NIST finalists for post-quantum security standards include research results developed by Prof. Chris Peikert
A new secure code is needed to protect private information from the power of quantum computing.
7 new faculty in CSE
The new additions to the department offer a breadth of research and educational experience, with projects spanning robotic interaction and the future of programming languages.
College award recognizes a career dedicated to service
Kevin Compton has been committed to service in his work that has enhanced the student experience
Prof. Kevin Compton, Mentor and Coach for CS Students, Retires
Prof. Kevin Compton has retired after 34 years at the University of Michigan in the Computer Science and Engineering Division of the EECS Department.
CSE welcomes 9 new facultyGet to know the new arrivals.
Building a security standard for a post-quantum future
A large quantum computer could retroactively decrypt almost all internet communication ever recorded.
Chris Peikert Receives TCC Test of Time Award for work in lattice cryptography
Prof. Peikert and his co-author received the award at the Fifteenth Theory of Cryptography Conference for their paper on efficient collision-resistant hashing on cyclic lattices.
Chris Peikert named first-ever Patrick C. Fischer development professor
Peikert’s research is dedicated to developing new, stronger mathematical foundations for cryptography.
Yi-Jun Chang selected for Chia-Lun Lo Fellowship
Chang’s research interest is in complexity theory of distributed computing.
CSE alumnus Hsin-Hao Su selected for Principles of Distributed Computing Dissertation Award
Hsin-Hao’s thesis provides efficient algorithms for fundamental graph problems that arise in networks.
Grant Schoenebeck Receives CAREER Award to Develop a Rigorous Theoretical Understanding of Complex Networks
Schoenebeck’s research is in theoretical computer science, linear and semidefinite programs, the intersection of computer science and social networks, the intersection of computer science and economics, NP-complete optimization problems, and computational complexity theory.
Researchers Gather at CSE for Midwest Theory Day
This event is a semiannual tradition among CS theorists in the Midwest.
CSE Sponsors Science on Screen Night; Lecture by Prof. Kevin Compton and Screening of “The Imitation Game”
Students, faculty, and staff can attend the event at the Michigan Theater on January 8.