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2004 International Workshop on Practice and Theory in Public Key Cryptography
1-4 March, 2004,
the last few years the International Workshop on Practice and Theory in
Public Key Cryptography PKC is the main annual workshop focusing on
research on all aspects of public key cryptography. The first workshop was
organized in 1998 in Japan. Other PKCs have taken place in Australia,
France, Japan, South Korea and USA. PKC has attracted papers from famous
international authors in the area.
Instructions for Authors:
must start with a title, an abstract and keywords, but should be anonymous. It should be followed by a
succinct statement appropriate for a non-specialist reader specifying the
subject addressed, its background, the main achievements, and their
significance to public key cryptology. Technical details directed to the
specialist should then follow. Self citations to unpublished work should
be avoided to maintain the anonymity. A limit of 12 singlespaced pages of
11pt type (not counting the appendices) is placed on all submissions.
Since referees are not required to read the appendices, the paper should
be intelligible without them. Submissions not meeting these guidelines
risk rejection without consideration of their merits.
that have been or will be submitted in parallel to other conferences or
workshops that have proceedings are not eligible for submission. One of
the authors is expected to present the paper. The submission receipt
deadline is September
20, 2003. To submit a paper, e-mail to
Acknowledgment of submissions:
acknowledgment email will be sent to the corresponding author upon
receiving each submission. The authors are advised to contact the PC Chair
(either by email ,
or by phone +65 68748456) if they do not receive the acknowledgement by
Sept 22. This is to rescue the loss of submission due to the less and less
reliability of email.