Yoongbok Lee (3283)

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Hometown: Williamsburg, Virginia

Department: Mathematics 

Advisor: Eric Swartz

Public-key cryptography is crucial to our daily lives because it provides us with secure encryption methods that are hard to decode. However, in the near future, the methods used currently might be vulnerable to certain attacks by computers with greater processing power. My Honors Thesis will analyze and develop cryptosystems based on algebraic objects called nonabelian groups, which are potentially more resistant to such attacks.

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