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Asiacrypt (also ASIACRYPT) is an important international conference for cryptography research. The full name of the conference is currently International Conference on the Theory and Application of Cryptology and Information Security, though this has varied over time. Asiacrypt is a conference sponsored by the International Association for Cryptologic Research (IACR) since 2000, and is one of its three flagship conferences. Asiacrypt is now held annually in November or December at various locations throughout eastern Asia and Australia.

Initially, the Asiacrypt conferences were called AUSCRYPT, as the first one was held in Sydney, Australia in 1990, and only later did the community decide that the conference should be held in locations throughout Asia. The first conference to be called "Asiacrypt" was held in 1991 in Fujiyoshida, Japan.

Conference and proceedings information by year

  • 1990: January 8-11, Sydney, Australia, Jennifer Seberry and Josef Pieprzyk, eds. (called AUSCRYPT 1990; ISBN 3-540-53000-2)
  • 1991: November 11-14, Fujiyoshida, Japan, Hideki Imai, Ronald Rivest, Tsutomu Matsumoto, eds. (ISBN 3-540-57332-1)
  • 1992: December 13-16, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia, Jennifer Seberry and Yuliang Zheng, eds. (called AUSCRYPT 1992; ISBN 3-540-57220-1)
  • 1994: November 28-December 1, Wollongong, Australia, Josef Pieprzyk, Reihaneh Safavi-Naini, eds. (called ASIACRYPT 1994, ISBN 3-540-59339-X)
  • 1996: November 3-7, Kyongju, Korea, Kwangjo Kim, Tsutomu Matsumoto, eds. (ISBN 3-540-61872-4)
  • 1998: October 18-22, Beijing, China, Kazuo Ohta, Dingyi Pei, eds. (ISBN 3-540-65109-8)
  • 1999: November 14-18, Singapore, Kwok-Yan Lam, Eiji Okamoto, Chaoping Xing, eds. (ISBN 3-540-66666-4)
  • 2000: December 3-7, Kyoto, Japan, Tatsuaki Okamoto, ed. (ISBN 3-540-41404-5)
  • 2001: December 9-13, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia, Colin Boyd, ed. (ISBN 3-540-42987-5)
  • 2002: December 1-5, Queenstown, New Zealand, Yuliang Zheng, ed. (ISBN 3-540-00171-9)
  • 2003: November 30-December 4, Taipei, Taiwan, Chi-Sung Laih, ed. (ISBN 3-540-20592-6)
  • 2004: December 5-9, Jeju Island, Korea, Pil Joong Lee, ed. (ISBN 3-540-23975-8)
  • 2005: December 4-8, Chennai, India, Bimal Roy, ed. (ISBN 3-540-30684-6)
  • 2006: December 3-7, Shanghai, China, Xuejia Lai, Kefei Chen, eds. (ISBN 3-540-49475-8)
  • 2007: December 2-6, Kuching, Malaysia, Kaoru Kurosawa, ed. (ISBN 978-3-540-76899-9)
  • 2008: December 7-11, Melbourne, Australia, Josef Pieprzyk, ed. (ISBN 978-3-540-89254-0)
  • 2009: December 6-10, Tokyo, Japan, Mitsuru Matsui, ed. (ISBN 978-3-642-10366-7)
  • 2010: December 5-9, Singapore, Masayuki Abe, ed. (ISBN 978-3-642-17373-8)
  • 2011: December 4-8, Seoul, Korea, Dong Hoon Lee, Xiaoyun Wang, eds. (ISBN 978-3-642-25385-0)
  • 2012: December 2-6, Beijing, China, Xiaoyun Wang, Kazue Sako, eds. (ISBN 978-3-642-34961-4)

See also

External links

  • Asiacrypt/Auscrypt bibliography from 1990
  • IACR conferences page; contains links to Asiacrypt homepages from 2000
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