[Busec] Fwd: Workshop on RFID Security and Privacy, early bird deadline May 13
reyzin at cs.bu.edu
Tue Apr 26 08:55:32 EDT 2011
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From: Kevin Fu <kevinfu at cs.umass.edu>
Date: Tue, Apr 26, 2011 at 3:19 AM
Subject: Workshop on RFID Security and Privacy, early bird deadline May 13
Howdy Fellow New Englanders,
Would you please forward this RFIDsec announcement as appropriate with your
colleagues? I figure that students and faculty in the New York and greater
New England area would be interested due to the close proximity. The
tutorials and workshop should interest the lightweight crypto, side channel
analysis, PUFs, contactless payments, and embedded/sensor networking crowds.
Computer Science Department
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Ph: 616-594-0385 Fax: 413-545-1249
7th Annual Workshop on RFID Security and Privacy (RFIDsec)
Amherst, MA, USA
June 26-28, 2011
Early bird registration ends May 13
RFIDsec brings together researchers from academia and industry for
topics of importance to improving the security and privacy of RFID,
NFC, contactless technologies, and the Internet of Things. RFIDsec
bridges the gap between cryptographic researchers and RFID developers
through invited talks, tutorials, and contributed presentations and
Early bird registration expires May 13. The first 50 attendees to
register will receive a complimentary RFID-shielded wallet.
Pre-workshop tutorials cover the physics of RFID, hands-on
differential power analysis of hardware tokens, hands-on programming
of batteryless RFID-scale sensor devices, and an introduction to RFID
security and privacy.
Social highlights include a reception and a New England-style clambake
with scenic views of the rolling foothills and majestic mountains of
the Pioneer Valley.
Discounts for full-time students are made possible by the generosity
of Microsoft Research, Mocana, Cryptography Research, the RFID
Journal, and DIFRwear.
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