One of the pioneers of Post-quantum Distributed Ledger Cryptography, Professor Dr Robert Campbell has been awarded the prestigious Fellowship of The British Blockchain Association (FBBA).
Dr Campbell PhD is a Chair of Quantum Computing Research Program at Capitol Technology University, USA. He has authored pioneering work in the field of post-quantum cryptography, evidenced by a series of novel research papers in the field:
In addition to the above, Prof Campbell has presented his work at International Scientific Conferences and has received many Best Research Paper Awards for his work on Post Quantum Distributed Ledger Cryptography.
Many of his recommendations made in 2019-2020 have now been taken up by enterprises and governments, in particular alternatives to ECDSA, such as Lattice based cryptography: Rob Campbell’s Recommendations
Prof Campbell has recently published a 69-page technical report on how Blockchain providers can tackle quantum threats: How to Tackle Quantum Threats
Prof Campbell is also a prolific public speaker and regularly invited to talk about post-quantum blockchains, NIST updates, and post-quantum enterprise blockchains. Prof Campbell is an educator at Capitol Technology University where he teaches and mentors PhD candidates on Post-Quantum Cryptography. He is also affiliated as a Senior Cryptologist/Cyber-Security expert at International Association for Cryptologic Research, American Society of Digital Forensics & eDiscovery and Information Systems Security Association.