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call for position papers

This year RWC is accepting submissions for presentations in the workshop. The format of submissions should be a short, non-anonymous position paper discussing at a reasonable level of detail what the author(s) propose to talk about. The position paper should be 1 to 3 pages and should be intelligible without requiring any additional references. The position paper may have pointers to published work or other material. The position paper will not be published and will be used solely for evaluating the suitability of the presentation for the RWC program. In the position paper, it is imperative to explain in a clear way why the presentation fits in the RWC program. In general, pure academic talks in cryptography or computer security that have no immediate real world impact will not be included in the program; similarly, industrial talks that do not give insights about real world applications of cryptography and related issues will not be included. The authors may also include sample slides in pdf format. In this case, a zip file with two pdf files should be uploaded. 

Submissions should be submitted until November 1st (23:59 UTC-11) for full consideration.  We will accept submissions until the RWC 2015 program is finalized.

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