November  2014, 8(4): i-ii. doi: 10.3934/amc.2014.8.4i

Editorial

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GEOCRYPT 2013

Published  November 2014

Every second year, the GEOCRYPT conference brings together researchers from arithmetic geometry and cryptography. After Guadeloupe in 2009 and Corsica in 2011, French Polynesia was the host of its 2013 edition which took place in Punaauia, on the island of Tahiti, October 7-11.
    The main topic of GEOCRYPT has always been the application of pure mathematical techniques to the safety and efficiency of modern communication systems, with particular interest in the fields of arithmetic and algebraic geometry over finite fields, algorithms for finite fields, error correcting codes, cryptology, boolean functions, discrete dynamical systems, and their interactions. The 2013 edition had the honour to feature six invited and eleven contributed talks from renowned international experts presenting strong results recently obtained on topics ranging from pure mathematics to cryptographic algorithms. The GEOCRYPT 2013 Program Committee carefully evaluated the submitted abstracts and selected the best contributions for presentation at the conference.

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