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CTCrypt 2012 Call for Papers


Call for Papers

Workshop on Current Trends in Cryptology (CTCrypt 2012 affiliated with 7th International Computer Science Symposium in Russia (CSR-2012), will be held on July 2, 2012 in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia. CTCrypt 2012 is organized by Russian Technical Committee for Standardization (TC 26) "Cryptography and security mechanisms".

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Important dates

  • Abstract submission: April 16, 2012
  • Notification: April 23, 2012
  • Extended abstract submission: July 2, 2012

Official language: English
Extended abstract language: English or Russian

Scope and Topics
Research papers on all technical aspects of cryptology are welcome. In particular, list of topics of interest includes (but is not limited to):

  • design and analysis of cryptographic algorithms;
  • analysis of internationally standardized cryptographic algorithms;
  • security evaluation of Russian cryptographic algorithms (GOSTs);
  • provable security of cryptographic algorithms.

Program Chairs

  • Vladimir Sachkov (Academy of Cryptography, Moscow, Russia)
  • Aleksei Kuz’min (TC 26, Moscow, Russia)

Program Committee

  • Igor Kachalin (TC 26, Moscow, Russia),
  • Anatoly Lunin (TC 26, Moscow, Russia),
  • Dmitry Matyukhin (TC 26, Moscow, Russia),
  • Aleksandr Nechaev (Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia),
  • Andrei Pichkur (Educational and Methodical Association of Higher Educational Institutions of Russia on Education in Information Security, Moscow, Russia),
  • Aleksandr Shoitov (Moscow State Institute of Radio-Engineering, Electronics and Automation (Technical University), Moscow, Russia),
  • Nikolai Varnovsky (Institute for System Programming, Moscow, Russia),
  • Andrei Zubkov (Steklov Mathematical Institute, Moscow, Russia)

Submission and Publication
Program Committee invites submissions in the form of abstracts (up to 4000 symbols, approximately 1.5 pages) in English and extended abstracts (up to 10 pages according to LaTeX options given below) in English or Russian. Submissions (in LaTe and PDF formats) should be sent as attachments by e-mail with subject line “CTCrypt 2012” to Anatoly Lunin ( The acknowledgment will be send during 3 days.
Program committee plans to have regular sessions and posters presentations. All accepted abstracts will be published on CTCrypt 2012 web page before the workshop.
Selected extended abstracts (necessarily presented in the workshop) will be published after the workshop in the special issue of Russian peer-review journal Matematicheskie Voprosy Kriptografii [Mathematical Aspects of Cryptography].

Registration and fees
Registration fee 1500 rubles (for all participants) via homepage of The 7th International Computer Science Symposium in Russia.

Sample LaTeX file for extended abstract
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Short abstract (up to 10 lines without bibliography references)

Keywords: keywords
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Barret R. et al. Templates for the solution of linear systems: building blocks for iterative methods. --- Philadelphia: SIAM, 1994. --- 107 p.
Diffie W., Hellman M. E. New directions in cryptography // IEEE Trans. Inform. Theory. --- 1976. --- V. 22. No 6. --- P. 644—654.
Eberly W., Kaltofen E. On randomized Lanczos algorithms // Proc. Internat. Symp. Symbolic Algebraic Comput., ISSAC'97. --- N.Y., 1997. --- P. 176--183. \bibitem{refname4}
Kleinjung T. Discrete logarithms in GF(p) --- 160 digits. ---, 05.02.2007.
Lambert R. Computational aspects of discrete logarithms, Ph.D. Thesis // University of Waterloo, Ontario: 1996. --- 113 p.