Monday, October 31, 2011

InfoSecHiComNet 2011

Last week I was attending a conference we helped organise in India entitled InfoSecHiComNet 2011. The conference received 122 submission, of which 14 went in to the conference program. These were complemented by invited talks by Jorn-Marc Schmidt, Ingrid Verbauwhede, Benedikt Gierlich, Saibal Pal, Palash Sarkar, and Sanjay Burman.

We expect that this conference will be repeated under the less general theme of "Cryptography and Cryptographic Engineering", which we hope will help encourage cryptography research in India. This conference is expected to complement CHES, since the number of submissions generally received by CHES demonstrates the popularity of research into topics related to cryptographic engineering. The intention is also to hold conferences that will not be in direct conflict with Indocrypt.

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