Windows On Theory

Cryptography course projects

This spring I taught Cryptography at Harvard (as usual my lecture notes are online ).

Teaching it was a great fun because of the fantastic group of students that took the course.  They were genuinely interested in cryptography, and kept asking me extremely interesting questions and had excellent insights. Thanks also to Yael Kalai and Bruce Schneier for giving guest lectures in this course.

Though I haven’t done so in a while, I decided to  do course projects this term. I was very impressed on what these students (most of whom are undergraduates) managed to achieve in  one term. So, since a blog is not much use if you can’t show off your students,  without further ado here are the projects in the course: