty member Doug Stinson for
becoming a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, to CrySP alumnus Jeremy Clark for winning
uWaterloo's 2011 Doctoral Alumni Gold medal for outstanding academic
achievement, and to CrySP faculty member Ian Goldberg for being
awarded the Electronic Frontier
- CrySP is actively looking for students interested in grad studies. See 'Prospective Students' on the left for details.
Last modified: Tuesday, 05-Jan-2016 20:47:23 EST