2nd CFP Conf. Smart Card Research and Advanced Applic. (Cardis 1996)

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20 Dec 1995 13:29:13 -0500

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From: pieter@fwi.uva.nl (Pieter Hartel)
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 20 Dec 1995 13:29:13 -0500
Organization: FWI, University of Amsterdam
Keywords: conference, CFP

                                                        Call For Papers

                                                            CARDIS 1996


                        September 18-20, 1996, Amsterdam, The Netherlands


Smart cards or IC cards offer a huge potential for information
processing purposes. The portability and processing power of IC cards
allow for highly secure conditional access and reliable distributed
information systems. IC cards are already available that can perform
highly sophisticated cryptographic computations. The applicability of
IC cards is currently limited mainly by our imagination; the
information processing power that can be gained by using IC cards
remains as yet mostly untapped and is not well understood. Here lies a
vast uncovered research area which we are only beginning to assess,
and which will have great impact on the eventual success of the
technology. The research challenges range from electrical engineering
on the hardware side to tailor-made cryptographic applications on the
software side, and their synergies.

Many currently existing events are mainly devoted to commercial and
application aspects of IC cards. In contrast, the CARDIS conferences
aim to bring together researchers who are active in all aspects of
design of IC cards and related devices and environment, such as to
stimulate synergy between different research communities and to offer
a platform for presenting the latest research advances. CARDIS 1994,
sponsored by the International Federation for Information Processing
(IFIP) and held in November 1994 in Lille, France, has successfully
brought together representatives from leading IC research centers from
all over the world. CARDIS 1996 will be the second occasion for the IC
card community in this permanent activity. CARDIS 1996 will be
organised jointly by the Centre for Mathematics and Computer Science
at Amsterdam (CWI) and the Department of Computer Systems of the
University of Amsterdam (UvA).


Submissions will be judged on relevance, originality, significance,
correctness, and clarity. Each paper should explain its contribution
in both general and technical terms, identifying what has been
accomplished, saying why it is significant, and comparing it with
previous work. Authors should make every effort to make the technical
content of their papers understandable to a broad audience. Papers
should be written in English.

Authors should submit:

* 16 copies
* of a full paper
* typeset using the Springer LNCS format (see instructions below)
* not exceeding 20 pages in length
* printed double-sided if possible
* addressed to

    Pieter H. Hartel
    Univ. of Amsterdam
    Dept. of Computer Systems
    Kruislaan 403
    1098 SJ Amsterdam
    The Netherlands

In addition, each submission should be accompanied by information
submitted via WWW, (http://www.cwi.nl/~brands/cardis.html) or
submitted via email to cardis@fwi.uva.nl that consists of:

* a single postal address and electronic mail address for
* complete title, author and affiliation information
* the abstract of the paper
* a small selection of the keywords that appear on this call for
    papers, which best describe the contribution of the paper

Proceedings will be available at the conference. It is intended to
publish the proceedings in the Springer LNCS series. Authors of
accepted papers may be expected to sign a copyright release form.


    Submission deadline March 1, 1996
    Acceptance notification May 15, 1996
    Camera ready paper due July 1, 1996
    Conference September 18--20 1996


  1 IC architecture and techniques
  2 Memories and processor design
  3 Read/Write unit engineering
  4 Specific co-processors for cryptography
  5 Biometry
  6 Communication technologies
  7 Interfaces with the user, the service suppliers
  8 Reliability and fault tolerance
  9 Special devices
10 Standards
11 The operating system
12 Models of data management
13 Communication protocols
        IC Card design
14 Tools for internal or external software production
15 Validation and verification
16 Methodology for application design
        Electronic payment systems
17 Road pricing
18 Internet payment systems
19 Untraceability
20 Formal specification and validation
21 Identification
22 Authentication
23 Cryptographic protocols for IC cards
24 Complexity
25 Models and schemes of security
26 Security interfaces
27 Hardware and software implementation
28 Security of information systems including cards
29 Formal verification of transaction sets
30 Protocol verification
        IC Cards, individuals and the society
31 IC cards and privacy
32 Owner access of data
33 IC cards: political and economical aspects
34 Is the IC card going to change legislation?
35 Patents, copyrights
        Future of ic cards
36 Innovative technologies
37 Moving towards the pocket intelligence
38 Convergence with portable PCs, lap tops etc ...
        Innovative applications
40 Design methodology of applications
41 IC cards and the information system
42 Examples of new applications
43 Requirements for innovative cards
44 Emerging standards
45 Compliance and approval


Steering committee chairman:

    Vincent Cordonnier (Rd2p, Lille)

Local organisation:

    Pieter Hartel (Southampton, UK and Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
    Stefan Brands (CWI, The Netherlands)
    Eduard de Jong (QC consultancy, The Netherlands)

General Chairman:

    Pieter Hartel (Southampton, UK and Amsterdam, The Netherlands)

Program Chairmen:

    Pierre Paradinas (Rd2p/Gemplus, France)
    Jean-Jacques Quisquater (Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium)

Program committee

    Stefan Brands (CWI, Amsterdam)
    Andr\'e Gamache (Qu\'ebec, Canada)
    Louis Guillou (CCETT, France)
    Josep Domingo-Ferrer (Univ. Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona, Spain)
    Pieter Hartel (Southampton, UK and Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
    Hans-Joachim Knobloch (Karlsruhe, Germany)
    Pierre Paradinas (Rd2p/Gemplus, France)
    Reinhard Posch (Graz, Austria)
    Jean-Jacques Quisquater (Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium)
    Matt Robshaw (RSA Laboratories, USA)
    Bruno Struif (GMD, Germany)
    Doug Tygar (Carnegie-Mellon, USA)


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