The discovery of a new paradigm in cryptography -- public-key
cryptography [DiHe76] -- represented by the popular RSA cryptosystem
[AdRiSh78], caused a renewed interest for number theory and more
importantly for computations. Among the problems that naturally arose,
we find integer factorisation or primality proving. To tackle such
problems, one needs to find good, efficient and fast algorithms. This
caused the growth of the computational number theory.
There is a strong connection between the high-brow mathematics used
(such as elliptic curves, numbers fields, etc.) and the use of modern
computing means (parallelism, networks). These two main streams are
represented at LIX.
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