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Professor Kwangjo Kim has been nominated as a 2017 IACR fellow
Name : admin | Date : 2017.03.15 21:04 | Views : 540


Professor Kwangjo Kim from the graduate school of information security (GSIS) has been nominated as a 2017 IACR (international association for cryptologic research) fellow.


Since 2004, IACR has annually granted fellowships to 2~6 members who made great contributions on cryptographic research and academics. Although there are two IACR fellows from Japan and two from Australia in Asia-Pacific region, Professor Kim is the first IACR fellow from Korea.

 

Established in 1981, IACR is a non-profit scientific organization that hosts high quality conferences such as the Eurocrypt, Crypto, Asiacrypt, TCC (Theory of Cryptography Conference), FSE (Fast Software Encryption), PKC (Public Key Cryptography Workshop), and CHES (Cryptographic Hardware and Embedded Systems).

 

Professor Kwangjo Kim is a first generation information security professional who has been in the cryptography field for 34 years.

 

Professor Kim has been recognized for his outstanding contribution on the international cryptology society as he has educated excellent talents in the cryptology in the Asia and the Pacific region and for his leadership on research works.

 

Professor Kim served as a director of the IASR from 2000 to 2004, and as a Asiacrypt committee from 2005 to 2008.

 

Professor Kim has written more than 80 research papers and has been cited more than 20,000 times. He also serves as the chief editor of an online journal called “Cryptography”, vice editor of the Journal of Mathematical Cryptology, the Korean representative in IFIP TC-11, honorary president of the Korea Institute of Information Security & Cryptography.

 

Professor Kim said, “It is a huge honor to see the 34 years of research, work, and education on cryptography to be acknowledged along with other world class other world class cryptography experts.”, “We are pleased to promote the status of cryptographic research in Korea to the world, and will continue to nurture world class cyber security specialists.”

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