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FHE.org 2024 : The 3rd Annual FHE.org Conference on Fully Homomorphic Encryption

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Link: https://fhe.org/conferences/conference-2024
 
When Mar 24, 2024 - Mar 24, 2024
Where Toronto, CA
Submission Deadline Nov 22, 2023
Notification Due Jan 22, 2024
Categories    fully homomorphic encryption   cryptography
 

Call For Papers

The 3rd Annual FHE.org Conference on Fully Homomorphic Encryption is affiliated with Real World Crypto 2024 and will be held in Toronto on March 24 2024.

-- Motivation and scope --

First envisioned in the late seventies, the first realization for fully homomorphic encryption only came three decades later. Fully homomorphic encryption has since been an active research topic.

The FHE.org conference aims at being the premier forum gathering researchers, technologists and practitioners working on the design, development, deployment, validation, and applications of fully homomorphic encryption.

The program committee is seeking original contributions on all aspects of fully homomorphic encryption. Submissions across a broad range of the development phases are encouraged, from exploratory research and proof-of-concept studies to practical applications and deployment of fully homomorphic encryption and related technologies. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

- Fully homomorphic encryption and its applications
- Efficient and secure implementations of cryptographic algorithms Software for fully homomorphic encryption
- Hardware architectures for fully homomorphic encryption
- Compilers for fully homomorphic encryption
- Physical attacks and countermeasures
- Secure applications using fully homomorphic encryption
- Security of encrypted computing and applications
- Cryptographic protocols using fully homomorphic encryption for privacy-preserving systems
- Formal modeling and formal proofs for encrypted computing
- Validation and certification of fully homomorphic encryption

As FHE.org 2024 is associated with Real World Crypto 2024, practice-oriented talks/posters are particularly encouraged.

-- Call for contributed talks, posters, and demos --

Authors are invited to submit proposals for presentation (PDF format) using the submission form. Submissions must be written in English and should be in the form of an extended abstract of 2 to 4 pages (not including references). Authors can also submit proposals for posters or demos; this should be clearly indicated in the submission.

All submissions will be refereed by the program committee. Submission implies the willingness of at least one of the authors to register and present the contribution.

The final program will consist of both invited talks and contributed talks. It will also feature a poster session and demos. There are no published proceedings at FHE.org. This means that both invited and contributed talks may appear at another conference that has proceedings. Authors of accepted abstracts can choose to have a link to a preprint on the conference webpage.

-- Important dates --

- Submission deadline: November 22, 2023
- Notification: January 22, 2024
- Conference date: March 24, 2024

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