Professor Broadbent is the University of Ottawa Research Chair in Quantum Information and Cryptography.
Math PhD in 2003, worked in France (CNRS), uOttawa and Kyoto U
Professor Delaram Kahrobaei is the University Dean for Research at the City University of New York and a full Professor in the Computer Science and Mathematics departments at Queens College (CUNY). She is also an Adjunct Professor of Computer Science at Center for Cyber Security at the New York University as well as the President/co-founder of a university start-up Infoshield, Inc.
I am an Assistant Professor in the School of Mathematics and Statistics at Carleton University. In addition to QUASAR, I am a member of the Joint Analysis Group between uOttawa and Carleton. I am also an Affiliate Member of the Institute for Quantum Computing in Waterloo.
I am a Full Professor at the Department of Mathematics and Statistics of the University of Ottawa, and a former Alexander von Humboldt Fellow. I am interested in applications of Lie algebras, root systems, and finite groups of Lie type in cryptography and quantum information theory.
I earned my PhD (MIT) in 1998, and was a Killam Postdoctoral Fellow (uAlberta) before coming to uOttawa, where I am now a Full Professor. I specialize in the representation theory of p-adic groups, which provides me with a plethora of algebraic tools with which to explore mathematical and post-quantum cryptography.
I obtained my PhD in Mathematics in 2018 from the University of Lorraine (France). Before coming to uOttawa, I spent three years at the National University of Singapore working as a Research Fellow.
Supartha works in theoretical computer science. His main research interest lies in quantum and classical complexity theory. He is very interested in understanding the limits of different quantum resources.
Arthur completed his M.Math in pure mathematics at the University of Waterloo, and PhD in mathematics at the University of Toronto prior to his position at uOttawa. His interests are focused on exploring problems that lie at the intersection of pure mathematics, computer science and physics.
I hold a B.Sc. from l'Université de Moncton as well as an M.Sc. from the University of Ottawa. As an undergraduate student, I did research in the field of particle physics phenomenology before shifting to quantum cryptography for my graduate studies. In my free time, I enjoy solving crossword puzzles.
I am a PhD student under Professor Kahrobaei at the University of York. As a maths graduate I am effectively an applied algebraist; my research deals with the cryptanalysis of proposed group-based crypto schemes. Out of hours I collect vinyl records and drink ale.
I am a Master's student with Prof. Broadbent at the University of Ottawa, researching optimal ways to encrypt and broadcast a quantum message. I did my Honours Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario. I also love to bake and read murder mysteries.
Physics and Math enthusiast, I love Arabic poetry, French rap, English novels. Used to play soccer too.
My MSc research was focused on using quantum effects to achieve a new security definition called "certified deletion". I am QUASAR's webmaster. I am also interested in blockchain privacy.
Maria is an M.Sc student working with Dr. Nevins. Maria’s research focuses on a central problem in quantum computing - the Hidden Subgroup Problem (HSP). Her M.Sc thesis is centred around a special case of the HSP - the Dihedral HSP. Maria’s research interests include classical cryptography, quantum-safe cryptography and quantum computing. In her spare time, Maria enjoys undertaking various outreach activities.
I am student finishing my final year of undergraduate studies. Currently I am working on my honors project, and will soon be moving on to further studies in the field.
Hello! I’m Sherry (she/her), and I am currently working on a research project with Prof. Broadbent and Prof. Adams about quantum password-based authentication. I did my undergrad in Software Engineering at the University of Ottawa. I love watching kdramas, reading, and cuddling with my dog in sun puddles.
I am an undergraduate student at the University of Ottawa interested in algebra and probability theory. Under the supervision of Professor Nevins, I have studied error-correcting codes, in particular quasi-cyclic codes used in the BIKE cryptosystem. I am pursuing further studies in algebra.
I’m currently an undergraduate student at the University of Ottawa. In a cryptographic setting, I’m interested in the use of error-correcting codes to form cryptographic schemes, most notably through the McEliece PKC. I also have more diverse interests in probability theory and financial mathematics, specifically in credit risk models.