Cryptology, Designs and Finite Groups 2009 (CDFG 2009)
in honor of Spyros Magliveras' 70th birthday
Deerfield Beach, Florida,
May 17-22, 2009, Hilton Deerfield Beach/Boca Raton Hotel
CDFG 2009 is organized on the occasion of Spyros Magliveras' 70th
birthday, honoring his scientific achievements. Spyros Magliveras is Professor and Chair of the Department of Mathematical Sciences,
Director of the Center for Cryptology and Information Security at Florida Atlantic University ,
and Henson Professor Emeritus at CSE Department, University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
The workshop is
devoted to mathematical research in the areas of cryptology,
combinatorial design theory and finite groups. Results that focus
on mathematical interconnections among these fields and how they
are of particular interest to CDFG 2009.
Deerfield Beach Fishing Pier
Participation in the workshop is by invitation only, and the
technical program of the workshop will run from Monday morning to
Thursday noon, with Tuesday afternoon and Friday being available
for non-technical activities. Technical sessions will involve plenary
talks (60 min.) and regular contributions (20 min.).
All invited participants are cordially invited to contribute to the
technical program by submitting an abstract of a possible talk.
Submissions will be reviewed by the program committee, and the final
program will be published on the CDFG 2009 web site.
Accepted abstracts will be made available at the workshop. CDFG 2009
will not have formal workshop proceedings with full papers. Instead,
all workshop participants are encouraged to submit full papers to a
special issue of Designs,
Codes and Cryptography.
For any questions regarding this workshop, please send an email to
CDFG09 (at) fau.edu