Colloquium - Professor Delaram Kahrobaei
Fry Building, 2.41
Title: Interactions between Group Theory, Cyber Security, Artificial Intelligence and Quantum Computation
In this talk, I explore how group theory plays a crucial role in data science and artificial intelligence as well as cyber security and quantum computation; at the same time, computer science and machine learning could help group theorists tackle some of their open problems. A second theme of the talk will be to formulate graph theoretic problems associated with computational complexity as group theoretic questions pertaining to graph groups. Lastly, we will look at the question of whether certain group-based cryptographic schemes are quantum-safe.
Professor Delaram Kahrobaei holds the Chair of Cyber Security at the University of York. Prior to that, she was a Full Professor at the City University of New York. She is President and co-founder of the start-up, Infoshield Inc., and director of the York Interdisciplinary Centre for Cyber Security Research. She is an Associate Editor of Advances of Mathematics of Communication, and Chief Editor of the International Journal of Computer Mathematics: Computer Systems Theory. Her main research areas are Post-Quantum Algebraic Cryptography, Information Security, Data Science and Applied Algebra.
The talk will be held in the Fry Building, room 2.41, from 4pm – 5pm and will be followed by a drinks reception in the Maths common room.
This event is open to all University of Bristol staff and students, as well as the general public.
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