16 Jul

Cryptanalysis Perspectives Lectures: Past, Present & Future

Cryptanalysis Perspectives Lectures: Past, Present & Future

You won’t want to miss this!

First, Sir Dermot Turing (nephew of Alan Turing) tells the story of Enigma codebreaking. He looks at the relative contributions by the teams at Bletchley Park in the UK and American agencies. And he discusses what we can learn from international cooperation in intelligence today.

Next up, Ms. Deborah Anderson talks about the early career advanced research of Joseph Desch. Mr. Desch led the top-secret Navy Waves NCR Code-breakers project during WWII.

Sponsored by the IEEE Dayton Section and the Air Force Office of Scientific Research, catch these lectures live via YouTube on 24 July from 8:30 – 11:30 a.m. ET.

Full Schedule:
0830 – 0900: Stream goes live
0900 – 0915: Opening Remarks by Dr. Charles Cerny
0915 – 1000: Lecture #1: Who Broke Enigma – by Sir Dermot Turing
1000 – 1015: Q & A with Sir Dermot Turing
1015 – 1025: Break
1025 – 1055: Lecture #2: Early Career Advanced Research of Joseph Desch – by Ms. Deborah Anderson
1055 – 1110: Q & A with Ms. Deborah Anderson
1110 – 1120: Closing Remarks by Dr. Charles Cerny

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