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- The links marked "abs" point to a local text-only version of
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- Irregularity of prime numbers over real quadratic fields. In:
*Algorithmic number theory: third international symposium; proceedings*, no. 1423 in Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer-Verlag, 1998. [publisher] [abs] [pdf]

- Comparison of Algorithms to Calculate ``Quadratic
Irregularity'' of Prime Numbers: Extended Abstract. In:
Proceedings of the Conference on The Mathematics of Public-Key
Cryptography, June 12–17, 1999, Fields Institute, Toronto. [abs] [pdf]

- On the Fontaine-Mazur Conjecture for number fields and an
analogue for function fields.
*Journal of Number Theory*, 81:16–47, 2000. [publisher] [abs] [pdf]

- Comparison of algorithms to calculate quadratic irregularity
of prime numbers.
*Mathematics of Computation*, 71:863–871, 2002. [publisher] [xxx] [abs] [pdf]

- Fixed Points and Two-Cycles of the Discrete Logarithm. In:
*Algorithmic number theory: 5th international symposium; proceedings*, no. 2369 in Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer-Verlag, 2002. [publisher] [abs] [pdf] [addenda/corrigenda from xxx]

- Notes on an analogue of the Fontaine-Mazur conjecture. With
Jeffrey D. Achter.
*Journal de Théorie des Nombres de Bordeaux*, 15:627–637, 2003. [publisher] [xxx] [abs]

- First-hit analysis of algorithms for computing quadratic
irregularity.
*Mathematics of Computation*, 73:939–948, 2004. [publisher] [xxx] [abs]

- Distribution of Values of Real Quadratic Zeta Functions. In:
*Unusual Applications of Number Theory*, no. 64 in DIMACS: Series in Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science, AMS, 2004. [xxx] [abs]

- New Conjectures and Results for Small Cycles of the Discrete
Logarithm. With Pieter Moree. In:
*High Primes and Misdemeanours: lectures in honour of the 60th birthday of Hugh Cowie Williams*, no. 41 in Fields Institute Communications, AMS, 2004. [xxx] [abs]

- A Comparison of Cryptography Courses.
*Cryptologia*, 28 (2), 2004. [publisher] [xxx] [abs] [pdf]

- Abelian varieties over finite fields with a specified
characteristic polynomial modulo ℓ.
*Journal de Théorie des Nombres de Bordeaux*, 16:173–178, 2004. [publisher] [xxx] [abs]

- Distribution of the Error in Estimated Numbers of Fixed
Points of the Discrete Logarithm.
*Communications in Computer Algebra*, 38:111–118, 2004. [publisher or publisher] [xxx] [abs]

- Underwater Model Rockets: An Innovative Design Problem and
Competition for Undergraduate Students in Engineering, Math and
Science. With Richard Layton, Tina Hudson and Laurence D.
Merkle. In:
*Proceedings of the 2005 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference and Exposition*, 2005. [publisher] [abs] [pdf]

- Some Heuristics and Results for Small Cycles of the Discrete
Logarithm. With Pieter Moree.
*Mathematics of Computation*, 75:419–449, 2006. [publisher] [xxx] [abs]

- Underwater Hacker Missile Wars: A Cryptography and Engineering
Contest. With Richard Layton, Laurence Merkle, and Tina Hudson.
*Cryptologia*, 30:69–77, 2006. [publisher] [xxx] [abs]

- The Graph Theory of Blackwork Embroidery. In: Making Mathematics with
Needlework: Ten Papers and Ten Projects, edited by
sarah-marie belcastro and Carolyn Yackel. A.K. Peters,
2007. [book
web page] [abs] [pdf
(preprint, not complete)]]

- Review of Complexity and Cryptography: An Introduction by John
Talbot and Dominic Welsh
*Cryptologia*, 32:92–97, 2008. [publisher]

- Math in Your Hands: Integrating the Use of Maple with the
Collaborative Use of Wireless Tablet PCs. With Shannon Sexton
and Julia Williams. In:
*The Impact of Tablet PCs and Pen-based Technology: New Horizons*, Purdue University Press, 2009. [book web page] [abs]

- Mapping the discrete logarithm. With Daniel R. Cloutier.
Involve, 3:197--213,
2010. [publisher]
[pdf (for
screen)]
[pdf (for
printing)]

- Counting Fixed Points, Two-Cycles, and Collisions of the
Discrete Exponential Function using p-adic Methods. With
Margaret M. Robinson.
*Journal of the Australian Mathematical Society*, 92: 163-178, 2012. (Special issue in memory of Alf van der Poorten) [publisher] [xxx]

- A Good Hash Function is Hard to Find, and Vice Versa.
*Cryptologia*, 37:107-119, 2013. [pdf]

Acknowledgement: This is an Author's Accepted Manuscript of an article published in*Cryptologia*, copyright Taylor & Francis, available online at: http://www.tandfonline.com/10.1080/01611194.2012.687429. [publisher]

- Demitasse: A ``Small'' Version of the Tiny Encryption
Algorithm and its Use in a Classroom Setting.
*Cryptologia*, 37:74-83, 2013. [pdf]

Acknowledgement: This is an Author's Accepted Manuscript of an article published in*Cryptologia*, copyright Taylor & Francis, available online at: http://www.tandfonline.com/10.1080/01611194.2012.660237. [publisher]

- Bounds and statistics for fixed points of the self-power
map. With Matthew Friedrichsen. Preprint. [xxx]

- Mapping the discrete logarithm. With Daniel R. Cloutier.
ANTS VII, 2006.

