Xiaoyun Wang make the contribution to cryptology and cryptologic mathematics. She gave the collision attack on the world widely used hash function standards MD5 and SHA-1, subkey recovery attack on Message Authentication Codes ALPHA-MAC, MD5-MAC and PELICAN, also gave the distinguishing attack on HMAC-MD5. There are 4 papers awarded the Best Paper, including CRYPTO 2005 and EUROCRYPT 2005 best papers. Her joint paper with Hongbo Yu “How to Break MD5 and other Hash Functions” was given Thomson Reuters Research Fronts Award 2008.
Due to her contribution to
cryptology, Xiaoyun Wang was awarded the CSIAM Su
Buchin Prize in 2010, the Second Class Prize of
National Natural Science Award in 2008, the first
Prize of Natural Science by Chinese Ministry of
Education, the Tan Kah Kee Science Award, the Qiushi
Outstanding Scientist Award, and China Young Women
Scientists Award in 2006. She has successfully
finished the projects supported by National Science
Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars, National
Natural Science Foundation of China (Key Program)
and “863” fund.
B.S., Mathematics Department , Shandong University,
M.S., Mathematics Department , Shandong University,
Ph.D., Mathematics Department , Shandong University,
Lecturer, Mathematics Department, Shandong University, 7/1993-6/1995.
Assistant Professor, Mathematics Department, Shandong University, 7/1995-6/2001.
Professor, School of Mathematics, Shandong University, 7/2001 -Present.
Professor, Institute for Advanced Study, Tsinghua University, 7/2005-Present.
Director of the Key Lab of Cryptography Technology and Information Security, Ministry of Education, Shandong University, 1/2006-Present
Director of Center for Cryptology Study, Tsinghua University, 12/2009-Present
Program Co-chair of ASIACRYPT 2011.
Program Co-chair of CANS 2011.
Program Committee of EUROCRYPT 2007
Editor of Advances in Mathematics of Communications, 2005 – Present
Program Co-chair of PKC 2007
Standing Director of Chinese Association for Cryptologic Research(CACR), 2008-Present
Director of Technical Committee on Cryptologic Mathematics, CACR, 2010-Present
Abstract Algebra, 1995-1997.
Number Theory and Abstract Algebra,2002.
Analysis and Design for Symmetric Cipher, 2002-Present.
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