The Science Of Computer Security And Cryptology

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The Science Of Computer Security And Cryptology
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We're proud to present this event as part of Ancient World's National Science Week program with a special guest. Emeritus Professor Jennifer Seberry is a cryptographer, mathematician, and computer scientist. At the University of Wollongong, she established the Centre for Computer Security Research, which has contributed significantly to Australia’s security research and is part of the reason why she is regarded as “the mother of Cryptography in Australia”.

"I was the first person to teach cryptology at an Australian University (The University of Sydney), I am the first woman Professor of Computer Science in Australia. I was the first woman Reader in Combinatorial Mathematics in Australia (whilst at the University of Sydney)." - JS

Join us as Jennifer runs us through her career and research and topics regarding computer security and privacy. We'll then open up the floor to questions into this fascinating field!

This Inspiring Australia initiative is supported by the Australian Government as part of National Science Week.
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By: Ancient World