Conference Information
CHES 2024: International Conference on Cryptographic Hardware and Embedded Systems
https://ches.iacr.org/2024/
Submission Date:
2024-04-15
Notification Date:
2024-06-15
Conference Date:
2024-09-04
Location:
Halifax, Canada
Years:
26
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Call For Papers
Having been established in 1999, the Cryptographic Hardware and Embedded Systems (CHES) conference is the premier venue for research on both design and analysis of cryptographic hardware and software implementations. As an area conference of the International Association for Cryptologic Research (IACR), CHES bridges the cryptographic research and engineering communities, and attracts participants from academia, industry, government and beyond. CHES 2024 will take place in Halifax, Canada in September 4-7, 2024. The conference website is accessible at
https://ches.iacr.org/2024

The scope of CHES is intentionally diverse, meaning we solicit submission of papers on topics including, but not limited to, the following:

Cryptographic implementations:

    Hardware architectures
    Cryptographic processors and coprocessors
    True and pseudorandom number generators
    Physical unclonable functions (PUFs)
    Efficient software implementation
    SHARCS (Special-purpose HARdware for Cryptanalysis, quantum included)

Attacks against implementations, and countermeasures:

    Remote, micro-architectural and physical side-channel attacks and countermeasures
    Fault attacks and countermeasures
    Hardware tampering and tamper-resistance
    White-box cryptography and code obfuscation
    Reverse engineering of hardware/software

Tools and methodologies:

    Formal methods, techniques and tools for secure design and verification for hardware/software
    Computer aided cryptographic engineering
    Domain-specific languages for cryptographic systems
    Metrics for the security of embedded systems
    FPGA design security

Systematization of Knowledge (SoK)

Interactions between cryptographic theory and implementation issues:

    Quantum cryptanalysis
    Algorithm subversion and subversion prevention
    New and emerging cryptographic algorithms and protocols targeting embedded devices
    Theoretical hardware models that allow proofs

Applications:

    RISC-V security
    Trusted execution environments and trusted computing platforms
    IP protection for hardware/software and technologies for anti-counterfeiting
    Reconfigurable hardware for cryptography
    Secure elements, security subsystems, and applications
    Security for the Internet of Things and cyberphysical systems (RFID, sensor networks, smart meters, medical implants, smart devices for home automation, industrial control, automotive, etc.)
    Secure storage devices (memories, disks, etc.)
    Isolation and monitoring hardware for cyberresilience
    Engineering of zero-knowledge proof systems
    Privacy-preserving computing in practice (MPC, FHE)
Last updated by Dou Sun in 2024-02-10
Acceptance Ratio
YearSubmittedAcceptedAccepted(%)
20141273326%
20131322720.5%
20121203226.7%
20111193226.9%
20101083027.8%
20091482919.6%
20081072725.2%
2007993131.3%
20061123228.6%
20051083229.6%
20041253225.6%
20031113228.8%
20021013938.6%
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