International Conference on Cryptology And Network Security (CANS)
InfoSec Conference Summary
The description was submitted by the Conference Organizer. We sometimes edit it to enhance the listing.Add this conference to your favourites
The International Conference on Cryptology And Network Security (CANS) is a recognized annual conference, focusing on all aspects of cryptology, and of data, network, and computer security, attracting cutting-edge results from world-renowned scientists in the area. CANS 2019 will be held in Fuzhou (China) in collaboration with the Fujian Provincial Key Laboratory of Network Security and Cryptology, Fujian Normal University. Earlier editions were held in Taipei (’01), San Francisco (’02), Miami (’03), Xiamen (’05), Suzhou (’06), Singapore (’07), Hong Kong (’08), Kanazawa (’09), Kuala Lumpur (’10), Sanya (’11), Darmstadt (’12), Parary (’13), Crete (’14), Marrakesh (’15), Milan (’16), Hong Kong (’17) and Naples (’18). All accepted papers will be presented at the conference and will appear in the conference proceedings, which will be published by Springer in the LNCS series.
High quality papers on unpublished research and implementation experiences are solicited for submission. All papers must be original and not substantially duplicate work that has been published at or is simultaneously submitted to a journal or another conference/workshop with proceedings. All submissions must be written in English, at most 20 pages in Springer’s Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) format, including title, abstract, and bibliography. The introduction should summarise the contributions of the paper at the level understandable for a non-expert reader. The introduction should also explain the relation to related work. At most 4 pages of supplemental material may be provided as well-marked appendices, however, the paper should be intelligible without this material. Submissions must be anonymous (no author names, affiliations, acknowledgments, or obvious references). The conference will also consider short papers, that is, submissions of up to 8 pages (in the LNCS format), for results that are not yet fully fleshed out or that simply require few pages to describe but still make a significant contribution. All submissions must be processed with LaTeX2e according to the instructions given by Springer. Submitted manuscripts must be typeset in plain Springer LNCS format, in particular without changing the font size, margins or line spacing. Submissions not meeting these guidelines may be rejected without consideration of their merits. Papers must be submitted electronically in PDF format via easychair.