RSA Conference is the premiere trade show for the security industry, hosting over 40,000 attendees each year from industry, government, and academia. The Cryptographers' Track (CT-RSA) is RSAC's venue for scientific papers on cryptography. It presents a unique opportunity for researchers to share their work with a broader audience than at a typical academic conference.
Original papers on all technical aspects of cryptology are solicited for submission. Papers of interest to the wider audience of security professionals at RSA Conference are especially encouraged. Topics include but are not limited to:
We also welcome systematization of knowledge (SoK) papers. These papers will not be judged on novel research contributions, but on their value to the research community. SoK papers should provide an important new viewpoint on an established, major research area; support or challenge long-held beliefs in such an area with compelling evidence; or present a convincing, comprehensive new taxonomy of such an area. Survey papers without such insights are not appropriate for acceptance.
For submissions including practical evaluations, it is encouraged (but not required) to make implementations available to facilitate replicability and reproducibility.
Accepted papers (including SoK papers) will appear in the CT-RSA proceedings, published by Springer in its LNCS series.
CT-RSA is scheduled to be an in-person event. One of the things that makes CT-RSA special is the interaction between academia and industry. For that reason, it is strongly preferred that authors of accepted papers present their work in-person. Exceptions will be made only in the case of serious extenuating circumstances, such as COVID restrictions, visa delays, and other emergencies. The presenter of each paper will be given a free Full Pass to RSA Conference.
|Name||University / Research Institute|
|Masayuki Abe||NTT Social Informatics Laboratories|
|Paulo Barreto||University of Washington - Tacoma|
|Rishiraj Bhattacharyya||University of Birmingham|
|Alex Biryukov||University of Luxembourg|
|Olivier Blazy||Ecole Polytechnique|
|Luca De Feo||IBM Research|
|Georgios Fotiadis||University of Luxembourg|
|Benjamin Fuller||University of Connecticut|
|Steven Galbraith||University of Auckland|
|Marylin George||Mongo DB|
|Mike Hamburg||Rambus Labs|
|Martha Norberg Hovd||Simula UiB|
|Eyal Ronen||Tel Aviv University|
|Mike Rosulek||Oregon State University|
|Loic Masure||LIRMM Universite de Montpellier|
|Lenka Marekova||ETH Zurich|
|Amir Moradi||University of Darmstadt|
|Arpita Patra||IICS Bangalore|
|Bart Preneel||KU Leuven|
|Arnab Roy||University of Innsbruck|
|Yu Sasaki||NTT Sicoail Informatics Laboratories, NIST Associate|
|Erkay Savas||Sabanci University|
|Tobias Schneider||NXP Semiconductors|
|Sujoy Sinha Roy||TU Graz|
|Nigel Smart||KU Leuven and Zama|
|Marloes Venema||University of Wuppertal|
|Srinivas Vivek||IIIT Bangalore|
For questions specific to the CT-RSA track, contact the CT-RSA program chair Elisabeth Oswald (Elisabeth . Oswald AT aau . at). For other questions about RSAC, consult the RSAC webpage.