Cryptography, Security, and Applied Mathematics

Established: November 20, 2006

The Cryptography, Security, and Applied Mathematics (CSAM) group conducts research on theoretical and practical aspects of cryptography, computational complexity, formal approaches to system and software security, data mining and machine learning with applications to security, and number theory.

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Top Researchers Inspire Interns

By Janie Chang, Writer, Microsoft Research Each summer, Microsoft Research facilities from around the world welcome a fresh crop of interns. Microsoft Research considers the intern program a vital part of its interactions with the academic world, with some facilities increasing their head count by as much as 50 percent when interns arrive. Microsoft Research interns enjoy the perks of working in world-class facilities and an active social schedule organized specifically for them. Over the…

August 2011

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Cryptography Receives Indian Scrutiny

By Rob Knies, Managing Editor, Microsoft Research You employ cryptographic techniques on a daily basis … don’t you? Sure you do. Every time you type a password into a computer, you are practicing cryptography, using secret information to verify your identity. The same principle is invoked when you make a bid on eBay, purchase a book online, or push an ATM card into a cash machine. A decade into the 21st century, cryptographic techniques have…

September 2009

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