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Dayton Section IEEE & AFOSR Windows on Science Lecture Series

Dayton Section IEEE & AFOSR Windows on Science Lecture Series Present

“Cryptanalysis Perspectives: Past, Present & Future”

Invited Speakers: Ms. Deborah Anderson & Sir Dermot Turing

To view complete event details, please visit: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/235083

Attendance and Connection Details

Due to COVID-19 guidelines, the number of attendees allowed into Kenney Hall is limited to 50 for this event.

If you have interest in attending in person, please E-mail Ms. Joanne Maurice at Joanne.Maurice@us.af.mil, so that you are provided an assigned seat.

The following YouTube link has been created for those who are attending the event virtually: https://youtu.be/RHftNse8lDU

It is currently open and provides a countdown message for the event.  It is suggested that you test the connection ahead of the event.

Additional instructions will be provided on the morning of the event to enable virtual Q&A and access to a survey for feedback regarding the event.

 

Date and Time

Location

  • Air Force Institute of Technology
  • Wright Patterson AFB, Ohio
  • United States 45433
  • Room Number: Kenney Hall

Contact

 

Speakers

Sir Dermot Turing

Sir Dermot Turing

 

Lecture #1: Who broke Enigma?

 

 

Ms. Deborah Ann Anderson

Ms. Deborah Ann Anderson

 

Lecture #2: Early Career Advanced Research of Joseph Desch

 

Agenda

All Times are EDT

 

0830 – 0900         VTC/PexIP/YouTube Link Opens for Test

0900 – 0915       Opening Remarks             Dr. Charles Cerny

0915 – 1000       Lecture #1: Who broke Enigma?                Sir Dermot Turing

1000 – 1015       Q&A Session      All

1015 – 1025        Break

1025 – 1055       Lecture #2: Early Career Advanced Research of Joseph Desch       Ms. Deborah Anderson

1055 – 1110       Q&A Session      All

1110 – 1120       Closing Remarks & Adjourn         Dr. Charles Cerny

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