SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMS AND ACTIVITIES

July 30, 2014

Fields-Carleton Distinguished Lecture Series
March 19, 2009 -- 5:30 p.m.
Dr. V. Kumar Murty University of Toronto
The Mathematics of Information Technology: the road ahead

Carleton University, School of Mathematics and Statistics
4351 HP (MacPhail Room)

Fields-Carleton Distinguished Lecture Series

Thursday, March 19, 2009
4:30 pm Coffee,
5:30 pm Lecture
4351 HP (MacPhail Room), School of Mathematics and Statistics

Speaker: Dr. V.Kumar Murty, University of Toronto
The mathematics of information technology: the road ahead

Mathematics has been "unreasonably effective" in helping to model the physical universe. It has also been very effective in helping to address basic problems of information technology. In this general talk, we will review some of these and speculate on what the future might hold for the interaction between mathematics and information technology.
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Colloquium Talk

Friday, March 20, 2009
2: 30 pm Coffee
3:30 pm Colloquium Talk
4351 HP (MacPhail Room), School of Mathematics and Statistics

Speaker: Dr. V.Kumar Murty, University of Toronto
Discrete logarithms, exponential sums and data integrity

We shall discuss a new approach to data integrity and show how tools from analytic number theory help us to analyze it.


 

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