We are happy to announce the third edition of the conference on Information-Theoretic Cryptography (ITC). Information-theoretic cryptography studies security in the presence of computationally unbounded adversaries and covers a wide array of topics at the intersection of cryptography, coding theory, information theory and theory of computation. Notable examples include randomness extraction and privacy amplification, secret sharing, secure multiparty computation and proof systems, private-information retrieval and locally decodable codes, authentication codes and non-malleable codes, differential privacy, quantum information processing, and information-theoretic foundations of physical-layer security.
See https://itcrypto.github.io for more information.
The conference will have two tracks: a conference track and a spotlight track. The conference track will operate like a traditional conference with the usual review process and published proceedings. The spotlight track consists of invited talks (not included in the proceedings) that highlight the most exciting recent advances in the area. We are soliciting nominations for spotlight talks from the community. (See the Call for Papers.)
ITC2022 will take place on July 5-7, 2022 in Boston, MA. We are planning for a hybrid online/in-person event. The submission deadline is Jan 10, 2022 and the call for papers (including a nomination procedure for the spotlight track) is available here: https://itcrypto.github.io/2022/2022cfp.html.
The Organizing Committee
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