University of Virginia, Department of Computer Science
CS588: Cryptology - Principles and Applications, Fall 2001

Lectures | Manifests | Problem Sets | Projects | Resources | Syllabus | Challenges | Calendar

Project Teams

Team 1: Timing Attacks
Proposal

Lu, Zhijian [Listener]
Mah, Matthew
Neve, Michael
Peeters, Eric
Team 2: CipherChess
Proposal

Glaser, Adam
Lahr-Vivaz, Emilio
McEachron, Errol
Team 3 - Group Communication System for Ad-hoc Wireless Networks
Proposal

Barger, Tracy
Friedman, David Kit
Parikh, Stavan
Robinson, Aaron
Team 4 - SSH Keystrokes
Proposal

Hogye, Mike
Hughes, Thad
Sarfaty, Josh
Wolf, Joe
Team 5 - Video Stenography
Proposal

Erdman, Jon
Hutchins, Eric
Liang, Stephen
Wills, Portman
Team 6 - De-Clawing Carnivore
Proposal

Guanlao, Dante
Tashbook, Mike [Listener]
Woody, Leonard
Wortman, Dana
Team 7 - UVa Healtcare System: Medical Privacy
Proposal

Browne, Keen
Esclapez, Allison
Lebanidze, Eugene
Wang, Haiyong [Listener]
Zeng, Jim Shi

Team 8 - National ID Card
Proposal

Bangash, Saud Asad Khan
Cuvelier, Michael
Marinak, Chris
Sowers, Adam
Team 9 - Cookies for Authentication
Proposal

Calandrino, John
Roy, Samir
Walsh, Brian
Team 10 - Digital Watermarking for Music
Proposal

Blom, Soeren [Listener]
Farraher, Rob
Pickering, Ken
Vu, Lim

CS 655 University of Virginia
Department of Computer Science
CS 588: Cryptology - Principles and Applications
David Evans
evans@cs.virginia.edu