Progress in Cryptology INDOCRYPT 2010

Author: Guang Gong & Kishan Chand Gupta

Published in: Springer

ISBN: 978-3-642-17400-1

File Type: pdf

File Size:  4 MB

Language: English


Indocrypt 2010, the 11th International Conference on Cryptology in India, took place during December 12–15, 2010 at Hyderabad, India. The General Chairs, S.B. Rao and Bimal Roy, did an excellent job in keeping all strands together and making this conference successful. The main program was preceded by a day of tutorial presentations by Sanjit Chatterjee and Guang Gong. This year, the conference received 72 submissions. Each paper was assigned to at least 3 and on an average 3.9 Program Committee members. During 2 weeks of discussions, 240 comments were produced by 36 Program Committee members and many more reviews were added. After rigorous reviews and detailed discussions, the Program Committee accepted 22 papers out of which 3 papers were accepted under anonymous shepherding. Our sincere thanks to the eminent invited speakers, Neal Koblitz and Bart Preneel. Neal Koblitz spoke on “Getting a Few Things Right and Many Things
Wrong” and Bart Preneel gave a talk on “Cryptographic Hash Functions: Theory and Practice.” It would have been impossible to make this event successful without the contribution and support we received from several corners. We would like to express our gratitude to all authors around the world for submitting their papers to this conference. Our special thanks to the Program Committee members and external reviewers who spared their valuable time and gave their expert comments on the submitted papers.
We would like to give our heartfelt thanks to Honggang Hu and Sumit Kumar Pandey for their constant support. We extend our gratitude to the Organizing Committee, volunteers and participants. We would also like to thank Qi Chai for the website design, and, a nice and easy-to-use conference management system. We are grateful to the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Waterloo, Canada and Applied Statistics Unit, Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata, India for providing infrastructural support. Last but not the least, we are grateful to those whose names are missed here, but have contributed in some way or the other to Indocrypt 2010. It is a pleasure to see Indocrypt as a well-accepted cryptology conference where new results are submitted. We wish you a happy reading.
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