Professor Kaisa Nyberg appointed IACR Fellow

The fellowship is a recognition of her outstanding scientific work in cryptology.

Professor Kaisa Nyberg is recognized for her fundamental contributions to the design and analysis of block ciphers, for contributions to mobile phone security, and for service to the International Association for Cryptologic Research, IACR. To understand the prestige of this appointment, many Turing Award Laureates, “Nobel winners of Computer Science”, can be found among the IACR Fellows.

IACR Fellows serve as distinguished colleagues to whom the IACR and its members will look for leadership and guidance as the field of cryptology and its role in the world evolve. They are well positioned to represent the cryptologic community in academia, industry, and the scientific world at large and to support and mentor other IACR members in these contexts.

See all IACR Fellows:

  • Published:
  • Updated:

Read more news

People at the campus
Cooperation, Research & Art Published:

Aalto University to host CESAER Task Force Openness of Science and Technology

Aalto University is proud to host the CESAER Task Force Openness of Science and Technology on 16–17 April 2024.
Otaniemi seafront pictured in the summer with the Aalto logo and event title, and VTT and Open Science logos overlayed.
Campus, Cooperation, Research & Art Published:

Open Science and Research Summer Conference 2024 will be hosted by Aalto University

Aalto University is co-organising the Open Science and Research Summer Conference 2024 with the National Coordination of Open Science and Research, and VTT.
Jukka Pekola, kuva: Riitta Supperi, Suomen Kulttuurirahasto
Awards and Recognition Published:

Jukka Pekola receives Finnish Cultural Foundation award – ‘Quantum is of interest way beyond scientists or the science fiction world’

Professor Jukka Pekola receives the Finnish Cultural Foundation's award for his long-term contributions to quantum technology research and to solving challenges facing humanity.
Two hexagonal arrays of prisms with a blue lattice inbetween.
Research & Art Published:

New quantum entangled material could pave way for ultrathin quantum technologies

Researchers reveal the microscopic nature of the quantum entangled state of a new monolayer van der Waals material