Workshop on Cryptographic Hardware and Embedded Systems (CHES) 2014 Busan

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  • The Inter­na­tional Asso­ci­a­tion for Cryp­to­logic Research (IACR) is kindly invit­ing you to par­tic­i­pate in a Work­shop on Cryp­to­graphic Hard­ware and Embed­ded Sys­tems (CHES) held on Sep­tem­ber 23 – 26, 2014 in Busan, South Korea at the Par­adise Hotel Busan.

    The annual CHES work­shop high­lights new results in the design and analy­sis of cryp­to­graphic hard­ware and soft­ware imple­men­ta­tions. CHES pro­vides a valu­able con­nec­tion between the research and cryp­to­graphic engi­neer­ing com­mu­ni­ties and attracts par­tic­i­pants from indus­try, acad­e­mia, and gov­ern­ment organizations.

    As well as a sin­gle track of high-​quality pre­sen­ta­tions, CHES 2014 will offer invited talks, tuto­ri­als, a poster ses­sion, and a rump ses­sion. All sub­mit­ted papers will be reviewed by at least four Pro­gram Com­mit­tee mem­bers. Authors will be invited to sub­mit brief rebut­tals of the reviews before the final accep­tances are made.

    Work­shop Topics

    Top­ics suit­able for CHES 2014 include, but are not lim­ited to:

    Cryp­to­graphic implementations

    • Hard­ware architectures
    • Cryp­to­graphic proces­sors and co-​processors
    • Hard­ware accel­er­a­tors for secu­rity pro­to­cols (secu­rity proces­sors, net­work proces­sors, etc.)
    • True and pseudo­ran­dom num­ber generators
    • Phys­i­cal unclon­able func­tions (PUFs)
    • Effi­cient soft­ware implementations

    Attacks against imple­men­ta­tions and countermeasures

    • Side chan­nel attacks and countermeasures
    • Fault attacks and countermeasures
    • Hard­ware tam­per­ing and tamper-​resistance

    Inter­ac­tions between cryp­to­graphic the­ory and imple­men­ta­tion issues

    • New and emerg­ing cryp­to­graphic algo­rithms and pro­to­cols tar­get­ing embed­ded devices
    • Special-​purpose hard­ware for cryptanalysis
    • Leak­age resilient cryptography

    Applications

    • Cryp­tog­ra­phy in wire­less appli­ca­tions (mobile phone, WLANs, etc.)
    • Cryp­tog­ra­phy for per­va­sive com­put­ing (RFID, sen­sor net­works, smart devices, etc.)
    • Hard­ware IP pro­tec­tion and anti-​counterfeiting
    • Recon­fig­urable hard­ware for cryptography
    • Smart card proces­sors, sys­tems and applications
    • Secu­rity in com­mer­cial con­sumer appli­ca­tions (pay-​TV, auto­mo­tive, domotics, etc.)
    • Secure stor­age devices (mem­o­ries, disks, etc.)
    • Tech­nolo­gies and hard­ware for con­tent protection
    • Trusted com­put­ing platforms

    Tools and methodologies

    • Com­puter aided cryp­to­graphic engineering
    • Ver­i­fi­ca­tion meth­ods and tools for secure design
    • Met­rics for the secu­rity of embed­ded systems
    • Secure pro­gram­ming techniques
    • FPGA design security
    • For­mal meth­ods for secure hardware

    Call for Posters

    Pro­pos­als for a poster pre­sen­ta­tion at CHES 2014 should be sub­mit­ted to the Poster Ses­sion Chair, Nele Mentens. Sub­mis­sions on top­ics of broad inter­est to the CHES com­mu­nity are wel­come. Poster sub­mis­sions must pro­vide the fol­low­ing infor­ma­tion as a single-​page pdf file:

    • Poster Title
    • Author list, indi­cat­ing a con­tact author (with name, affil­i­a­tion, phone and email address)
    • Abstract (up to 500 words)

    Accepted posters must be dis­played in stan­dard A0 for­mat and at least one author for each poster must be avail­able for dis­cus­sion dur­ing the Poster Ses­sion at CHES 2014.

