Fifth Annual Workshop on Selected Areas in Cryptography
Aug. 17-18, 1998
Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada
Last modified August 4, 1998
- Carlisle Adams
- Tom Cusick
- Howard Heys
- Henk Meijer
- Doug Stinson
- Stafford Tavares
- Serge Vaudenay
- Mike Wiener
Local Organising Committee
- Stafford Tavares (Co-chair)
- Henk Meijer (Co-chair)
- Design and Analysis of Symmetric Key Cryptosystems
- Efficient Implementations of Cryptographic Systems
- Cryptographic Solutions for Internet Security
- Secure Wireless/Mobile Networks
- Alfred Menezes: "Key Agreement Protocols"
- Eli Biham: "Initial Observations on SkipJack: Cryptanalysis of SkipJack-3XOR"
|January 1998:||First Announcement
|January 1998:||Call for Papers
|20 May 1998:||Submission Deadline
|24 June 1998:||Notification to Authors
A list of papers to be presented at SAC'98 is available in HTML.
The Proceedings will be published by Springer-Verlag after the
Workshop in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS)
Series. Information for authors for the preparation of their papers
for the Proceedings will be distributed at a later date. The Workshop
Record will be available during the Workshop as in previous SACs.
- A preliminary announcement was made on
Jan. 22, 1998.
- An official call for papers, available in HTML and postscript
formats, was made on March 20, 1998.
- A preliminary program was made on July 8, 1998.
The registration form is available in text format.
Travel Information (updated Aug. 4)
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