10.30am to 4.30pm, Tuesday 24 July
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In the modern age of information and mass communication, how do governments, companies and people like you and me keep secrets safe?
During this workshop students will learn how to build the modern-day equivalent of ancient roman ciphers, invent their own cryptography and also see how, no matter how good the encryption, you can (almost) always find the secret message.
Chris Darby holds a degree in electronic and information engineering from Imperial College and has been programming since he was 14.
During his time studying, he worked as a software engineer for various companies around the world, developing everything from industrial control systems to karaoke software.
Chris has been running cryptography Masterclasses with the Ri for the past few years and is looking forward to returning to Summer Schools this year.
This workshop is strictly for 16–18 year-olds and will include a 45 minute unsupervised lunch break. Students should bring lunch and a drink, pens, pencils and a USB drive if they wish to take their work home.
This workshop is based on an Ri Computer Science Masterclass. Students who have attended a Masterclass series which included a session on a similar topic may have already seen some of the content in this workshop. Please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
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