    Work­shop Proceedings

    The pro­ceed­ings will be pub­lished in Springer Lec­ture Notes in Com­puter Sci­ence (LNCS) series in time for dis­tri­b­u­tion at the work­shop. Accepted papers should fol­low the LNCS default author instruc­tions (see file “typeinst.pdf”). In order to be included in the pro­ceed­ings, the authors of an accepted paper must guar­an­tee to present their con­tri­bu­tion at the workshop.

    Pro­gram Committee

    • O. Aci­içmez – Sam­sung Research Amer­ica, US
    • L. Batina – Rad­boud Uni­ver­sity Nijmegen, NL
    • D.J. Bern­stein – Uni­ver­sity of Illi­nois at Chicago, USA and Tech­nis­che Uni­ver­siteit Eind­hoven, NL
    • G. Bertoni – STMicroelectronics,IT
    • C. Clavier – Uni­ver­sity of Limo­ges, FR
    • J.-S. Coron – Uni­ver­sity of Lux­em­bourg, LU
    • E. De Mul­der – Cryp­tog­ra­phy Research, US
    • T. Eisen­barth – Worces­ter Poly­tech­nic Insti­tute, US
    • J. Fan – Nationz Tech­nolo­gies, CN
    • W. Fis­cher – Infi­neon Tech­nolo­gies, DE
    • P.-A. Fouque – Uni­ver­site Rennes 1 and Insti­tut Uni­ver­si­taire de France, FR
    • K. Gaj – George Mason Uni­ver­sity, USA
    • B. Gier­lichs – KU Leu­ven, BE
    • L. Goubin – Uni­ver­sity of Ver­sailles, FR
    • T. Güneysu – Ruhr Uni­ver­sity, DE
    • D.-G. Han – Kook­min Uni­ver­sity, KR
    • H. Hand­schuh – Cryp­to­graphic Research, US and and KU Leu­ven, BE
    • M. Hut­ter – Graz Uni­ver­sity of Tech­nol­ogy, AT
    • M. Joye – Tech­ni­color, FR
    • H. Kim – Busan National Uni­ver­sity, KR
    • I. Kizh­va­tov – Riscure, NL
    • F. Koe­une – Uni­ver­site Catholique de Lou­vain, BE
    • F. Koushan­far – ECE, Rice Uni­ver­sity, US
    • G. Lean­der – Ruhr-​Universität Bochum, DE
    • K. Lemke-​Rust – Bonn-​Rhein-​Sieg Uni­ver­sity of Applied Sci­ences, DE
    • S. Man­gard – Graz Uni­ver­sity of Tech­nol­ogy, AT
    • R. Maes – Intrinsic-​ID, NL
    • M. Med­wed – NXP Semi­con­duc­tors, AT
    • C. Paar – Ruhr-​Universität Bochum, DE
    • D. Page – Uni­ver­sity of Bris­tol, UK
    • E. Peeters – Texas Instru­ments, US
    • A. Poschmann – Nanyang Tech­no­log­i­cal Uni­ver­sity, SG
    • E. Prouff – ANSSI, FR
    • F. Regaz­zoni – ALaRI, Lugano, CH
    • M. Rivain – Cryp­to­Ex­perts, FR
    • M. Rob­shaw – Imp­inj, Inc., US
    • A.-R. Sadeghi – Tech­nis­che Uni­ver­sität Darmstadt/​CASED, DE
    • K. Sakiyama – Uni­ver­sity of Electro-​Communications, JP
    • A. Satoh – Uni­ver­sity of Electro-​Communications, JP
    • P. Schau­mont – Vir­ginia Tech, US
    • P. Schwabe – Rad­boud Uni­ver­sity Nijmegen, NL
    • D. Suzuki – Mit­subishi Elec­tric, JP
    • M. Tibouchi – NTT Secure Plat­form Lab­o­ra­to­ries, JP
    • I. Ver­bauwhede – KU Leu­ven, BE
    • B.-Y. Yang – Acad­e­mia Sinica, TW
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