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.
Following their success in previous events, the technical program at
CHES 2023 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, the accepted authors
will display a prepared poster outlining ongoing work. This offers an
ideal means of discussing and getting feedback on said work, and
engaging with the wider CHES community.
Proposals are welcomed on any topic of broad interest to the CHES
community: the stated topics of interest for CHES 2023 should not be
interpreted as a limit.
Rather than a finalized poster, the proposal should be a 1-page PDF
clearly stating the following information:
an author (or list thereof), including name, affiliation, and email address,
a description of the work that can include figures or references.
Proposals (and/or any questions) should be submitted by email to
the Poster Session Chairs at