CHES 2009, the 11th workshop on Cryptographic Hardware and Embedded Systems, was held in Lausanne, Switzerland, September 6a9, 2009. The wo- shop was sponsored by the International Association for Cryptologic Research (IACR). The workshop attracted a record number of 148 submissions from 29 co- tries, of which the Program Committee selected 29 for publication in the wo- shop proceedings, resulting in an acceptance rate of 19.6%, the lowest in the history of CHES. The review process followed strict standards: each paper - ceived at least four reviews, and some asmanyaseightreviews.Membersofthe Program Committee were restricted to co-authoring at most two submissions, and their papers were evaluated by an extended number of reviewers. The ProgramCommittee included 53 members representing 20 countries and ?ve continents. These members were carefully selected to represent academia, industry, and government, as well as to include world-class experts in various research ?elds of interest to CHES. The Program Committee was supported by 148 external reviewers. The total number of people contributing to the - view process, including Program Committee members, external reviewers, and Program Co-chairs, exceeded 200. The papers collected in this volume represent cutting-edge worldwide - search in the rapidly growing and evolving area of cryptographic engineering.11th International Workshop Lausanne, Switzerland, September 6-9, 2009 Proceedings Christophe Clavier, Kris Gaj ... Furthermore, their spushuffle instruction differs from vperm in that it assigns a meaning to the top 3 bits of their input, so inputs need to be masked before permuting. Furthermore, the ... Our results include some 150% improvement over current implementations on the G4e4. On recentanbsp;...
|Title||:||Cryptographic Hardware and Embedded Systems - CHES 2009|
|Author||:||Christophe Clavier, Kris Gaj|
|Publisher||:||Springer - 2009-08-28|