Submission: Oct. 8, 2013
Notification: Dec. 16, 2013
Camera-ready: Jan. 13, 2014
Jun. 4: Website is online.
Jul. 25: Published submission instructions.
Sep. 13: Submission server is operational.
Sep. 28: Submission deadline postponed to Oct. 8.
Oct. 8: Closed submissions server.
Dec. 27: Published accepted papers;
added travel information (VISA requirements).
Dec. 30: Registration site is open;
published information for students
Jan. 20: Program is online.
Jan. 29: Added tourism information (under Travel Information).
Feb. 3: Published last invited talk.
Feb. 13: Published cheaper price for
the conference hotel.
Feb. 24: Online proceedings now available.
The IACR International Conference on Practice and Theory of Public-Key Cryptography
(PKC) has been the main annual conference focusing on all aspects of public-key
cryptography, attracting cutting-edge results from world-renowned researchers in
the area. It is organized annually by the International Association for
Cryptologic Research (IACR).
Previous editions of PKC were held in Japan, Australia, Korea, France, USA,
Singapore, Switzerland, China, Spain, Italy. The 17th edition of the conference
will be held for the first time in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
The conference takes place immediately before LATIN 2014.
The PKC 2014 conference proceedings (LNCS 8383) are now available online.
PLEASE CHECK IF YOU HAVE VISA REQUIREMENTS FOR TRAVELING TO ARGENTINA.
It is advised to start this process early as it may take significant time for some nationalities (e.g., China).
Some general information can be found
Argentina's Ministry of Interior's webpage.
In particular, note the reciprocity fee that those traveling with US, Canada and Australia passports need to pay, before arriving in Argentina.
For specific questions or visa-related requests, contact us at pkc2014 [ at ] iacr.org.
Hugo Krawczyk, IBM Research, USA.
Ariel Waissbein, Argentina.
Juan Garay, Yahoo Labs, USA.
pkc2014 [ at ] iacr.org