The Real World Crypto Symposium

The Real World Crypto Symposium is organized by the International Association for Cryptologic Research (IACR) on January 11, 2021. It aims to bring together cryptography researchers with developers implementing cryptography in real-world systems. 

The conference goal is to strengthen the dialogue between these two communities. Topics covered focus on uses of cryptography in real-world environments such as the Internet, the cloud, and embedded devices.

The programme consists of invited and contributed talks. Talks are selected on the basis of impact on the real world (potential or current), interest to the audience, and our perceived quality of the speaker.

The conference will be organized in the city of Amsterdam. Therefore, Quantum.Amsterdam wants to bring this even to the attention of the quantum community.

For more information go to: https://rwc.iacr.org


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