Keynote Speaker ( more will bee updated )

Keynote Speaker I

Prof.Yoshifumi Manabe, Kogakuin University, Japan

Secure computation using physical cards

 

Abstract:

Computers are commonly used for encryption and decryption in cryptography.

In 1990, a new kind of cryptographic protocol has been proposed in which physical cards are used instead of computers to securely calculate values.They are useful when we cannot trust software on computers.Also, people who do not know about cryptography can execute and  understand the protocols.

den Boer first showed a five-card protocol to securely calculate logical AND of two inputs. Since then, many protocols have been proposed to calculate logical functions and specific computations such as millionaires' problem, voting, random permutation, grouping and so on. This talk shows several protocols and recent results using private operations.

The number of cards used in the protocol is the most important criteria to evaluate card-based cryptographic protocols.Using private operations, the theoretically minimum number of cards is achieved in many problems.

 

Bio: Yoshifumi Manabe was born in Osaka, Japan, on December 7, 1960.

He received B. E. and M. E. degrees in information engineering from Osaka University, Japan in 1983 and 1985. He received Ph. D. degree from Osaka University in 1993.

He worked for Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation(NTT) from 1985 to 2013. He was a group leader of NTT Communication science Laboratories during 2000-2003 and 2007-2011.

In 1994-95, he was a visiting researcher of Department of Computer Science, The Johns Hopkins University.
He was also a guest associate professor of Graduate School of Informatics, Kyoto University from 2001 to 2013.
From 2013 to 2016, he was a Professor, Department of Computer Science, Faculty of Informatics, Kogakuin University.
Since 2016, he is a Professor, Department of Information Systems and Applied Mathematics, Faculty of Informatics, Kogakuin University.

His research interests include distributed algorithms, cryptography, and game theory.
He is a member of the ACM, IEEE, IPSJ(Information Processing Society of Japan), IEICE(The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers(Japan)), and JSIAM(The Japan Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics).

 

Keynote Speaker II

 

Prof. Anwar Ali,  Zhejiang Sci-Tech University

 Printed Magnetorquer for the Attitude Control of a Small SpaceCraft

 

Abstract:

The nanosatellite market is rapidly growing for scientific and commercial applications. The main reason is the availability of low-cost commercial off-the-shelf components and already-developed subsystems in the market. This evolution also enabled many universities and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to develop their own satellites. The problem with small satellites is the available space and weight constraints for housing a large number of required subsystems, such as power, attitude determination and control, telecommunication, and payload. The ultimate solution is to make all subsystems smaller and lighter. Attitude control system orientate the satellite in space to rotate solar panels towards Sun and antennas towards ground station. Normally permanent magnets, reaction wheels, and magnetic rods are used for this purpose, but their price, weight, and size make them incompatible with small satellites. In this conference, we are going to discuss an innovative embedded attitude actuator called embedded magnetorquer coil, which is inserted in the internal layers of the power management PCB (printed circuit board) of a small satellite. The resultant system is very light, reconfigurable and occupies no extra space on the spacecraft.

 

Bio: Dr. Anwar Ali received his M.S. degree in Electronic Engineering and Ph.D. degree in Electronic and Communication Engineering from Politecnico di Torino, Italy in 2010 and 2014, respectively. During PhD, he worked on AraMiS (Italian acronym stands for modular architecture of small satellites) project which is a joint venture between Politecnico di Torino, MIT (Boston, USA), Spin Electronics and NeOhm.

Since March 2019, he is working as Associate Professor at the School of Information Science and Technology, Zhejiang Sci-Tech University, Hangzhou, China.  He has published 40 research papers in renowned journals and conferences around the globe and has completed 5 research projects as Principle Investigator. His research interests include design and development of aerospace systems, power electronics, analog circuits and thermal analysis & thermal modeling of aerospace systems.

 

 

Conference Program

July 29, 2021: Registration + Icebreaker Reception

July 30, 2021: Opening Ceremony

July  30, 2021: K.N. Speech+Technical Sessions

July 312021: Lab tours+Half day tour

Important Dates

Full Submission deadline: May 25th, 2021

Abstract Submission deadline: May 15th,  2021

Notification of acceptance: Jun. 10th, 2021

Registration deadline: Jun. 25th,  2021

Conference date: July 29-31,2021

NEWS


May 1, 2021 News! Welcome Prof. Long Zhang, Hebei University of Engineering, China to join the conference technical committee.

Apr. 5, 2021 News! The last round submission has begun.

Mar. 3, 2021 News! The third round submission has begun.
Feb. 2, 2021 News! The second round submission has begun.

Dec. 12, 2020 News! Welcome to submit your paper to ICWCSP 2021.

Dec.12, 2020 News! Welcome the conference keynote speaker Prof.Yoshifumi Manabe, Kogakuin University, Japan to make a speech: Secure computation using physical cards.

2020.11.1 Duo to the negtive influnce from COVID-19, the icwcsp 2020 had been cancelled, whihc to be held in Bangkok, Thailand. The ICWCSP 2021 will be held in Hangzhou, China during July 29-31, 2021.
2020.4.2
The last roud submission has begun.

2020.3.2 The next round submission begun.

2020.1.30 The conference date has changed to July 29-31, 2020 due to the outbreak of new coronavirus.

2020.1.30 Welcome Prof. Mingyuan Yan, University of North Georgia to join the conference committee (Click)

2020.1.1 The conference venue information updated. (Click)

2020.1.1 The second round submission has begun. (Click)

2019.11.25 Welcome Welcome Prof. Sunny Joseph,  K. E. College,  M.G.University, India to join in the conference technical committee. (Click)

2019.10.28 Welcome Prof. Jianjun Yang, Prof. Angie Ceniza and Dr. Raouf Mehannaoui to join in the conference technical committee. (Click)

2019.10.18 Welcome Prof.Yoshifumi Manabe and Prof. Christopher Nwosisi to make a speech for the conference. (Click)

2019.10.11 Welcome Dr. Nor Surayahani Suriani and Dr. Krzysztof Gaska to join in the technical committee. (Click)

2019.8.20 ICWCSP will be held in Bangkok, Thailand during May 29-31, 2020. 

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