Call For Papers

Financial Cryptography '99
February 22-25, 1999, Anguilla, BWI


General Information: Original papers are solicited on all aspects of financial data security and digital commerce in general for submission to the 3rd Annual Conference on Financial Cryptography (FC99).  FC99 aims to bring together persons involved in both the financial and data security fields to foster cooperation and exchange of ideas.  Relevant topics include

Anonymous Payments
Copyright Protection
Credit/Debit Cards
Currency Exchange
Digital Cash

Digital Receipts
Economic Implications
Electronic Funds Transfer
Electronic Purses
Loss Tolerance

Loyalty Mechanisms
Network Payments
Privacy Issues
Regulatory Issues
Smart Cards
Trust Management

Instructions for Authors: Send a cover letter and 12 copies of an extended abstract to be received no later than September 25, 1998 (or postmarked by September 18, 1998 and sent via airmail) to the Program Chair.  The extended abstract should start with the title, names of authors, abstract, and keywords followed by a succinct statement appropriate for a non-specialist reader specifying the subject addressed, background, main achievements, and significance to financial data security.  Submissions are limited to 15 single-spaced pages of 12pt type.  Notification of acceptance or rejection will be sent to authors no later than December 1, 1998.  Authors of accepted papers must guarantee that their paper will be presented at the conference.

Proceedings: Proceedings of the conference will be published by Springer Verlag in their Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series.  Preproceedings will be available at the conference, but final versions will not be due until afterwards, giving authors the opportunity to revise their papers based on presentations and discussions at the meeting.  Instructions and deadlines for submission of final papers will be sent later to authors of accepted papers.

Other Information: Information about conference registration and on travel, hotels, and Anguilla itself will follow in a separate general announcement.  A workshop, intended for anyone with commercial software development experience who wants hands-on familiarity with the issues and technology of financial cryptography, is planned in conjunction with FC99.  FC99 is organized by the International Financial Cryptography Association.

Program Committee:

Joan Feigenbaum, AT&T Labs
Yair Frankel, CertCo
Matthew Franklin, Xerox PARC
David Goldschlag, Divx
Markus Jakobsson, Bell Labs
Ari Juels, RSA Labs

Arjen Lenstra, Citibank
Clifford Neuman, USC
Berry Schoenmakers, DigiCash
Jacques Stern, ENS
Yacov Yacobi, Microsoft
Bennet Yee, U. C. San Diego

Send Submissions to:

Matthew Franklin, FC99 Program Chair
Xerox PARC
3333 Coyote Hill Road
Palo Alto, CA 94304
phone: 650-812-4000

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