The Third International Conference on Information and Communications Security

Venue: Xian

Location: Xian, China

Event Date/Time: Nov 13, 2001 End Date/Time: Nov 16, 2001
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CONFERENCE OUTLINE

Information and Communications security is a challenging topic at the best of times. The Third International Conference on Information and Communications Security (ICICS’01), after two previous conferences ICICS’97 in Beijing and ICICS’99 in Sydney, is to be organised in a famous historic city -- Xian in China. ICICS’01 covers all aspects of theory and application of information and communications security. ICICS’01 is sponsored by Chinese Academy of Sciences, National Natural Science Foundation of China, and China Computer Federation. The conference is organized by Engineering Research Center for Information Security Technology in Chinese Academy of Sciences in co-operation with International Association for Cryptologic Research (IACR) and Asiacrypt Steering Committee, and ICICS Steering Committee.


CONFERENCE TOPICS

Original papers on all aspects of information and communications security are solicited for submission to ICICS’01. Areas of interests include but not restricted to the following

Access Control and Authorization
Authentication
Biometric Security
Certificate Authority
Cryptology
Distributed System Security
Electronic Commerce
Fraud Control
Information Hiding
Intellectual Property Protection
Internet and Intranet Security
Intrusion Detection
Key Management and Key Recovery
Mobile System Security
Multimedia Water Marking
Network Security
Operating System Security
Protocols and its Logical Analysis
Risk Evaluation and Analysis
Secret Sharing
Security Evaluation and Certification
Security Modeling
Smart Cards
Social, Legal and Ethical Implication of Security Technologies
Software Protection
Virtual Private Network
Virus and Worms
Web Security
Submitted papers should not have been previously published or submitted in parallel to other conferences. We encourage submission of papers discussing industrial research and development.

