Monika Trimoska

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Monika Trimoska is an assistant professor at the Coding Theory and Cryptology group at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). Her primary research interest is cryptanalysis of post-quantum cryptosystems, specifically multivariate, code-based, and isogeny-based. Her goal is to ensure, first from a theoretical and then from a practical point of view, that the security of emerging cryptosystems is thoroughly investigated before their deployment in the real world. More info at

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Trimoska obtained her Ph.D. in cryptography under the supervision of Gilles Dequen and Sorina Ionica at the University of Picardie, in France, where she was subsequently a teaching and research assistant. After that, she was a postdoc at Radboud University, working with Simona Samardjiska and Peter Schwabe, until she joined TU/e in 2023.


"Cryptography is where negative results of complexity theory are positive." - Unknown


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