Co-located with the 45th Symposium of the German Computer Science Association GI (INFORMATIK 2015)
The Western European Workshop on Research in Cryptology (WEWoRC) is a bi-yearly international workshop with a specific focus on research performed by junior scientists in the area of cryptology. This focus is exhibited by the rule that at least one of the authors of a paper which is to be presented at WEWoRC must be a junior researcher. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Foundations of cryptology (e.g., computational number theory, complexity theory, ...)
- Secret-key cryptography (e.g., block ciphers, stream ciphers, hash functions, MACs, ...)
- Public-key cryptography (e.g., identification protocols, digital signatures, encryption, ...)
- Cryptographic protocols (e.g., privacy, mobile security, distributed cryptography, ...)
- Design of cryptographic schemes
- Security proofs
- Anonymity (e.g., in e-commerce, e-voting, ...)
- Implementation of cryptosystems and their integration into secure systems
- Secure operating systems and trusted computing
- Applications such as watermarking and code obfuscation
To contact the organizers regarding any information on WEWoRC 2015, please write an email to email@example.com
Important Dates for the Workshop:
- Submission deadline: extended to Wed, Jun 3, 2015
- Notification of acceptance: extended to Fri, Jun 19, 2015
- Workshop: Thu—Fri, Oct 1—2, 2015
- Submission deadline for the post-proceedings: Fri, Dec 4, 2015
It is strongly preferred that submissions be processed in LaTeX according to the GI Lecture Notes in Informatics (LNI) guidelines (templates: LaTeX, MS-Word) since these are mandatory for the final papers.
- Please submit your extended abstract (up to 5 pages) in PDF format by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- The submission of abstracts must not be anonymized!
- If accepted for presentation, your submission will be included as is in the conference records and at least one of the authors must register for WEWoRC to give the presentation.
NOTE: When submitting a paper to WEWoRC 2015 you are also allowed to submit it to any other conference or workshop. If your paper has been published elsewhere, you can present it at WEWoRC – however, it does not qualify for the final post-proceedings (see our FAQ).
Submissions accepted for publication in the final proceedings will appear in the Lecture Notes in Informatics (LNI) series of the GI.
- Until July 15, 2015: €135 (society* students)
- Until July 15, 2015: €155 (non-society students)
- Until July 15, 2015: €280 (society* members)
- Until July 15, 2015: €370 (all others)
- Until September 7, 2015: €160 (society* students)
- Until September 7, 2015: €180 (non-society students)
- Until September 7, 2015: €345 (society* members)
- Until September 7, 2015: €435 (all others)
The conference fee covers coffee, lunch (also on Oct 2), Conference Dinner (on Oct 1), book of abstracts, and the post proceedings.
Please note that accommodation is not included in the conference fee.
Registration is handled by the main symposium INFORMATIK 2015 of the GI via the ConfTool system (→ Registration).
If you have further questions regarding the registration, please send an e-mail to: email@example.com
Booking of accommodation: → online-bookingIn the online-booking system:
- Pick your desired arrival and departure dates in the top left corner and click on "Search".
- Choose your favorite hotel from the list of available hotels and click on "Details and book".
- Frederik Armknecht (University of Mannheim, Germany)
- Jens-Matthias Bohli (NEC, Germany)
- Colin Boyd (NTNU, Norway)
- Carlos Cid (Royal Holloway University of London, UK)
- Maarten Everts (TNO, The Netherlands)
- Willi Geiselmann (KIT Karlsruhe, Germany)
- Gottfried Herold (RU Bochum, Germany)
- Stefan Katzenbeisser (TU Darmstadt, Germany)
- Aggelos Kiayias (University of Athens, Greece)
- Stefan Lucks (Bauhaus-University Weimar, Germany)
- Mark Manulis (University of Surrey, UK)
- David Naccache (ENS, France)
- Kenny Paterson (Royal Holloway University of London, UK)
- Andreas Peter (University of Twente, NL)
- Christiane Peters (ENCS, The Netherlands)
- Thomas Peyrin (NTU, Singapore)
- Bart Preneel (KU Leuven, Belgium)
- Vincent Rijmen (KU Leuven, Belgium)
- François-Xavier Standaert (UCL, Belgium)
- Susan Thomson (University of Bristol, UK)
- Erik Zenner (University of Applied Sciences Offenburg, Germany)