Under the auspices of Ing. Ivo Uher, Major of city Třebíč and doc. RNDr. Miroslav Doupovec, CSc.,
Dean of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Brno University of Technology.
The 9th Central European Conference on Cryptography - Třebíč'09
is the next in the series of Central European Conferences on Cryptography, a
series which has become a traditional meeting of people interested in all
areas of cryptography. The CECC series is organized every year since the
year 2000 in one of the Central European countries - Austria, Czech
Republic, Hungary, Slovak Republic and Poland.
The aim of the conference is to bring together researchers in all aspects
of foundations of cryptography, and related areas, theoretical or applied
(e.g. encryption schemes, signature schemes, general cryptographic
protocols, design of cryptographic systems, key management, computational
difficulty, one-way functions, zero-knowledge proofs, pseudorandomness,
information assurance, security in information systems, coding theory
All participants are encouraged to present a contributed talk (see abstracts of invite speakers
proceeding of the conference will be published in the Tatra Mountains
Mathematical Publications (tatra.mat.savba.sk
We organize a free special Conference shuttle transport from Vienna Airport to Třebíč at June, 22 (Monday). A reservation is necessary. If you have reserved your place, please wait at the Meeting Point (Treffpunkt) in the arrival hall. Departures from Vienna to Třebíč: 10:30, 15:45, 21:00.
The venue of the conference
|A reduced fee 170 EUR (4800 CZK) is applied if you send the money on our account before the (extended) registration deadline June, 13.
The conference will take place in the city of Třebíč, an administrational,
cultural and social center of historically very alive region.
Třebíč lies almost as a gravity center of the triangle with vertices in
Prague - the capital of Czech Republic, Brno - the capital of Moravian
region, and Vienna - the capital of Austria. It is located 60km south-west
from the Moravian metropolis Brno and 150km north-west from Vienna, and
150km south-east from Prague. The history is present at very step and
every place of this marvelous city which oldest historical record dates
back to the 12th century. Several sites of Třebíč are on the list of
UNESCO protected monuments.
The historical role of the region is best demonstrated by other two
historical places protected as UNESCO monuments.
The conference talks will be held in the congress hall of the hotel
Virtual Třebíč tour.
- The (extended) registration deadline is June, 13.
- The deadline for a late registration is June, 20.
Official city site.
Region Vysočina UNESCO sites.
Třebíč UNESCO sites.