Research
Research Area: Finite Fields and Applications, Discrete Mathematics, Algebra and Number Theory
Research Interests: Finite
Fields and Applications in Coding Theory, Communications, and Cryptography; Enumerative and Additive Combinatorics; Additive and Computational Number Theory; In particular,
· Polynomials/functions over finite
fields, for exmaple, irreducible polynomials, permutation polynomials, primitive polynomials, planar functions, Boolean functions, etc.
· Sequences over finite fields, for
example, LFSR and NLFSR sequences, de Bruijn sequences, stream ciphers, pseudoramdom generators, linear complexity, correlations, etc.
· Applications of finite fields in Coding
Theory, Combinatorics, and Cryptography; for example, linear and quantum codes, value sets and list decoding, nonlinearity of functions over finite fields, S-boxes, etc.
Editorial Work:
·
Editorial board member of the journal Applicable Algebra in Engineering, Communication and Computing , Springer.
· Editorial board member of the journal Cryptography, MDPI.
·
Editorial board member of the journal Finite Fields and their Applications, Elsevier.
Publications
Students and Visitors
Carleton Finite Fields eSeminar
Ottawa-Carleton Combinatorics and Optimization
Seminar
Awards and Grants
Teaching
Fall 2021
Math4109A/Math6101F Fields and Coding Theory, Fall 2021.
See Brightspace for more details.
Courses taught in previous terms
- Math3825A/Math3855A/Comp3805A Discrete Structures and Applications, Fall 2020.
- Math 4805A/Math5605F/Comp4805A Theory of Automata, Fall 2020.
- Math3825A/Math3855A/Comp3805A Discrete Structures and Applications, Winter 2020.
- Math1800AIntroduction to Mathematical Reasoning, Fall 2019.
See CUlearn for more details.
- Math4109A/Math6101F Fields and Coding Theory, Fall 2019.
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- Math3825A/Math3855A/Comp3805A Discrete Structures and Applications, Winter 2019.
See CUlearn for more details.
- Math5900W Topics in Discrete Mathematics: Sequences in Finite Fields Winter 2019.
- Math3802A Combinatorial Optimization, Winter 2018.
- Math4907A Advance Honours Seminar, Fall 2016.
- Math3107A Linear Algebra III, Winter 2016. See here for more detail.
- Math3825A/Math3855A/Comp3805A Discrete Structures and Applications, Winter 2016. See here for more detail.
- Math3801A Linear Programming, Fall 2015. See here for more detail.
- Math4109A/Math6101F Fields and Coding Theory, Fall 2015. See here for more detail.
- Math3802A Combinatorial Optimization, Winter 2015. See CUlearn for more details. See here for topics actually covered in the class.
- Math3825A/3855A Discrete Structures and Applications , Winter 2015. See CUlearn for more details. See here for topics actually covered in the class.
- Math1104E Linear Algebra for Engineering or Science, Fall 2014.
- Math3809AIntroduction to Number Theory and Cryptography, Fall 2014.
- Math3802A Combinatorial Optimization, Winter 2015. See CUlearn for more details. See here for topics actually covered in the class.
- Math3825A/3855A Discrete Structures and Applications , Winter 2015. See CUlearn for more details. See here for topics actually covered in the class.
- Math1104F Linear Algebra for Engineering or Science, Winter 2014.
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- Math3158ARings and Fields, Winter 2014.
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- Math4109A/Math6101F Fields and Coding Theory, Fall 2013. See here for more detail.
- Math4805/Math5605F Theory of Automata, Fall 2013. See here for more detail.
- Math1104F Linear Algebra for Engineering or Science, Winter 2013.
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- Math3825A/Math3855A Discrete Structures and Applications, Winter 2013.
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- Math2108A Abstract Algebra I /Math3101A Algebraic Structures with Computer Applications, Fall 2012.
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- Math4109A/Math6101F Fields and Coding Theory, Fall 2012. See here for more detail.
- Math3809A Introduction to Number Theory and CryptographyFall 2011. See here for more detail.
- Math2108B Abstract Algebra I /Math3101B Algebraic Structures with Computer Applications, Fall 2011. See here for more detail.
- Math4109A/Math6101W Fields and Coding Theory, Winter 2011.
- Math2108B Abstract Algebra I
/Math3101B Algebraic Structures with Computer Applications,
Winter 2011.
- Math1104A Linear Algebra for Engineering or Science, Fall 2009. See here for more detail.
- Math3101A Algebraic Structures with Computer Applications, Fall 2009. See here for more detail.
- Math3101B Algebraic Structures with Computer Applications, Winter 2009. See here for more detail.
- Math3801A Linear Programming, Winter 2009. See here for more detail.
- Math3809A Introduction Number Theory and Cryptography , Fall 2008. See WebCT for more details.
- Math5609 Topics in combinatorial mathematics , Fall 2008.
- MATH 1102A Algebra. More detailed information will be found here.
Winter 2008
- MATH 3825A, Discrete Structures and Applications, More detailed information will be
found here.
Winter 2008
- Math1102A Algebra , Fall 2007.
- Math4109A/6101F Fields and coding theory , Fall 2007.
- MATH 3825A Discrete Structures and applications
More detailed information will be found here. Winter 2007
- MATH 2107C Linear Algebra II More
detailed information can be found here. Winter 2007.
- MATH 3809A Introduction to number theory and
cryptography Fall 2006.
- MATH 4109A/6101F Fields and Coding Theory Fall
2006.
- MATH 3805B Discrete Structures and Applications.
Winter 2006.
- MATH 5900Y Sequence Analysis Winter
2006.
- MATH 3101A Algebraic Structures with Computer Applications.
Fall 2005
- MATH 4109A/MATH 6101A Fields and Coding Theory, Fall
2005
- MATH 3802 Combinatorial Optimization ,
Winter 2005
- MATH 5801 Linear Optimization,
Winter 2005
- MATH 3805 Discrete Structures and Applications,
Fall 2004
- MATH 3805 Discrete Structures and Applications,
Summer 2004
- MATH 3801 Linear Programming,
Winter 2004
- MATH 5801 Linear Optimization,
Winter 2004
Address
Qiang (Steven) Wang
Professor
School of Mathematics and Statistics
Carleton University
1125 Colonel By Drive, Ottawa, Ontario
K1S 5B6
Office: HP4368
Tel: (613)520-2600 ext 2139
e-mail: wang at math dot carleton dot ca