IEEE International Symposium on Hardware Oriented Security and Trust
(HOST) "the premier event aiming to facilitate the rapid growth of
hardware security research and development" has opened the call for

The 16th annual HOST will be held 
May 1-4, 2023 
San Jose, California. 

HOST 2023 invites original contributions in all areas of overlap
between hardware and security, including but not limited to the

- Hardware Trojans
- TRNGs and PUFs
- Side-Channel Attacks and Countermeasures
- Hardware Obfuscation
- Architecture-level Security
- System/Board-level hardware security
- Cryptography-PQC
- Fault Injection Attacks and Countermeasures

HOST 2023 has two submission windows. The page limit is 10 pages
(excluding references), in double column, IEEE format. There is no
limit on the length of the bibliography. Only work that has not been
previously published at the time of the submission will be
considered. Duplicate submissions to concurrent conferences/journals
are not permissible, and if encountered will be rejected and reported
to IEEE. The paper selection will involve a double-blind review - the
identity of authors must not be revealed, directly or indirectly, over
the course of the entire process, with all references to the
author(s)' own previous work or affiliations in the bibliographic
citations being in the third person. Avoid the use of "omitted for
blind review" in the bibliography section and make sure that the PDF
metadata does not contain author information.

Fall Submission
October 17, 2022: Submission of Paper
December 15, 2022: Notification of Acceptance
December 30, 2022: Camera-ready Version

Winter Submission
January 16, 2023: Submission of Paper
March 1, 2023: Notification of Acceptance
March 10, 2023: Camera-ready Version

HOST 2023 also accepts proposals for tutorials and demos. More
information will be disseminated in future calls. For detailed
submission information, please visit the HOST website:

Contact Information:
Program Chairs:
 -  Farimah Farahmandi (Email:
 -  Sheng Wei (Email: