Univ.-Prof. Dr. Clemens Fuchs

MSc Theses

  • Sebastian Heintze, Ausgewählte Eigenschaften von elliptischen Kurven (2018)
  • Gerhard Holzer, Geteilte Geheimnisse (2015)
  • Andreas Taber,  Primfaktorzerlegung in Zahlenringen (2015)
  • Christoph Hofer, The unit equation over function fields and applications (2013)

Diploma  

  • Bogner Michael Philipp,  Integraltransformationen: Anwendungen der Fourier-, Laplace- und Mellin-Transformation (2017)
  • Michael Illmer, Warum beschreiben Zahlen die Wirklichkeit so genau?: Konstruktion der Wirklichkeit und konstruktive Mathematik (2014)
  • Maria-Anna Kern, Das Millenniumproblem P = ? NP: Grundlagen der Komplexitätstheorie & Anwendungen (2014)

PhD Theses

  • Christina Karolus, Composition of polynomials, lacunarity, and linear recurrences (2019)
  • Christoph Hutle, Diophantine triples and linear recurrence sequences (2018)

Ao.Univ.-Prof. Dr. Peter Hellekalek

MSc Theses    

  • Markus Hittmeir, Primzahltests und Faktorisierungsverfahren (2015)
  • Anna-Maria Kopf, b-adic Function Systems (2014)
  • Manuel Steinberger, Quantenkryptographie: Das BB84-Protokoll (2011)    
  • Peter Kurz, Mathematical principles of stream ciphers - Linear feedback shift registers (2011)
  • Simon Haegele , On the Torus (2011)
  • Christian Polt, A p-adic Spectral Test (2011)    
  • Florian Greinecker, Finite Dynamical Systems (2010)    
  • Josef Reichinger, Dyadic Diaphony (2010)    
  • Johannes Stemeseder, On the Spectral Test (2009)
  • Michael Kocher, Nonlinear Boolean Functions (2008)
  • Elmar Pauwels, Applied Aspects of p-adic Integers (2008)

Diploma  

  • Gaisbauer Stefanie,  Kryptographie als Grundlage elektronischen Geldes (2016)
  • Elisabeth Linner, Digitales Geld : kryptographische Grundlagen von digitalen Zahlungssystemen in Hinblick auf die dezentralisierte Währung Bitcoin (2015)
  • Amelie Biberger, Zu Pi (2014)
  • Katharina Schneeweiß, Klassische kryptographische Methoden (2013)    
  • Elke Berger, Primality Tests (2013)         
  • Andreas Kaplinger, Die Konstruktion regelmäßiger n-Ecke mit Zirkel und Lineal (2013)
  • Stefanie S. Loiperdinger, Linear and Differential Cryptanalysis and Recent Attacks on SHA-1 (2007)    
  • Sigrid Panisch, General Collision Aspects of Hash Functions (2007)    
  • Werner Kendlbacher, Asymmetrische Kryptografie - Ein Arbeitsbuch für den Bildungsbereich (2007)
  • Marianne Hirschbichler, Der Fingerabdruck als biometrischer Autorisierungscode zur Ablösung einer elektronischen Signatur (2005)
  • Karin Wallnstorfer, Die Entschlüsselung der Enigma (2005)    
  • Andrea Röck, Pseudorandom Number Generators for Cryptographic Applications (2005)
  • Dennis Hammer, A Reader on Internet Security (2000)    
  • Karin Schaber, Digital Inversive Congruential Generators (1997)         
  • Otmar Lendl, Explicit Inversive Pseudorandom Number Generators (1996)    
  • Stefan Wegenkittl, Empirical Testing of Pseudorandom Number Generators (1995)  
  • Hannes Leeb, Random Numbers for Computer Simulation (1995)        
  • Andreas Weingartner, Nonlinear congruential pseudorandom number generators (1994)

PhD Theses

  • Markus Hittmeir, On the Complexity of Integer Factorization and Related Problems (2018)
  • Alexander Bors, On Dynamical Aspects of Finite Group Endomorphisms (2016)
  • Karin Schaber, Digital Inversive Random Number Generators (2000)    
  • Stefan Wegenkittl, Generalized \phi-Divergence and Frequency Analysis in Markov Chains (1998)    
  • Hannes Leeb, Stochastic Proberties of Diaphony (1997)    
  • Karl Entacher, Generalized Haar function systems in the theory of uniform distribution of sequences modulo one (1995)

