Title: 密碼與生活(for audiences with undergraduate study)
First, I will give an introduction of Cryptography and the development of Cryptography from ancient time to modern time. Public-key concept will be introduced and related to the importance of Network Security. I will then introduce the “Art in Cryptography” to explore properties existed in most popular cryptographic schemes currently.
I will briefly review my life experience and lessons learned so far. An interesting story learned from the Chair ofAsiaCrypt 2003, Prof. Laih, in 2004 aboutHobbywill be discussed. The importance of choosing a hobby in life will be addressed.
The conversation with a retired professor majoring in Chinese in 2010 on the subject ofArt in Chinese Paintingwill be introduced. This conversation has changed my life since then. Chinese writing has become my hobby.
LeinHarn（韩亮），美国密苏里大学堪萨斯分校机电工程系教授，也是国内多所高校的客座教授。LeinHarn教授于1977年获得国立台湾大学电子工程理学学士学位，1980年获得纽约州立大学工电子工程硕士学位，1984年获得明尼苏达大学电子工程博士学位。LeinHarn教授的研究领域包括加密技术、网络安全与无线通信安全等。迄今为止，他已在数字签名的设计及应用、无线网络安全等方面发表了众多学术论文，撰写专著两部。讲授《数据安全与密码学》、《通信与网络安全》、《计算机系统入门》、《编码理论》等数10门课程。其学术论文在计算机及密码学领域的多个国际顶级期刊及顶级会议刊出，如IEEE Trans on Computers, IEEE Trans. on Communications, IEEE Trans. on Circuits and Systems, IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, IEEE Trans. on Software Engineering, IEEE Trans. on Knowledge and Data Engineering, ACM SIGICE Bulletin, IEEE Trans. On Information Theory, IEEE Trans. on Dependable and Secure Computing,以及CRYPTO，ASIACRYPT，AUSCRYPT，IEEE INFOCOM，ACM SIGCOMM等。目前，他正在研究数字签名和秘密共享在通信应用中的新方法。
Lein Harn(韓亮)received the B.S. degree in electrical engineering from the National Taiwan University in 1977, the M.S. degree in electrical engineering from the State University of New York-Stony Brook in 1980, and the Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from the University of Minnesota in 1984. In 1984, he joined the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Missouri- Columbia as an Assistant Professor, and in 1995, he has been promoted as a Full Professor, University of Missouri, Kansas City (UMKC). While at UMKC, he went on development leave to work in Racal Data Group, Florida for a year. His research interests include cryptography, network security, and wireless communication security. He has published over hundred research journal papers on digital signature design and applications, and wireless and network security. He has written two books on security. He is currently investigating new ways of using secret sharing in various applications.