Dr. Markus Schmidmeier

Dr. Rindy AndersonProfessor 
Department of Mathematical Sciences
561-297-0275
markus@math.fau.edu
Boca Raton - SE43, Room 272

Education

Ph.D. in Mathematics, Munich University, 1996

Research Interests

Finite fields: Efficient arithmetic, compact representations, Groebner basis computations.

Curve based cryptography: Elliptic and hyperelliptic curves, efficient arithmetic, pairings, discrete logarithm problem.

Cryptographic protocols: Side channel analysis, private biometrics, secure multi-party computation.

Research Description

 

Recent Publications

M. Kaniecki, J. Kosakowska and M. Schmidmeier, Operations on arc diagrams and degenerations for invariant subspaces of linear operators.   Part II, manuscript (2016), 29pp, arXiv.

 J. Kosakowska and M. Schmidmeier Finite direct sums of cyclic embeddings and an application to invariant subspace varieties, manuscript, 26pp (2016), arXiv.

 J. Kosakowska, M. Schmidmeier, and H. R. Thomas, Two Partial Orders for Littlewood-Richardson Tableaux, manuscript, 18pp (2015), arXiv.

 A. Moore and M. Schmidmeier, The Swiss Cheese Theorem for Linear Operators with Two Invariant Subspaces, Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 143, 5097-5111, (2015), arXiv.

 J. Kosakowska and M. Schmidmeier, The Boundary of the Irreducible Components for Invariant Subspace Varieties, manuscript, 35 pp (2014), arXiv

Scholarly Activities

Guest Professor at Nicolaus Copernicus University,  Toruń:   May 2015

Visiting the Collaborative Research Center,  Bielefeld:   May-June 2016

Symposion on Enumerative Combinatorics,   Boca Raton,  April 4, 2014

Full list of publications: http://brain.math.fau.edu/Schmidme/publications.html

Full website: http://brain.math.fau.edu/Schmidme/index.html