IEEE International Symposium on HARDWARE-ORIENTED SECURITY and  
June 5-6 2011, Convention Center, San Diego, CA
Held in conjunction with DAC-2011 (

Dear Colleagues,

A wide range of applications, from secure RFID tagging to high-end  
trusted computing, relies on dedicated and trusted hardware platforms.  
The security and trustworthiness of such hardware designs are critical  
to their successful deployment and operation.

The IEEE International Symposium on Hardware Oriented Security and
Trust seeks original contributions in the area of hardware-oriented
security. This includes tools, design methods, architectures, and
circuits. In addition, novel applications of secure hardware are
especially welcome.

HOST 2011 seeks contributions based on, but not limited to, the  
following topics.
 -  Trojan detection and isolation
 -  Implementation Attacks and Countermeasures
 -  Side channel Analysis and Fault Analysis
 -  Intellectual Property Protection and Metering
 -  Tools and Methodologies for Secure Hardware Design
 -  Hardware Architectures for Cryptography
 -  Hardware Security Primitives: PUFs and TRNGs
 -  Applications of Secure Hardware
 -  Interaction of Secure Hardware and Software

Authors are invited to submit original papers via electronic
submission on the symposium submission website:

The paper is limited to 6 pages, double column, IEEE format, with a
minimum font size of 10 points. Manuscripts must be anonymous and must
not identify the submitting authors, directly or indirectly.
Submissions must present original, unpublished work, not currently
under review at another conference or journal. For more information

Submission of Paper/Extended Abstract: January 19, 2011
Notification of Acceptance: March 21, 2011
Camera Ready Paper: April 11, 2011