Conference on Cryptographic Hardware and Embedded Systems 2017

Taipei, Taiwan, September 25–28, 2017

Registration

Registration for CHES 2017 is open. The registration fees are as follows (all fees excluding IACR membership fee):

Student Regular
Early (until August 22) US$250 US$500
Late (from August 23) US$300 US$600

The registration fee for tutorials is US$100, which includes morning coffee and lunch on Monday, September 25.

Current students who are presenting can get a registration fee waiver (see below).

Please register via the IACR CHES 2017 registration page.

Student Stipends

Student speakers please write to the general chairs at ches2017@iacr.org with the subject line "CHES 2017 stipend" before August 12 (and preferably as soon as possible). Please identify your school, your advisor and the title of your talk, and indicate if this will be your first IACR conference of the year. If you desire more support than a registration fee waiver, see below.

Students or others in less than robust financial circumstances who seek financial assistance (i.e. a stipend or fee waiver, or more) please also write to ches2017@iacr.org with the subject line "CHES 2017 stipend" before August 12 (and preferably as soon as possible). Please in your email include a short motivating paragraph specifying your school and advisor (if any). Especially if you are not presenting, ask your advisor to write us email in support (one email can pertain to multiple students).

In all cases, please await a response before registering yourself (this saves us some trouble). If you ask for assistance, you will not be assessed a late fee if we respond too late for you to make the early registration deadline. Students who receive assistance should be prepared to show a student ID or other proof of affiliation at the registration desk.

Invoices for Registration

Those who require an invoice prior to registering, or have other billing problems, please write to us at ches2017@iacr.org with the subject line "CHES 2017 billing" and explain your situation.