The Cryptographers' Track - RSA Conference 2011

Submission Deadline: August 20, 2010
Decision Notifications: October 20, 2010
Proceedings Version: November 15, 2010
Conference: February 14-18, 2011

Program Committee
Giuseppe Ateniese (Johns Hopkins U., USA)
Sasha Boldyreva (Georgia Tech, USA)
Xavier Boyen (U. de Liege, Belgium)
Jung Hee Cheon (Seoul National U., Korea)
Joo Yeon Cho (Nokia, Denmark)
Christophe De Canniere (KU Leuven, Belgium)
Orr Dunkelman (Weizmann I., Israel)
Steven Galbraith (U. of Auckland, New Zealand)
Craig Gentry (IBM Research, USA)
Philippe Golle (Palo Alto Research Center, USA)
Louis Goubin (U. de Versailles, France)
Iftach Haitner (Microsoft Research, USA)
Amir Herzberg (Bar Ilan U., Israel)
Dennis Hofheinz (Karlsruhe, Germany)
Stas Jarecki (UC Irvine, USA)
Marc Joye (Technicolor, France)
Ralf Kuesters (U. Trier, Germany)
Anna Lysyanskaya (Brown U., USA)
Alexander May (Ruhr U. Bochum, Germany)
Tal Moran (Harvard U., USA)
Daniele Micciancio (UCSD, USA)
Antonio Nicolosi (Stevens, USA)
Tatsuaki Okamoto (NTT, Japan)
Rafail Ostrovsky (UCLA, USA)
Josef Pieprzyk (Macquarie U., Australia)
David Pointcheval (ENS, France)
Berry Schoenmakers, (Eindhoven, Netherlands)
Alice Silverberg, (UC Irvine, USA)
Martijn Stam (EPFL, Switzerland)
Francois-Xavier Standaert (UCL, Belgium)
Berk Sunar (WPI, USA)
Nikos Triandopoulos (Boston U., USA)
Huaxiong Wang (NTU, Singapore)
Bogdan Warinschi (U. Bristol, UK)

Contact :
Aggelos Kiayias Program Chair CT-RSA 2011
Department of Informatics and Telecommunications
University of Athens
Panepistimiopolis, Ilisia, Athens Greece 15784
Tel : +30-210-7275239
Fax : +30-210-7275114
e-mail : aggelos-(at)


The RSA Conference is the largest annual computer security event, with  
over 350 vendors, and thousands of attendees. The Cryptographers'  
Track (CT-RSA) is a research conference within the RSA Conference. CT- 
RSA has begun in 2002, and has become an established venue for  
presenting cryptographic research papers.  Original research papers  
pertaining to all aspects of cryptography are solicited. Submissions  
may present applications, techniques, theory, and practical experience  
on topics including, but not limited to:

* public-key encryption
* symmetric-key encryption
* cryptanalysis
* digital signatures
* hash functions
* cryptographic protocols
* tamper-resistance
* fast implementations
* elliptic-curve cryptography
* lattice-based cryptography
* quantum cryptography
* formal security models
* network security
* hardware security
* e-commerce

A special academic discount for registration will be available for  
those attending the conference. For the speakers   presenting papers  
accepted to CT-RSA 2011 a waiver will be given.

Instructions: Submissions must not substantially duplicate work that  
any of the authors has published in, or submitted in parallel to, any  
journal, other conference or workshop that has proceedings.
The paper must be anonymous with no author names, affiliations,  
acknowledgements, or obvious references. It should begin with a title,  
a short abstract, and a list of keywords. The paper should be at most  
12 pages excluding the bibliography and clearly marked appendices  
using reasonable font size and margins. (A total page limit of about  
16 pages will be applied to those papers accepted for publication in  
the proceedings). The main body of the paper should be intelligible  
and self-contained as the committee members are not required to read  
the appendices. Submissions not meeting these guidelines risk  
rejection without consideration of their merits.

The proceedings are going to be published by Springer-Verlag in the  
Lecture Notes in Computer Science series and available at the  

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