International Cryptology Conference

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International Cryptology Conference
DisciplineCryptography
Publication details
FrequencyAnnual
Websitehttps://crypto.iacr.org
CRYPTO 2003 conference reception.

CRYPTO, the International Cryptology Conference, is one of the largest academic conferences in cryptography and cryptanalysis. It is organized by the International Association for Cryptologic Research (IACR), and it is held yearly in August in Santa Barbara, California at the University of California, Santa Barbara.

The first CRYPTO was held in 1981. It was the first major conference on cryptology and was all the more important because relations between government, industry and academia were rather tense. Encryption was considered a very sensitive subject and the coming together of delegates from different countries was unheard-of at the time. The initiative for the formation of the IACR came during CRYPTO '82, and CRYPTO '83 was the first IACR sponsored conference.

Conference and proceedings information by year[edit]

Year Dates[1] Editor(s)[2] Proceedings Notes[3]
1981 August 24–26 Allen Gersho No formal proceedings Number of Papers: 40
1982 August 23–25 David Chaum ISBN 978-1-4757-0602-4 Number of Papers: 26
1983 August 21–24 David Chaum ISBN 978-1-4684-4730-9 Number of Papers: 26
1984 August 19–22 G.R. Blakely and David Chaum ISBN 978-3-540-39568-3 Number of Papers: 37
1985 August 18–22 Hugh C. Williams ISBN 978-3-540-39799-1 Number of Papers: 32
1986 August Andrew M. Odlyzko ISBN 978-3-540-47721-1 Number of Papers: 34
1987 August 16–20 Carl Pomerance ISBN 978-3-540-48184-3 Number of Papers: 26
1988 August 21–25 Shafi Goldwasser ISBN 978-0-387-34799-8 Acceptance Rate: 35/61 (57%)
1989 August 20–24 Gilles Brassard ISBN 978-0-387-34805-6 Acceptance Rate: 43/93 (46%)
1990 August 11–15 Alfred J. Menezes and Scott A. Vanstone ISBN 978-3-540-38424-3 Acceptance Rate: 42/104 (40%)
1991 August 11–15 Joan Feigenbaum ISBN 978-3-540-46766-3 Acceptance Rate: 36/110 (32%)
1992 August 16–20 Ernest F. Brickell ISBN 978-3-540-48071-6 Acceptance Rate: 38/135 (28%)
1993 August 22–26 Douglas R. Stinson ISBN 978-3-540-48329-8 Acceptance Rate: 38/136 (28%)
1994 August 21–25 Yvo G. Desmedt ISBN 978-3-540-48658-9 Acceptance Rate: 38/114 (33%)
1995 August 27–31 Don Coppersmith ISBN 978-3-540-44750-4 Acceptance Rate: 36/151 (24%)
1996 August 18–22 Neal Koblitz ISBN 978-3-540-68697-2 Acceptance Rate: 30/115 (26%)
1997 August 17–21 Burton S. Kaliski Jr. ISBN 978-3-540-69528-8 Acceptance Rate: 36/160 (23%)
1998 August 23–27 Hugo Krawczyk ISBN 978-3-540-68462-6 Acceptance Rate: 33/144 (23%)
1999 August 15–19 Michael Wiener ISBN 978-3-540-48405-9 Acceptance Rate: 38/169 (23%)
2000 August 20–24 Mihir Bellare ISBN 978-3-540-44598-2 Acceptance Rate: 32/120 (27%)
2001 August 19–23 Joe Kilian ISBN 978-3-540-44647-7 Acceptance Rate: 33/156 (21%)
2002 August 18–22 Moti Yung ISBN 978-3-540-45708-4 Acceptance Rate: 39/175 (22%)
2003 August 17–21 Dan Boneh ISBN 978-3-540-45146-4 Acceptance Rate: 34/169 (20%)
2004 August 15–19 Matt Franklin ISBN 978-3-540-28628-8 Acceptance Rate: 33/212 (16%)
2005 August 14–18 Victor Shoup ISBN 978-3-540-31870-5 Acceptance Rate: 33/180 (18%)
2006 August 20–24 Cynthia Dwork ISBN 978-3-540-37433-6 Acceptance Rate: 34/220 (16%)
2007 August 19–23 Alfred Menezes ISBN 978-3-540-74143-5 Acceptance Rate: 33/186 (18%)
2008 August 17–21 David Wagner ISBN 978-3-540-85174-5 Acceptance Rate: 32/184 (17%)
2009 August 16–20 Shai Halevi ISBN 978-3-642-03356-8 Acceptance Rate: 39/213 (18%)
2010 August 15–19 Tal Rabin ISBN 978-3-642-14623-7 Acceptance Rate: 39/202 (19%)
2011 August 14–18 Phillip Rogaway ISBN 978-3-642-22792-9 Acceptance Rate: 42/230 (18%)
2012 August 19–23 Reihaneh Safavi-Naini and Ran Canetti ISBN 978-3-642-32009-5 Acceptance Rate: 48/225 (21%)
2013 August 18–22 Ran Canetti and Juan A. Garay ISBN 978-3-642-40041-4 Acceptance Rate: 61/227 (27%)
2014 August 17–21 Juan Garay and Rosario Gennaro ISBN 978-3-662-44371-2 Acceptance Rate: 60/227 (26%)
2015 August 16–20 Rosario Gennaro and Matthew Robshaw ISBN 978-3-662-47989-6 Acceptance Rate: 74/266 (28%)
2016 August 14–18 Matthew Robshaw and Jonathan Katz ISBN 978-3-662-53018-4 Acceptance Rate: 70/274 (26%)
2017 August 20–24 Jonathan Katz and Hovav Shacham ISBN 978-3-319-63688-7 Acceptance Rate: 72/311 (23%)
2018 August 19–23 Hovav Shacham and Alexandra Boldyreva ISBN 978-3-319-96884-1 Acceptance Rate: 79/351 (23%)
2019 August 18–22 Alexandra Boldyreva and Daniele Micciancio ISBN 978-3-030-26948-7 Acceptance Rate: 81/378 (21%)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "dblp: CRYPTO". dblp.uni-trier.de. dblp computer science bibliography. Retrieved September 24, 2019.
  2. ^ "dblp: CRYPTO". dblp.uni-trier.de. dblp computer science bibliography. Retrieved September 24, 2019.
  3. ^ "Acceptance Rates in IACR Conferences". iacr.org. International Association for Cryptologic Research. Retrieved September 24, 2019.

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