Nikolay Kaleyski, Ph.D.

I am currently a tenure track associate professor at the Department of Informatics of the University of Bergen. I do research on cryptographic Boolean functions, with an emphasis on the classes of APN and AB functions. My research lies at the intersection of applied mathematics and computer science, and utilizes a mixture of theoretical and computational methods. Please see a list of my publications and my curriculum vitae for more details on my scientific activities.

I have previously taught and been TA for several courses at the University of Bergen, namely INF240 (Basic Tools for Coding theory and Cryptography), INF143A (Applied Cryptography and INF242 (Information Theory).

In my spare time, I try to make respectable efforts at hiking, long-distance running, reading and writing poetry.