Peter Landrock

Peter Landrock (born August 20, 1948 in Horsens ) is a Danish cryptographer and mathematician. He is known for his contributions to data encryption methods and codes. Peter has been active since the 1970s as research scientist and faculty member for Cambridge University and the University of Aarhus and others, and was active for Microsoft and Cryptomathic. He has been visiting professor at Oxford University, Leuven University and Princeton University. (source: Wikipedia)

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