Call for PapersTaking place in the National Wine Centre of Australia, amid the fourth largest wine collection in the southern hemisphere, the aim of the Kangacrypt workshop is to bring together practitioners and researchers interested in all aspects of breaking cryptography.
The workshop consists of four invited tutorial talks. In addition, we seek submissions of original research papers within the scope of the workshop. We anticipate that there will be space for 15–20 submissions.
Submissions may present theory, techniques and practical experience on topics including, but not limited to:
- Mathematical and statistical attacks on cryptographic primitives
- Micro-architectural attacks
- Physical attacks, such as power and electromagnetic analysis
- Attacks on cryptographic protocols
- Analysis of implementation of cryptographic functions.
Instructions for AuthorsSubmissions should be made electronically in PDF format to the Kangacrypt submission web site. Submissions must be written in English, should begin with a title, a short abstract and an introduction that summarises the contributions of the paper at a level appropriate for a non-specialist reader. Submissions should follow the Springer LNCS paper format (See details here), and be at most 16 pages excluding bibliography and clearly marked appendices.
Pre-proceedings and special issue in CCDSAccepted papers will be distributed electronically to all participants. The authors of accepted papers will be invited to submit a full paper to appear (subject to further review) in a special issue of the Springer Journal of Cryptography and Communications.
- Submission deadline: 15 June 2018
- Notification deadline: 15 August 2018
- Pre-proceeding deadline: 30 September 2018