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 6 857  Network and Computer Security
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Massachusetts Institute of Technology 6 857 Network and Computer Security Professor Ronald L Rivest Handout 1 September 4 2003 Course Information Lecturer Professor Ronald L Rivest NE43 324 253 5880 rivest mit edu Office Hours by appointment Teaching Assistants Chris Peikert NE43 313 253 7843 cpeikert mit edu Office Hours Wednesday 3 5pm Simson Garfinkel NE43 536 253 6023 simsong lcs mit edu Office Hours Wednesday 12 15 2pm in room 38 644 Secretary Be Blackburn NE43 322 253 6098 be theory lcs mit edu Staff Email 6 857 staff mit edu 1 Prerequisites The prerequisites for the course are 6 033 Computer System Engineering and 6 042J Mathematics for Computer Science It is recommended that students have had 6 046J Introduction to Algorithms and experience with modular arithmetic 2 Units This is a 12 unit 3 0 9 U level course intended primarily for seniors and first year graduate students Graduate students will not receive H credit for this class 3 Lectures Lectures will be held in Room 6 120 on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2 30 to 4 00 P M A schedule of topics will be posted on the Web page Unlike previous years we will not provide lecture notes except for a few lectures covering bleeding edge material Notes from previous years are on the class Web page and in the Barker Engineering Library 4 The class online The course site page is at http theory lcs mit edu classes 6 857 This page links to an online registration form You must register for the course by completing this form by Friday September 5 There is a mailing list 6 857 students public mit edu which will be used to send out last minute announcements You are welcome to send email to this list when you find relevant material useful to the rest of the class We will use the Web page to make handouts and notes available online 2 5 6 857 Handout 1 Course Information Handouts Handouts will be available at the beginning of lecture or from the class file cabinet outside room NE43 311 If you take the last copy of a handout
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