Venue

Xian
Xian
China
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INSTRUCTION FOR AUTHORS Authors are welcome to submit their anonymous papers electronically to the following address in Postscript or MS Word format: icics01@ercist.iscas.ac.cn Authors also can send 4 copies of their anonymous papers to Prof. Sihan Qing at his postal address. For anonymous review, the cover page should contain author’s contact information. The paper should start with title and abstract without authors' names, affiliations, acknowledgment or obvious references. Full papers are limited to 12 single-spaced pages of 11pt font. Panel proposals should include a title, an abstract which describes the topics to be discussed, names of all proposed participants and assurance that the participants agree to serve on the panel. Authors who submit abstracts for 5-minute talks should include a title, all authors' names and their affiliations in the abstract and mark "5-minute talk" on top of the abstract. Authors of selected 5-minute talks will be invited to submit short papers to be included in the proceedings. Proposals for short papers must not exceed 4 pages. The final version will be requested in electronic form by 20 July 2001. By this date authors will be requested to have a confirmed registration to the conference. Conference Proceedings The proceedings of ICICS’01 will be published in Springer-Verlag’s Lecture Notes in Computer Science series and should be available at the conference. The author of paper therefore are urged to comply with the SV Authors Instructions which are accessible from http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/index.html Important Dates Submission 20 May 2001 Acceptance 30 June 2001 Camera ready copy 20 July 2001 INSTRUCTION FOR AUTHORS Authors are welcome to submit their anonymous papers electronically to the following address in Postscript or MS Word format: icics01@ercist.iscas.ac.cn Authors also can send 4 copies of their anonymous papers to Prof. Sihan Qing at his postal address. For anonymous review, the cover page should contain author’s contact information. The paper should start with title and abstract without authors' names, affiliations, acknowledgment or obvious references. Full papers are limited to 12 single-spaced pages of 11pt font. Panel proposals should include a title, an abstract which describes the topics to be discussed, names of all proposed participants and assurance that the participants agree to serve on the panel. Authors who submit abstracts for 5-minute talks should include a title, all authors' names and their affiliations in the abstract and mark "5-minute talk" on top of the abstract. Authors of selected 5-minute talks will be invited to submit short papers to be included in the proceedings. Proposals for short papers must not exceed 4 pages. The final version will be requested in electronic form by 20 July 2001. By this date authors will be requested to have a confirmed registration to the conference. Conference Proceedings The proceedings of ICICS’01 will be published in Springer-Verlag’s Lecture Notes in Computer Science series and should be available at the conference. The author of paper therefore are urged to comply with the SV Authors Instructions which are accessible from http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/index.html Important Dates Submission 20 May 2001 Acceptance 30 June 2001 Camera ready copy 20 July 2001 INSTRUCTION FOR AUTHORS Authors are welcome to submit their anonymous papers electronically to the following address in Postscript or MS Word format: icics01@ercist.iscas.ac.cn Authors also can send 4 copies of their anonymous papers to Prof. Sihan Qing at his postal address. For anonymous review, the cover page should contain author’s contact information. The paper should start with title and abstract without authors' names, affiliations, acknowledgment or obvious references. Full papers are limited to 12 single-spaced pages of 11pt font. Panel proposals should include a title, an abstract which describes the topics to be discussed, names of all proposed participants and assurance that the participants agree to serve on the panel. Authors who submit abstracts for 5-minute talks should include a title, all authors' names and their affiliations in the abstract and mark "5-minute talk" on top of the abstract. Authors of selected 5-minute talks will be invited to submit short papers to be included in the proceedings. Proposals for short papers must not exceed 4 pages. The final version will be requested in electronic form by 20 July 2001. By this date authors will be requested to have a confirmed registration to the conference. Conference Proceedings The proceedings of ICICS’01 will be published in Springer-Verlag’s Lecture Notes in Computer Science series and should be available at the conference. The author of paper therefore are urged to comply with the SV Authors Instructions which are accessible from http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/index.html Important Dates Submission 20 May 2001 Acceptance 30 June 2001 Camera ready copy 20 July 2001 INSTRUCTION FOR AUTHORS Authors are welcome to submit their anonymous papers electronically to the following address in Postscript or MS Word format: icics01@ercist.iscas.ac.cn Authors also can send 4 copies of their anonymous papers to Prof. Sihan Qing at his postal address. For anonymous review, the cover page should contain author’s contact information. The paper should start with title and abstract without authors' names, affiliations, acknowledgment or obvious references. Full papers are limited to 12 single-spaced pages of 11pt font. Panel proposals should include a title, an abstract which describes the topics to be discussed, names of all proposed participants and assurance that the participants agree to serve on the panel. Authors who submit abstracts for 5-minute talks should include a title, all authors' names and their affiliations in the abstract and mark "5-minute talk" on top of the abstract. Authors of selected 5-minute talks will be invited to submit short papers to be included in the proceedings. Proposals for short papers must not exceed 4 pages. The final version will be requested in electronic form by 20 July 2001. By this date authors will be requested to have a confirmed registration to the conference. Conference Proceedings The proceedings of ICICS’01 will be published in Springer-Verlag’s Lecture Notes in Computer Science series and should be available at the conference. The author of paper therefore are urged to comply with the SV Authors Instructions which are accessible from http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/index.html Important Dates Submission 20 May 2001 Acceptance 30 June 2001 Camera ready copy 20 July 2001 INSTRUCTION FOR AUTHORS Authors are welcome to submit their anonymous papers electronically to the following address in Postscript or MS Word format: icics01@ercist.iscas.ac.cn Authors also can send 4 copies of their anonymous papers to Prof. Sihan Qing at his postal address. For anonymous review, the cover page should contain author’s contact information. The paper should start with title and abstract without authors' names, affiliations, acknowledgment or obvious references. Full papers are limited to 12 single-spaced pages of 11pt font. Panel proposals should include a title, an abstract which describes the topics to be discussed, names of all proposed participants and assurance that the participants agree to serve on the panel. Authors who submit abstracts for 5-minute talks should include a title, all authors' names and their affiliations in the abstract and mark "5-minute talk" on top of the abstract. Authors of selected 5-minute talks will be invited to submit short papers to be included in the proceedings. Proposals for short papers must not exceed 4 pages. The final version will be requested in electronic form by 20 July 2001. By this date authors will be requested to have a confirmed registration to the conference. Conference Proceedings The proceedings of ICICS’01 will be published in Springer-Verlag’s Lecture Notes in Computer Science series and should be available at the conference. The author of paper therefore are urged to comply with the SV Authors Instructions which are accessible from http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/index.html Important Dates Submission 20 May 2001 Acceptance 30 June 2001 Camera ready copy 20 July 2001