Jintai Ding

Professor of Mathematics,
Department of Mathematical Sciences,
University of Cincinnati,
PO Box 210025,
Cincinnati, OH 45221-0025

Tel: (513) 556-4024
Fax: (513) 556-3417
E-mail: jintai.ding@uc.edu
Office: 829 Old Chemistry 

 

 

 


 

Currently I am visiting the Technical University of Darmstadt (Prof. Dr. Jintai Ding).   

 

In Cincinnati, we have a research group in Applied Algebra and Cryptography.

 

Education

 

Hefei No.1 High School (1984)

 

B.S. Xian Jiaotong University (1988)

 

M.S. University of Science and Technology of China (1990)

Advisor: Professor Hongwen Lu

 

Ph.D. Yale (1995)

Advisor: Professor Igor B. Frenkel

 

Awards

 

The Zhong Jia Qing prize for the master thesis titled "A Proof of a Conjecture of C. L. Siegel" from the Chinese Mathematical Society, 1990

 

Sloan Dissertation Fellowship, 1994-1995 

 

McMicken Dean’s Award for Distinguished Scholarship, College of Arts and Sciences, University of Cincinnati, 2005

 

Employment

 

Lecturer, Research Institute of Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto University, 1995-1998 

 

Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Cincinnati, 1998-1999 

 

Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Cincinnati, 1999-2001 

 

Tenured Associate Professor, Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Cincinnati, 2001

 

Professor, Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Cincinnati, 2006—

 

Visiting Professor, Department of Computer Sciences, Technical University of Darmstadt (Germany), 2006-2007

 

Research Interests

 

I.                    Cryptography and Network Security.

 

      Current Research Projects

 

1)      Internal perturbation of multivariable public key cryptosystems

2)      Rainbow, a family of fast and short public key signature cryptosystems

3)      Complexity problems related the new Gröbner Bases algorithms

4)      Differential attacks

5)      New algorithms for solving multivariable polynomial equations

6)      Provable security problems related to multivariable public key cryptosystems

7)      Large scale and efficient key distribution systems 

     

       Lectures

 

      Department of Computer Science, University of Versailles St-Quentin from Yvelines

 

      Department of Computer Science, Technische Universität Darmstadt

 

      Department of Mathematics, University of Zurich

 

      The Center for Education and Research in Information Assurance and Security (CERIAS), Purdue University

 

       Department of Mathematics, National University of Singapore

 

       State Key Lab of Information Security, Graduate School of the Chinese Academy of Science, Beijing

 

       University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei 

 

      Conference Lectures

 

       ANCS03, PKC04, PKC05, IWAP04

     

      Publications

 

 

      II.       Representation Theory and Number Theory

 

      Current Research Projects

 

1)      Analytical quantum Serre relations

2)      Universal R-matrix for quantum affine algebras

3)      Quantum vertex operator algebra

      

       Publications