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  1. Martin Edward Hellman (Nova Iorque, 2 de outubro de 1945) é um criptógrafo estadunidense. Conhecido por sua invenção do Diffie-Hellman, um método de criptografia desenvolvido em cooperação com Whitfield Diffie e Ralph Merkle.

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  2. Martin Edward Hellman (born October 2, 1945) is an American cryptologist and mathematician, best known for his invention of public-key cryptography in cooperation with Whitfield Diffie and Ralph Merkle.

  3. Martin E. Hellman is an emeritus professor of electrical engineering at Stanford, who co-invented public key cryptography with Diffie and Merkle. He has also worked on computer privacy, nuclear security, and relationship ethics, and co-authored a book on the latter topic.

  4. Martin Hellman is an emeritus professor of electrical engineering at Stanford University and a co-inventor of public key cryptography. He also works on nuclear security, peace, and relationship issues, and has received many honors and awards, including the Turing Prize.

  5. Martin Hellman is a cryptography pioneer and Stanford University professor emeritus. He invented and promulgated public-key cryptography and digital signatures with Whitfield Diffie and Ralph Merkle.

  6. Martin Hellman is a professor emeritus of electrical engineering at Stanford and a Turing Award winner for public key cryptography. He also has interests in computer privacy, ethics, and nuclear deterrence.

  7. www.computerhistory.org › profile › martin-hellmanMartin Hellman - CHM

    2 de abr. de 2024 · Martin Hellman was born in New York, New York, in 1945. He received a BE from New York University (1966), and an MS (1967) and PhD (1969) from Stanford University, all in electrical engineering. He is a cryptologist, professor, and computer privacy advocate.