PhD, Cambridge University, Cryptography, number theory and combinatorics
Cryptography, number theory, Diophantine approximation
Tom Cusick's research is in cryptography, especially Boolean function applications; number theory, particularly Diophantine approximation and algebraic number theory; and combinatorics.
Highly nonlinear plateaued functions, IET Information Security 11 (2017), 78-81.
Weight recursions for any rotation symmetric Boolean functions, IEEE Transactions on Information Theory 64 (2018), 2962-2968.
(with G. M. Jacquez and 10 other authors) Geospatial cryptography: a new research direction in geographic information science, Journal of Geographical Systems 19 (3) (2017), 197-220.
(with Lakshmy K. V. and M. Sethumadhavan) Affine equivalence of monomial rotation symmetric Boolean functions: a Polya’s theorem approach, Journal of Mathematical Cryptology 10 (2016), 145-156.
Hamming weights of symmetric Boolean functions, Discrete Applied Mathematics 215 (2016), 14-19.
Permutation equivalence of cubic rotation symmetric functions, International Journal of Computer Mathematics 92 (2015), 1568-1573.
(with Bryan Johns) Theory of 2-rotation symmetric cubic Boolean functions, Designs,
Codes and Cryptography 76 (2015), 113-133.
(with Lakshmy K. V. and M. Sethumadhavan) Counting rotation symmetric functions using Polya’s theorem, Discrete Applied Mathematics 169 (2014), 162-167.
(with Younhwan Cheon) Affine equivalence of quartic homogeneous rotation symmetric Boolean functions, Information Sciences 259 (2014), 192-211.
Finding Hamming weights without looking at truth tables, Cryptography and Communications 5 (2013), 7-18.