Aaron Frederick Lye
I am currently a Ph.D. student in the research group
Theoretical Computer Science
headed by Prof. Dr. Hans-Jörg Kreowski.
Besides this, I am research assistant at the research group
Combinatorial Algebraic Topology (CALTOP)
headed by Prof. Dr. Dmitry Feichtner-Kozlov
at the University of Bremen (Germany).
Before that I was research assistant at the research group
Computer Engineering/IT-Security (CEITS) headed by Prof. Dr. Tim Güneysu
also at the University of Bremen.
While studying bachelor and master I was student research assistant
in the research group Computer Architecture
headed by Prof. Dr. Rolf Drechsler.
My research interests are bipartite.
I work with Hans-Jörg Kreowski and Sabine Kuske in the field of graph transformation from a category and formal language theoretical perspective.
Besides this, I combine my passion for algebra, complexity theory, cryptography and quantum computation in the topic quantum complexity theory and post-quantum cryptography, i.e. conventional cryptographic systems which resist adversaries with quantum computation power.
Further information can be found on the following pages.
- Master Thesis: Synthesis and Optimization of Quantum Circuits for Nearest Neighbor Architectures, University of Bremen, Germany, 2016
Department of Mathematics (FB3),
University of Bremen,
MZH, Bibliothekstr. 5,
[my last name]@math.uni-bremen.de
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Beside my scientific activities, I try to support the Forum Computer Scientists for Peace and Social Responsibility (FIfF)
and the Tor project as best as I can.