The International Conference on Codes, Cryptology and Information Security (C2SI)
is a recognized biennial conference, organized in cooperation with the
International Association for Cryptologic Research
focusing on all aspects of coding theory, cryptology,
and information security, attracting cutting-edge results from world-renowned scientists in the area.
C2SI-2023 will be held at the Faculty of Sciences of
Mohammed V University
in Rabat (Morocco) on May 29-31, 2023.
All accepted papers that will presented at the conference
will appear in the conference proceeding, which will be published by
in the LNCS series
and will be available at the conference.
After the conference a bus trip is scheduled to visit some regions of Morocco on May, 31st to June 03rd, 2023.
|Yvo G. Desmedt||University of Texas at Dallas, USA / University College London, UK,|
|Philippe Gaborit||Limoges University - France|
|David Naccache||CNRS & ENS de Paris|
|Pierangela Samarati||Università degli Studi di Milano|
This conference wishes to honor Jean-Louis 's brilliant institutional and academic career.
J.-L. Lanet started his career as technician researcher at the Advanced
Studies Labs of Elecma, Electronic division of the Snecma, now part of
the Safran group. He worked on hard real time techniques for jet engine
control (1984-1995). He designed a distributed architecture for the M88
(Rafale engine) able to tolerate several failure while keeping its real
time capabilities. During that period he got an engineer degree in
computer science and his PhD degree.
After that, he was senior researcher at Gemplus Research Labs (1996-2007) the smart card manufacturer. During this period, he spent two years at INRIA (2003-2004) as an engineer at DirDRI (Direction des Relations Industrielles) and senior research associate in the Everest team at INRIA Sophia-Antipolis. During that period he got his Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches (HdR) during the first INRIA period.
Then, he has been Professor at the University of Limoges (2007-2014) at the Computer Science department, where he led the SSD team (Smart Secure Device). He was also associate professor of the University of Sherbrook and was in charge of the Security and Cryptology course of the USTH Master (Hanoi). His research interests include the security of small systems like smart cards, but also software engineering, malware analysis, hardware security.
Finally, he joined INRIA- Rennes Bretagne Atlantique in September 2014 to lead the High Security Labs (LHS) until 2020. Now he is retired in Normandy, still involved in teaching malware analysis.
He has more than 200 papers in the fields of security and software engineering.
Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
|Submission deadline||December 30, 2022 January 15, 2023, 23:59, Anywhere on Earth.|
|Notification to authors||
|Camera-Ready and Registration||March 15, 2023|
|Conference:||May 29 - 31 , 2023|
|Social event:||June 1 - 3, 2023|