Irene Villa

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Irene Villa

Ph.D. started in: 2016
Expected year of graduation: 2020
COINS consortium member: University of Bergen
Supervised by: Lilya Budaghyan
Links: CristinDBLP
Research area: Cryptography
Project title: Optimal Boolean Functions
Project description: Boolean functions play a fundamental role in the analysis and synthesis of discrete devices which transform and process information.
The main objectives of this project are to combine methods of algebra, combinatorics, coding theory, finite geometry, number theory, sequence design for construction of optimal Boolean functions from one side, and to find more applications of these functions in the above mentioned areas of mathematics on the other side.

Publications:

  1. Irene Villa (2018). On APN functions L1(x3) + L2(x9) with linear L1 and L2
Courses attended:
  1. IMT6002 COINS Winter School (NTNU), 3 ECTS, 2018
Events attended with COINS funding:
  1. COINS Finse winter school, Finse, Norway, 2019
  2. School on Applied Cryptography and its Impact on Society, Innovation and Entrepreneurship , Malaga, Spain, 2019
  3. NISK 2018, Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway, 2018
  4. BFA 2018 workshop , Loen, Norway, 2018
  5. Emil Artin International Conference, Yerevan, the Republic of Armenia, 2018
  6. COINS Ph.D student seminar, Longyearbyen, Svalbard, Norway, 2018
  7. COINS Finse winter school, Finse, Norway, 2018
  8. Mathematical Methods for Cryptography , Svolvær, Norway, 2017
  9. BFA workshop, Os, Norway, 2017
  10. Codes, Cryptology and Information Security Second International Conference, Rabat, Morocco, 2017
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