• W. Huffman, Codes with automorphisms(4 lectures)
  • G. Nebe, Self-dual codes and invariant theory.
Lecture 1: The type of a self dual code
Lecture 2: Clifford-Weil groups
Lecture 3: Hecke operators for codes

  • V. Pless, Self-dual and Formally Self-dual Codes (2 lectures)
  • E. Previato, Algebraic-geometric codes (Goppa codes) an vector bundles (3 lectures)
  • V. Tonchev, Combinatorial Designs and Code Synchronization (3 lectures)
  • J. Kozicki, Quantum Error Correction and Cryptography
  • I. Shparlinski, Arithmetic Structure of Integers and Cryptography ( 3 lectures)
  • J. Gutierrez, Lattices in Algorithms and Cryptography (3 lectures)
  • V. Ustimenko, Extremal graph theory and its applications in coding theory and cryptography. (3 lectures)
  • A. Stein, Real and Imaginary hyperelliptic curve cryptography (3 lectures)
  • F. Luca, Carmichael's lambda-function and cryptographic applications. (3 lectures)
  • K. Magaard, Algebraic curves and their automorphism groups (3 lectures)
  • S. Shpectorov, Algebraic computations with Riemann surfaces (3 lectures)
  • T. Shaska, Cyclic covers of the projective line and their applications in coding theory and cryptography.
  • A. Elezi, String theory and enumerative geometry and their applications. (3 lectures)
    Invited talk:Mirela Ciperiani, Genus one curves over Q

  • A. Kohnert, Construction of codes for cryptographic purposes using automorphism groups.
  • A. Gunther, On self-dual permutation codes
  • A. Gomilko, An introductory overview of turbo codes and their applications
  • C. Shor, Quantum algebraic geometry codes from algebraic curves with automorphisms
  • S. Jakub Kotorowicz, On the evaluation of some graph based stream ciphers via simulation
  • A. Wroblewska, On the algebraic graphs of large girth, pseudorandom sequences and their cryptographical
  • M. Wrobel, Small-world network modeling with applications to coding theory
  • S. Chopuryan, The Stability of Trapdoor One Way Function Based on Finite Automata
  • L. Szalay, Huge number of large random primes - experiences of an experiment
  • I. Siap,