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The International Conference on Cryptologic History has members from a variety of backgrounds and areas of expertise, from cryptanalysis to cipher machines. Members are encouraged to contribute presentations to the group.

Here are the profiles of ICCH speakers. Click on each speaker image to reveal more information below, including their bio, website and presentations.

Note: Effort has been made to ensure that the information on each speaker profile is accurate and up-to-date. To suggest a correction please contact the ICCH webmaster Patrick Hayes at info@cryptologichistory.org.

Marc Simons

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Netherlands
Bio:

Marc Simons is one of the co-founders of Crypto Museum, established with Paul Reuvers in 2008 as a virtual museum of cryptologic history. In 2001, he and Paul started work on the now famous Enigma-E, a simulator completely compatible with the war-time Enigma machine which they introduced at the Bletchley Park Reunion in 2003. As his day job, Marc founded his company YiG Engineering BV in 2000 and specializes in the development of electronic circuits for a variety of applications ranging from the Senseo coffee machine to state-of-the-art FPGA designs, for companies such as Philips and Xilinx.

Website:
http://www.cryptomuseum.com

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August 4, 2021

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Speakers
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Speakers

The International Conference on Cryptologic History has members from a variety of backgrounds and areas of expertise, from cryptanalysis to cipher machines. Members are encouraged to contribute presentations to the group.

Here are the profiles of ICCH speakers. Click on each speaker image to reveal more information below, including their bio, website and presentations.

Note: Effort has been made to ensure that the information on each speaker profile is accurate and up-to-date. To suggest a correction please contact the ICCH webmaster Patrick Hayes at info@cryptologichistory.org.

Upcoming presentations:
No upcoming presentations.
Past presentations:

Marc Simons

Country:
Netherlands
Bio:

Marc Simons is one of the co-founders of Crypto Museum, established with Paul Reuvers in 2008 as a virtual museum of cryptologic history. In 2001, he and Paul started work on the now famous Enigma-E, a simulator completely compatible with the war-time Enigma machine which they introduced at the Bletchley Park Reunion in 2003. As his day job, Marc founded his company YiG Engineering BV in 2000 and specializes in the development of electronic circuits for a variety of applications ranging from the Senseo coffee machine to state-of-the-art FPGA designs, for companies such as Philips and Xilinx.

Website:
http://www.cryptomuseum.com
Page last updated:

August 4, 2021

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