Conference on Cryptographic Hardware and Embedded Systems 2018

Amsterdam, The Netherlands, September 9–12, 2018

Posters and Tutorials

Download the call for posters in pdf format.
Download the call for tutorials in pdf format.

Call for Posters

Following their success in previous events, the technical program at CHES 2018 will be supplemented by various additional activities. To this end, we invite proposals of interest for a poster presentation session to be held during the conference:

  • At the (informal) poster presentation session, authors display a prepared poster outlining, e.g., work in progress; this offers an ideal means of discussing and getting feedback on said work, and engaging with the wider CHES community.
  • Proposals are welcomed on {\em any} topic of broad interest to the CHES community: the stated topics of interest for CHES 2018 should not be interpreted as a limit.
  • Rather than a poster, the proposal should be a 1-page PDF clearly stating the following information:
    • a title,
    • an author (or list thereof), including name, affiliation, and email address,
    • an abstract of up to 500 words.
  • Proposals (and/or any questions) should be submitted by email to Sonia Belaïd <sonia.belaid@cryptoexperts.com> (Poster Session Chair), noting the following deadlines:

    Submission: 30 June 2018
    Notification: 30 July 2018

  • The notification of acceptance will specify any further logistical details required. However, note that
    • at least one author for each poster must be available for discussion during the CHES 2018 poster session,
    • to match the display boards available, each poster must have an A0 portrait format,
    • the author(s) of each poster are responsible for printing and and shipping it.

Call for Tutorials

Following their success in previous events, the technical program at CHES 2018 will be supplemented by various additional activities. To this end, we invite proposals of interest for half-day tutorial sessions to be held before the conference:

  • A tutorial session normally offers an introduction to a given topic, as delivered by an expert on that topic. One could view a tutorial as a short-format version of an IACR summer school, and so delivered by a (series) of presentations and/or hands-on activity.
  • Proposals are welcomed on {\em any} topic of broad interest to the CHES community: the stated topics of interest for CHES 2018 should not be interpreted as a limit.
  • \item The proposal should be a 1-page PDF clearly stating the following information:
    • a title,
    • a speaker, including name, affiliation, and email address,
    • an abstract of up to 500 words,
    • a statement of predicted audience demographic and size,
    • a statement of any logistical requirements (e.g., room organisation).
  • Proposals (and/or any questions) should be submitted by email to ches2018programchairs@iacr.org, noting the following deadlines:

    Submission: 15 May 2018
    Notification: 30 May 2018

  • The speaker for accepted proposals will be offered a complimentary registration to CHES 2018, plus a fixed stipend toward their travel or logistics costs.