Workshop on Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC)
ECC is an annual workshops dedicated to the study of elliptic curve
cryptography and related areas. Since the first ECC workshop, held 1997
in Waterloo, the ECC conference series has broadened its scope beyond
elliptic curve cryptography and now covers a wide range of areas
within modern cryptography. For instance, past ECC conferences
included presentations on hyperelliptic curve cryptography,
pairing-based cryptography, side-channel attacks, voting protocols,
quantum key distribution, AES, hash functions, and implementation
The ECC Workshops has invited presentations only. Presentations tend to
give an overview on emerging or established areas of modern
cryptography, often combined with new research findings.
Upcoming ECC Workshops
ECC 2013 will be organized in Leuven, Belgium, September 16-18. The main organizers are
Lejla Batina, Wouter Castryck, Fre Vercauteren, and Ingrid Verbauwhede.
There will be a summer school on elliptic curves September 11-13.
Past ECC Workshops
ECC 1997 in Waterloo, Canada.
ECC 1998 in Waterloo, Canada, slides.
ECC 1999 in Waterloo, Canada, slides.
ECC 2000 in Essen, Germany, slides.
ECC 2001 in Waterloo, Canada, slides.
ECC 2002 in Essen, Germany, slides.
ECC 2003 in Waterloo, Canada, slides.
ECC 2004 in Bochum, Germany, slides.
ECC 2005 in Copenhagen, Denmark, slides.
ECC 2006 in Toronto, Canada, slides.
ECC 2007 in Dublin, Ireland, slides.
ECC 2008 in Utrecht, the Netherlands, slides.
ECC 2009 in Calgary,
Alberta, Canada, slides.
- ECC 2010 in Redmond, USA.
Links to slides and movies are integrated.
- ECC 2011 was held September 19-21
in Nancy, France. Slides are available from the same page.
ECC 2012 was held October 28-31 in Queretaro, Mexico. Eventually slides and videos of all talks should be available on the webpage.
The steering committee coordinates the ECC workshops, solicits
proposals of venues for upcoming workshops, and provides guidance for
forming the program committees. The local organizer of an ECC workshop
is responsible for running the workshop and also assumes all financial
responsibilities for the workshop.
- Tanja Lange (Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, Netherlands), Chair
- Alfred Menezes (University of Waterloo, Canada)
- Christof Paar (Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany)
- Scott Vanstone (University of Waterloo, Canada)