February 14, 2009

March 18–20, 2009 — PKC 2009

Posted at February 14, 2009 02:15 PM in Announcement , Collaboration , Program .

Public Key Cryptography

:: 2009 Conference in Irvine ::

We would like to inform all computer science professionals and academics in the greater LA area that UC Irvine will hold the 12th international conference on Theory and Practice of Public Key Cryptography, PKC'09, on March 18-20, 2009. Information can be found at:


Everyone who is interested in cryptography and information security is very much encouraged to attend!

Also, if any IT-security/cryptography organization in the area would be interested in contributing some modest sponsorship to the conference, and gaining visibility this way within the cryptographic R&D community, we'd appreciate any extra help, and we can be contacted at pkc09@ics.uci.edu.

PKC'09 will be hosted by the Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences at the University of California, Irvine (UCI), in Irvine, California. The meetings will take place at CalIT2, a research center and a conference facility located next door to the Bren School of ICS. UCI is located in Southern California, a mere 10-minute drive from the beach, 10-minute drive from the Santa Ana Airport (SNA) and a 50-minute drive from the Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). Conference attendees can stay at numerous hotels in the Irvine area; however, two nearby hotels offer discount rates to conference attendees: Atrium Hotel ($104/day) and Crowne Plaza ($116/day).

For more information about the venue and accommodations, see:

For more information about travel to Irvine and UCI, see:

For general information about Irvine area, see:


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