My CV

Basic data Name: Andrzej Chmielowiec
E-mail: ac181080@students.mimuw.edu.pl; andrzej.chmielowiec@cmmsigma.eu
Year of birth: 1979
Marital status: married
Education
Employment
  • 2007 - till now
    My own company: The Center of Mathematical Modeling Sigma.
  • 2002 - 2006
    Cryptographer at Enigma Information Security Systems Ltd.:
    • public key algorithms implementation: RSA, DSA, DH, ECDSA and ECDH,
    • implementation of ECC (Elliptic Curve Cryptography) algorithms for FPGA structures,
    • implementation of ECPC (Elliptic Curve Point Counting) algorithms,
    • implementation of deterministic primality test based on Gauss and Jacobi sums,
    • research and development.
  • 2001 - 2002
    Trainee at Enigma.
Skills Numbers in parenthesis denote skill level: 1 - basic, 2 - good and 3 - very good.
  • Mathematics:
    • algebra and number theory (3)
    • general higher mathematics (2)
  • Computer science and programming:
    • C/C++ (3)
    • Verilog (3)
    • VHDL (2)
    • concurrent programming - OpenMP (2)
    • HTML/CSS and PHP (3)
    • TCP/IP (2)
    • modules and drivers for Linux system (1)
    • data bases MySQL and Postgres (1)
  • Cryptology and information security:
    • public key cryptography (3)
    • symmetric ciphers and private key cryptography (3)
    • security protocols for TCP/IP (2)
    • SSL module for Apache (2)
    • OpenSSL (3)
    • OpenVPN (3)
  • Electronics:
    • programming 8-bit AVR microcontrollers (3)
    • programming FPGA and CPLD devices (3)
    • environment EAGLE for electronics circuits development (2)
  • Languages:
    • English (2)
    • German (1)
Conferences, courses and certificates International conferences:
  • XI International Workshops for Young Mathematicians Number Theory - 14-20 September 2008, Kraków (article publication Asymptotic arithmetic for polynomials and formal power series).
  • 1st NATO International Conference on Military Command Information Systems, 18-19 September 2006, Gdynia (article publication Elliptic curve cryptography in small devices).
  • Conference on Hash Functions, 23-24 June 2005, Kraków.
  • Eurocrypt, 22-26 Mai 2005, Aarhus.
  • 6th NATO Regional Conference on Military Communications and Information Systems, 6-8 October 2004 (article publication Primality proving with Gauss and Jacobi Sums).
  • Wartacrypt, 1-3 July 2004, Będlewo.
  • 4th Advanced Encryption Standard Conference, 10-12 Mai 2004, Bonn.
  • Eurocrypt, 4-8 Mai 2003, Warszawa.
  • Cryptology - fundamentals and frontiers, 28 April - 3 Mai 2003, Będlewo.
Polish conferences:
Achievements
  • 2008 September
    Article publication Asymptotic arithmetic for polynomials and formal power series - XI International Workshop for Young Mathematicians.
  • 2007 March
    Market introduction of USB token with ECDSA (Elliptic Curve Digital Signature Algorithm). Token was integrated with OpenSSL and OpenVPN. Details concerning this project were gathered into article Elliptic curve cryptography in small devices.
  • 2006 October
    Article publication Elliptic curve cryptography in small devices - 1st NATO International Conference on Military Command Information Systems 2006.
  • 2006 August
    I finished implementation of SEA algorithm for ECPC (Elliptic Curve Point Counting) and cryptographic domain generation for finite fields with characteristic p > 3.
  • 2004 September
    Article publication Primality proving with Gauss and Jacobi Sums - 6th NATO Regional Conference on Military Communications and Information Systems 2004. Article was also published in the special volume of Journal of telecommunications and information technology.
  • 2004 February
    I finished implementation of deterministic primality test algorithm based on Gauss and Jacobi sums.
  • 2003 February
    I finished implementation of Satoh algorithm for ECPC (Elliptic Curve Point Counting) and cryptographic domain generation for finite fields with characteristic 2.
  • 1998
    Final of National Competition in Physics.
Interests
  • Job interests:
    • algebra and number theory,
    • cryptography and information security,
    • applications of mathematics in computer science, electronics and telecommunication,
    • digital signal processing and image reconstruction.
  • General interests:
    • history of mathematics,
    • physics.