Academic Profile

Dr Oggier is currently in the School of Physical and Mathematical Sciences. She received her Bachelor degree in Mathematics and her Master degree in Mathematics and Computer Science from the University of Geneva, CH. She received her Ph.D. degree from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL), CH. She has been a visiting researcher at the California Institute of Technology (Pasadena, USA) for 2 years, and at the Research Center for Information Security (Tokyo, Japan) for a year. Her research interests include applications of algebra and number theory to coding and security.
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Assoc Prof Frederique Elise Oggier
Associate Chair (Research)
Associate Professor, School of Physical & Mathematical Sciences - Division of Mathematical Sciences

Dr Oggier's research interests are in applications of algebra and number theory to coding and security.
  • Seed Funding

  • SPMS General Research Account

  • Start-Up Grant
  • G. Berhuy, F. Oggier, “Quadratic Form Approach to Construction A of Lattices over Cyclic Algebras", Journal of Pure and Applied Algebra, Volume 225, Issue 6, June 2021.

  • F. Oggier, S. Phetsouvanh, A. Datta, “BiVA: Bitcoin Network Visualization & Analysis”, ICDM 2018.

  • F. Oggier, J.-C. Belfiore, “On the Secrecy Gain of Extremal Even l-modular Lattices”, Experi-mental Mathematics, 24 Jan 2018.

  • E. Thomas, N. Markin, F. Oggier, “On Abelian Group Representability of Finite Groups”, Ad-vances in Mathematics of Communications, vol. 8, no. 2, May 2014.

  • F. Oggier, A. Datta, “Self-repairing Homomorphic Codes for Distributed Storage Systems”, INFOCOM 2011.

  • F. Oggier, B. Hassibi, “The Secrecy Capacity of the MIMO Wiretap Channel”, IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, vol. 57, no 8, August 2011.

  • F. Oggier, J.-C. Belfiore, E. Viterbo. “Cyclic division algebras: a tool for space-time coding”, Foundations and Trends in Communications and Information Theory, December 2007.

  • E. Bayer-Fluckiger, F. Oggier, E. Viterbo. “New algebraic constructions of rotated Z n -lattice constellations for the Rayleigh fading channel”, IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, vol. 50, no 4, April 2004.