Ao.Univ.-Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Schmid

MSc Theses

  • Lukas Seiwald, Die Eulersche Identität (e^iπ)+1=0 (2016)
  • Johannes M. Brunnauer, Lineare Codes und (t,m,s)-Netze (2014)    
  • Klemens M. Ludwig, Euklid & Wythoff - Kombinatorische Spiele in der aktuellen Forschung (2013)
  • Brigitte Lottermoser, Eigenschaften von Fibonacci Zahlen in Bezug auf die Eulersche Phi-Funktion (2012)
  • Florian Pausinger, Discrepancy of generalised van der Corput sequences (2011) 
  • Iris Winterberger, Lucas-Folgen und weitere Primzahltests (2010)    
  • Alexander Schnell, Rechnergestützte Gebietseinteilung als Anwendung der linearen Optimierung (2010)    
  • Verena Horak, On the Minimum Distance of Cyclic Codes (2008)

Diploma

  • Tobias Fellner, Würfelverdopplung und Winkeldreiteilung (2014)    
  • Benjamin Reichenwallner, Vollkommene Zahlen (2013)    
  • Iris Winterberger, Primzahltests (2008)
  • Horst Trinker, Linear Programming Bounds on Ordered Orthogonal Arrays (2007)

PhD Theses

  • Horst Trinker, New bounds for codes, ordered codes, orthogonal arrays and (t,m,s)-nets (2010) 
  • Rudolf Schürer, Ordered Orthogonal Arrays And Where to Find Them (2006)
  • Peter Kritzer, Discrepancy Estimates for Two-Dimensional Nets and Sequences (2004)

Ass.-Prof. Dr. Volker ZIEGLER

MSc Theses

  • Ingrid Vukusic, Application of complex and p-adic linear forms in logarithms in Diophantine equations (2019)

Diploma 

  • Martin Hebenstreit, Färbung von Graphen: Grundlagen, Algorithmen und Anwendungen (2018)
  • Robert Hemetsberger, Die Mathematik der Knoten - das Jones-Polynom (2016)
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    An international conference, 13 - 15 November, 2019, organized by SALZBURG MUSEUM and theUNIVERSITY OF SALZBURG, Conference Director: Univ.-Prof. Dr. Christoph Kühberger.
    Date: 14.11.2019 // Time: 18: 30h s.t. - 20: 00h // Location: Hörsaal 207 of the Faculty of Law,the University of Salzburg // Churfürststraße 1 // A-5020 Salzburg // (access signposted)
    Priv-Doz. Dr. Matthias Kropf will give a guest lecture on the subject of "Phylogeographical Studies of selected Steppe Plants in the Pannonian and Western Pontic Region" on 15 November, 2019, at 14:00 in HS 421 of the Faculty of Natural Sciences, Hellbrunnerstrasse 34. The Department of Life Sciences invites you to attend!
    Margit Reiter, new professor for European Contemporary History at the Department of History since WS 2019, presents her new book "Die Ehemaligen" in HS 381, GesWi, Rudolfskai 42, on 20 November.
    The FB KoWi cordially invites you to attend a guest lecture on “How News Use is Changing Across the World”. Richard Fletcher - Reuters Institute, University of Oxford.
    The annual interdisciplinary Fachtagung des Wissensnetzwerks Recht, Wirtschaft und Arbeitswelt will take place on Thursday, 21 November, 2019, on the topic, "Work Anytime and Anywhere... Mobile Work and its Consequences" at the Edmundsburg.
    As part of the lecture series, Geschichte im Gespräch, and the lecture "Fundamentals of Medieval History (Christina Antenhofer)", Thorsten Hiltmann (Münster) will give a lecture on 26 November, 2019, at 09: 00h in HS 380 on Medieval Heraldry between Cultural History and New Digital Methods.
    THURSDAY, 21 Nov.: LECTURES (08.30-19:00h) at Wissenschaft & Kunst, Bergstr. 12a, KunstQuartier, Studio 1.OG // FRIDAY, 22 Nov: EXCURSION (08:30-16:00h) Memorial Concentration Camp Ebensee, memorial Mauthausen. Departure: At 08:30, from Unipark Nonntal, Erzabt-Klotz-Straße 1.
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    15.11.19 Symposion "Wirtschaftliche Betrachtungsweise"
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