Jana Sotáková
I am a PhD student of Christian Schaffner, Serge Fehr and Peter Bruin at Institute of Logic, Language and Computational the University of Amsterdam (ILLC) and a part of the QuSoft Crypto group. I started my PhD in 2019 and expect to graduate in 2023.I am working on:
 postquantum cryptography, especially isogenybased cryptography,
 computational number theory,
 quantum algorithms used for cryptanalysis.
News
 (7/23) I gave a talk at the studentorganized ANTS summer school on
"Elliptic curves, isogenies, and endomorphism rings".
The talk is available on Youtube and the writeup is here (rough draft but includes references and comments).
 (6/03) I gave a talk at the Linfoot number theory seminar in Bristol. The slides or writeup
 (6/03) I will be at the Isogenybased cryptography summer school in Bristol, December 1418 2020.
 (3/10)
I will be giving a talk about my work in the afternoon QSC session of the
Dutch Mathematical Congress (NMC). Links to the abstract and for the conference schedule.Unfortunately, the NMC has been cancelled but might still happen at a different date.  (2/14) Breaking DDH with genus theory with Wouter Castryck and Fre Vercauteren is out! The eprint article is
here.
For a cool explanation see this blogpost by Steven Galbraith or Luca de Feo's take on Twitter!
 (1/20) I will be a TA for the course on Supersingular Isogeny Graphs by Kristin Lauter during the Park City Mathematical Institute 2020 in July 2020.
 I was a visiting graduate student at the The Quantum Wave in Computing
semester program at the Simons Center from Jan 20 to Feb 7, 2020.
Articles and other work

Breaking the decisional DiffieHellman problem for class group actions using genus theory
Wouter Castryck and Jana Sotáková and Frederik Vercauteren
preprint available on eprint.  Adventures in Supersingularland
joint work with Sarah Arpin, Catalina CamachoNavarro, Kristin Lauter, Joelle Lim, Kristina Nelson and Travis Scholl
preprint available at eprint or at arXiv. 
Eta quotients and class fields of imaginary quadratic fields
masters thesis under the supervision of Marco Streng (Leiden, 2017) available here
Talks

Adventures in Supersingularland: A Look at Isogeny graphs
Diamant symposium, De Bilt, The Netherlands, November 2019 
Adventures in Supersingularland: A Look at Isogeny graphs
COSIC public key crypto seminar, Leuven November 2019 
Adventures in Supersingularland: A Look at Isogeny graphs
Student crypto seminar, Amsterdam, November 2019
slides 
Adventures in Supersingularland: A Look at Isogeny graphs
Ei/PSI seminar in Eindhoven, October 2019
slides
Recent conferences
 ECC 2019, December 24, 2019, Bochum
 IsogenyBased Cryptography Workshop, September 1617, 2019, Birmingham
 Women in Numbers, August 2630, 2019,
Rennes
project: Isogeny graphs. Lead by Kristin Lauter and Chloe Martindale, with Laia Amoros Carafi and Annamaria Iezzi.  Conference on Applied Algebraic Geometry, July 913, 2019, Bern
 CMIHIMR Summer School In Computational Number Theory, June 1728, 2019, Bristol
Teaching
 Modern Cryptography, Fall 2019
at UvA with Christian Schaffner and Jan Czajkowski
TA for introduction to cryptography for bachelor students in computer science  Math 16B, Spring 2019
at UC Berkeley with Kelli Talaska
GSI for the second semester of the introductory sequence in calculus for business majors  Math 16A, Fall 2018
at UC Berkeley with Kelli Talaska
GSI for the first semester of the introductory sequence in calculus for business majors  Math 1A, Spring 2018
at UC Berkeley with Richard Bamler
GSI for the first semester of the introductory sequence in calculus
Contact
📨️j . s . sotakova at uva . nl
Where to find me on the Web
My QuSoft profile . My ILLC website. My CWI website. My old website that contains some notes I've written.An accurate log of my athletics endeavours can be found here. I even have an Olympic.org site! I attended the Youth Olympic Games in 2010: Wikipedia article about my race.
My Alma Mater profile.
My blog. If my blog interests you, please send me a message. I will start blogging again.