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Summer school: Number theory and coding theory - contemporary applications in security

The school is aimed at students at all levels (BSc/MSc/PhD) and postdocs.

Camilla Hollanti and Anne-Maria Ernvall-Hytönen will organize a summer school "Number theory and coding theory: contemporary applications in security" at Åbo Akademi, Turku, on 28.5.-1.6.2018.

The school is aimed at students at all levels (BSc/MSc/PhD) and postdocs. The school will feature 4 introductory mini-courses, special talks, and talks contributed by the participants. Registration is free of charge and we have some travel funding available.

We can financially support a limited number of student participants from Aalto, please contact Camilla asap and no later than 1.5. if you are interested in this support! Instructions for registration, talk contributions etc can be found on the school page.

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