Lecturer: Eik List
Class Meeting: Tuesday, 01:30 - 03:00 PM (Bauhausstraße 11 (B11), SR 013)
Bi-weekly (first meeting: 11 April 2017)
Next Meeting: 27 June 2017
Computer Science and Media, M.Sc.
- Problem Set 1 (due 18 April 2017)
- Problem Set 2 (due 02 May 2017)
- Problem Set 3 (due 16 May 2017)
- Problem Set 4 (due 30 May 2017)
- Problem Set 5 (due 13 June 2017)
- Problem Set 6 (due 27 June 2017)
- Updates: 2017-06-18: aes.py for Task 3
- Problem Set 7 (due 11 July 2017): aes5.py
- Introduction (11 April 2017)
- Problem Session 1 (18 April 2017)
- Problem Session 2 (02 May 2017)
- Problem Session 3 (16 May 2017)
- Problem Session 4 (30 May 2017)
- Problem Session 5 (13 June 2017)
- Problem Session 6 (27 June 2017)
- Problem Session 7 (11 July 2017)
- The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the SHA-3 Competition (Orr Dunkelman)
Remark: The problem sets usually appear little less than two weeks before the corresponding problem session.
A problem set is satisfiably solved when at least 25% are reached.
A problem set is successfully solved when at least 50% are reached.
To gain admission for the oral exam, one of the following conditions have to be accomplished:
- Every problem set is satisfiably solved.
- All but one problem sets are satisfiably solved and at least two problem sets are successfully solved.
It is allowed to work in groups up to three students. We highly recommend to work in groups.
- A bonus of 1/3 is gained when all problem sets are satisfiably solved and at least three of them are successfully solved.
- A bonus of 2/3 is gained when at most one problem set is only satisfiably solved and all others are successfully solved.
The bonus can only be used to improve the final grade of the exam, when the exam itself is passed.