University of Virginia, Department of Computer Science
CS588: Cryptography, Spring 2005

Registration Survey Out: 20 January 2005
Due: before 11:59pm on Sunday, 23 January

Summary of Responses

  1. Your full email address:
    Make sure this is correct. Enter your full email address. This is the email address that will be added to the cs588-students emailing list. After you complete the survey, you should receive a receipt at the email address you entered. If you do not receive this receipt within a few minutes of submitting your survey, email evans@cs.virginia.edu.

  2. Your full name:

  3. Name you want me to call you (spell out phonetically if non-obvious how to pronounce):

  4. Anything you want to tell me that will help me learn your name

  5. Major:

  6. Year:

  7. Why are you taking this class?

  8. Are there any particular topics you hope this course will cover?

  9. What was the coolest thing you learned last semester?

  10. What programming languages do you know?

  11. When do you prefer to have the midterm?
    Class before Spring Break (March 3)
    Class after Spring Break (March 15)
    March 17
    March 22

  12. Have you ever broken into a computer system?
    No
    Yes
    Details: (Explain as much as you want about the system and how you broke in. I won't report anything unless it sounds like a national security risk.)

  13. What is your favorite creative work (book, movie, song, etc.) about computer security or cryptography?

  14. Anything else you think I should know about you?

  15. Anything you want to know about me or the course?

    If you entered your email address correctly, you should receive a receipt at the email address you entered. If you do not receive this receipt within a few minutes of submitting your survey, email evans@cs.virginia.edu.


CS 655 University of Virginia
Department of Computer Science
CS 588: Cryptology - Principles and Applications
cs588–staff@cs.virginia.edu