- Abstract [pdf (conference web site)]
- Poster [pdf
(conference web site)] [slideshare]

- A statistical look at maps of the discrete logarithm.
With Nathan Lindle. ANTS VIII, 2008.

- Abstract [pdf
(conference web site)] [pdf]
Also published in
*Communications in Computer Algebra*, 42:57–59, 2008. [publisher or publisher] - Poster [pdf
(conference web site)] [pdf]
[slideshare]

- Math in Your Hands: Integrating the Use of Maple with
the Collaborative Use of Wireless Tablet PCs. WIPTE, 2008.

- Poster [slideshare] [abs]

- Fixed points and two-cycles of the self-power map. ANTS
X, 2012.

- Abstract [pdf (conference web site)] [pdf]
- Poster [pdf (conference web site)] [pdf] [slideshare]

- Understanding the Magic: Teaching
Cryptography with Just the Right Amount of Mathematics
- Abstract [pdf]
- Slides [pdf] [slideshare]

- Cryptography and Computer Security for Undergraduates (Panel,
SIGCSE 2004)
- Abstract [pdf]
- Moderator (Paul De Palma, Gonzaga University) [html]
- Cryptography and Computer Security for Undergraduates (Suzanne Gladfelter, Penn State York) [html]
- Applied Cryptography (Charles Frank, Northern Kentucky University) [html]
- Mathematical Cryptography (Joshua Holden) [pdf] [slideshare]

- Underwater Hacker Missile Wars: A Multidisciplinary Design
Competition (ASEE 2005. With Richard Layton, Tina Hudson and
Laurence D. Merkle) [html]

- Number Theory, Polynomials, and the Advanced Encryption
Standard

- Slides [pdf] [slideshare]
[abs]

- Handout on S-AES [pdf]

- Slides [pdf] [slideshare]
[abs]
- The Pohlig-Hellman Exponentiation Cipher as a Bridge Between
Classical and Modern Cryptography

- Slides [pdf] [slideshare]
[abs]

- Slides [pdf] [slideshare]
[abs]
- ``How Do You Say 'Cryptography' in Romanian?'' Learning About
Integers from Ciphers in Different Languages [slideshare]
[abs]

- A Good Hash Function is Hard to Find, and Vice Versa [slideshare] [abs]

- Modular Arithmetic and Trap Door Ciphers (RSA)

- Newest version [pdf] [slideshare] [abs]
- Older version (uglier, but longer) [html]

- A Tour of Public Key Cryptography (and of Number Theory) (Merkle's Puzzles, Diffie-Hellman, RSA, Massey-Omura, etc.) [html] [abs]
- AMS Special Session on Mathematics and Mathematics Education
in Fiber Arts (January 2005 Joint Mathematics Meetings) [web page]
- The graph theory of Blackwork embroidery (joint work with Lana Holden) [slideshare] [abs] [web page 1] [web page 2] [web page 3]
- Exhibit [web page]
- AMS "Highlights of the 2005 Joint Mathematics Meetings" [web page]

- Blackwork Embroidery and Algorithms for Maze Traversals [slideshare]
[abs]

- How to Paint Your Way out of a Maze [slideshare]
[abs]

- Two versions of a talk on math and art:

- Braids, Cables, and Cells: An Interesting Intersection of Mathematics, Computer Science, and Art (more general examples) [slideshare] [abs]
- Braids, Cables, and Cells: An Intersection of
Mathematics, Computer Science, and Fiber Arts (knitting and
crochet examples) [slideshare]
[abs]

- Braids, Cables, and Cells II: Representing Art and Craft with
Mathematics and Computer Science [slideshare]
[abs]

- Stitching Graphs and Painting Mazes: Problems in
Generalizations of Eulerian Walks (joint work with Lana Holden)
[slideshare] [abs]

- Granny’s Not So Square, After All: Hyperbolic Tilings with
Truly Hyperbolic Crochet Motifs [slideshare]
[abs]

- Senior Thesis on ``Mapping
the Discrete Logarithm'', Daniel Cloutier, Computer
Science and Software Engineering department, 2004-2005.

- Senior Thesis on ``A
Statistical Look at Maps of the Discrete Logarithm'',
Nathaniel W. Lindle, Computer Science and Software
Engineering department, 2007-2008.

- Senior Thesis on ``Algebraic
Solutions
to
Overdefined Systems with Applications to Cryptanalysis'',
Eric Crockett, Computer Science and Software Engineering
department, 2010-2011.

- Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Projects:
- Mapping the Discrete Logarithm talk notes

- Announcing the Data Encryption Standard, Federal Information
Processing Standards Publication 46 (FIPS PUB 46), 1977 January
15. [pdf]

(No, I certainly didn't write this! But for some reason, there does not seem to be copy of this version of FIPS PUB 46 anywhere I can find on the web. So, here it is.)

- I did an email interview about cryptography with some very
nice students who were participating in a 2008 international
educational website design competition sponsored by
Oracle. Turns out they placed second in their division
("19 and under") and came up with a very nice site! Here
are links to the students'
site and my
interview.

- I was interviewed by Maplesoft for a User Case Study entitled
"Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Uses Maple to Improve
Learning for Two Thousand Students". It was published in a
booklet entitled
*Bring Learning to Life*and also online.