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Present CFP : 2024
The IEEE International Symposium on Hardware Oriented Security and Trust (HOST) - the premier event aiming to facilitate the rapid growth of hardware security research and development - is set to take place in May 2024 in Washington D.C. Attendees can look forward to a diverse range of technical sessions from original and novel contributions, informative tutorials, captivating exhibitions and hardware demonstrations, and exciting competitions, including the microelectronic security competition and PhD dissertation competition. HOST 2024 invites original contributions in all areas of overlap between hardware and security, including but not limited to the following:
Computer-aided Design (CAD) for Hardware Security Verification
e.g., automatic techniques and metrics for life cycle security management and detecting security vulnerabilities.
Hardware Security Primitives
e.g., PUFs, TRNGs, cryptography, post-quantum cryptography, odometers.
Hardware Attack and Defense
e.g., hardware Trojans, fault injection, side-channels, hardware reverse engineering, hardware obfuscation.
e.g., architectural side-channels, trusted execution environment, FPGA and reconfigurable fabric security.
e.g., machine learning security, SoC/IP security, CPS/IoT security, sensor network security, smart grid security, cloud security.
Emerging or Other Topics
e.g., privacy-enhancing architecture, cryptocurrency security, and other hardware/system security topics.
August 21, 2023: Abstract Submission*
August 28, 2023: Full Paper Submission
October 15, 2023: Notification of Acceptance
November 15, 2023: Camera-ready Version
December 11, 2023: Abstract Submission*
December 18, 2023: Submission of Paper
February 15, 2024: Notification of Acceptance
March 15, 2024: Camera-ready Version
*Abstract registration is required - Only the papers registered by the abstract submission deadline can update the submission file by the paper submission deadline.
HOST 2024 also accepts proposals for tutorials and demos. More information will be disseminated in future calls.
Farimah Farahmandi (Email: ffarahmandi at ufl.edu)
Ioannis Savidis (Email: isavids at coe.drexel.edu)
Ankur Srivastava (Email: ankurs at umd.edu)
Mark Tehranipoor (Email: tehranipoor at ece.ufl.edu)
Vice Program Chairs
Ujjwal Guin (Email: ujjwal.guin at auburn.edu)
Naghmeh Karimi (Email: naghmeh.karimi at umbc.edu)