WCC 2003

International Workshop on Coding and Cryptography

March 24-28, 2003, Versailles (France)

The workshop is organized by INRIA and ENSTA. It will be held at INRIA, in Versailles, at 20 km from Paris. You can visit the Web sites of the previous editions of the workshop: WCC 2001 and WCC'99.

The workshop is sponsored by the Ecole Supérieure et d'Application des Transmissions, by the Université de Limoges, by the Délégation Générale pour l'Armement (DGA), by the European Research Consortium for Informatics and Mathematics (ERCIM) and by France Telecom R&D.
INRIA   ENSTA   Université de Limoges

ESAT   DGA   ERCIM   France Telecom R&D

The official languages are English and French.

Conference Themes

Our aim is to bring together researchers in all aspects of coding theory, cryptography and related areas, theoretical or applied.

Topics include, but are not limited to:

Important dates

Submission of an extended abstract by November 29, 2002
Notification by January 31, 2003
Final version for the book of abstracts by February 13, 2003

Announcement and Call for papers

You can see there the Call for papers in an html version. (PDF version).
The paper submission is closed.

Registration Form

Registration is now open.
You need to download the registration form, print it on your local printer, fill it and send it by surface mail.
Please download the registration form either in PDF (20k) format or in PostScript (121k) format.

Hotels information

INRIA is much closer to Versailles than Paris. We therefore strongly recommend that you stay in Versailles during the workhop. Keep in mind that Versailles is a very visited touristic town and therefore the hotels are very busy. Early reservations are recommended.
For people having problems to find accomodation in Versailles, we recommend you to book a hotel in Paris near the train station "Gare Montparnasse".
Here is a list of hotels in Versailles and in Paris

Accepted papers and invited talks

Here is the list of accepted papers (51 among 106) and of invited talks.

Preliminary program

Up-to-date information

Last modification on March 13, 2003.