Call for contributed talks and posters
The annual conference on quantum cryptography (QCrypt) solicits submissions for contributed talks and posters.
Our poster is now available! Please download and print it yourself!.
The following are the key dates of QCrypt 2020:
|10 March 2020||Talk submission open|
|Fri, 17 April 2020||Talk submission deadline|
|Mon, 1 June 2020||decision whether physical QCrypt 2020 takes place|
|Sun, 7 June 2020||Talk acceptance notification|
|Mon, 15 June 2020||Poster submission deadline|
|Sat, 20 June 2020||Poster acceptance notification|
|Tue, 30 June 2020||Early bird registration deadline|
|10-14 August 2020||QCrypt 2020|
Goal of the Conference
QCrypt is a conference for students and researchers working on all aspects of quantum cryptography. This includes theoretical and experimental research on the possibilities and limitations of secure communication and computation with quantum devices, how security can be preserved in the presence of a quantum computer, and how to achieve long distance quantum communication.
It is the goal of the conference to represent the previous year’s best results on quantum cryptography, and to support the building of a research community.
Contributed Talks and Posters
QCrypt solicits submissions of extended abstracts describing recent research results in quantum cryptography. These will be reviewed by the program committee, which will select a small number of contributed talks, and a larger number of poster presentations. The selection will be based on scientific merit of the submissions, keeping in mind the desire to create an attractive and balanced program. A small number of submissions may be upgraded to invited talks at the discretion of the PC chair and of the steering committee.
In line with the goal of showcasing the best results each year from all subfields, the conference has no published proceedings. Yet, contributed talks are highly competitive. QCrypt welcomes the submission of any interesting and important result, while allowing researchers from a wide range of disciplines to pursue publication in any venue appropriate to their field.
Student Paper Prize
Since 2011, QCrypt features a prize for the best student submission. A submission is eligible for the student prize if and only if the main author(s) is/are a student(s) at the time of the submission, will present the work at QCrypt (unless this is not possible for good reasons), and further a significant portion of the work must have been done by said student(s), including contributions to the key ideas.
Program committee list can be found here.
An extended abstract should be 2-3 pages in A4 or letter size PDF, using reasonable margins and at least 11pt font. It should give a non-technical, clear and insightful description of the results and main ideas, their impact, and their importance to quantum cryptography.
For a “poster only” submission, a one-page non-technical PDF is sufficient as the extended abstract.
The extended abstract may refer to technical details which are presented elsewhere. In particular, authors may include citations to a full version of the paper that is either published, available on arXiv.org or provided as an attachment (links to full versions on personal webpages are not accepted). This is strongly recommended for theory submissions to help the peer-review process. The extended abstract should not be a compressed version of the full-length paper.
The submission server is now available at: https://qcrypt2020.iro.umontreal.ca/
Impact of coronavirus outbreak
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