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This profile was last updated on 7/3/07  and contains information from public web pages.
 
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Eurocrypt 2007
www.iacr.org, 3 July 2007 [cached]
Joe Kilian (Rutgers University)
Mathematics Awareness Month - April 2006
www.mathaware.org, 1 April 2006 [cached]
Joe Kilian writes about Secure Computation [Level: intermediate], a concept introduced in the 1980s, and Vincent Rijmen, in his essay Slide rules and electronic voting [Level: introductory], shows how the idea that underlies the use of the slide rule for performing multiplication (in common use prior to the days of electronic calculators) has been resurrected in a new format to provide a protocol for conducting Internet elections.
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Kilian is a professor in the department of Computer Science at Rutgers University, who carries out research in cryptology (theory and applied), algorithms, and complexity theory.
Balenson then raised a question that ...
www.iacr.org, 8 April 2014 [cached]
Balenson then raised a question that had been asked by Crypto 2001 Program Chair Kilian on page limits.
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The General Chair is Dave Balenson, and the Program Chair is Joe Kilian.
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McCurley then noted that several Board positions would be open including the position of IACR President. ____________________________________________________________________ McCurley then noted that the IACR is a volunteer organization and presented plaques in gratitude to Crypto 2001 General Chair David Balenson and Crypto 2001 Program Chair Joe Kilian for their efforts in making the conference a success.
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Applause was given by the audience. ____________________________________________________________________ Program Chair Kilian then presented statistics on the conference program. He said that there had been 156 submissions of which 34 had been accepted (although one was subsequently withdrawn). This meant that 78% of the submissions were rejected. The breakdown of submissions by domain was given as follows. .com 37 .edu 32 .fr 15 .jp 10 .kr 9 .tw 7 .au 6 .il 5 .de 5 .net 4 .ch 4 .uk 4 .in 3 .ca 3 .se 3 .org 2 .dk 2 .yu 1 .sg 1 .mx 1 .ie 1 .gov 1 .es 1 .be 1 Kilian gave the following breakdown of reasons for acceptances by the Program Committee.
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Kilian then noted that 10 out of 37 ".com" submissions were accepted for a rate of 27% while only 8 out of 32 ".edu" submissions were accepted for a rate of 25%. Next, Kilian observed that 40% of papers citing committee members Ran Canetti and Stuart Haber were accepted while all papers mentioning any of six other committee members were rejected.
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Kilian added that citation of other notable names had the following results on acceptance rates. Wigderson 24.5% Rabin 14.6% Micali 10.5% Goldreich 9.5% Goldwasser 8.9% Shamir 2.4% Kilian then noted that there was a +.16 correlation between size of submitted ".ps" files and acceptance rates and that only 10% of papers prepared using Microsoft Word were accepted. Finally he noted variations in acceptance rates for papers using each of the following terms. Rigorous +35 Paradigm +15.8 Practical +0.29 Correct +0.91 Fast -2 Whit Diffie asked if stylistic recognition software was run, and Kilian responded that it had revealed that most of the papers were written by Sir Francis Bacon. ____________________________________________________________________ General Chair Balenson then reported on details for Crypto 2001 which he dubbed as "the 1st Crypto in the true 21st Century". He said that the unofficial totals included 497 registrants of which 105 (21%) were students, 85 (17%) had attended Eurocrypt, and 394 (79%) had registered early.
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"It was a test! (Scott Fluhrer wins the prize)" "It represents a noisy channel" "The channel was under attack" "It's a quantum bit" "I copied it from the 1st edition of a well known book" Balenson concluded by thanking the IACR Board and especially Susan Langford; former General Chairs Matt Franklin and Don Beaver; his employer NAI Labs, the security research division of PGP Security, a Network Associates Business; Joe Kilian, the Program Chair, and the Program Committee; and UCSB conference services (Sally Vito), catering services (Eriko Macdonald), and Campbell Hall technicians (J.O. and team). ____________________________________________________________________ Treasurer Langford then gave a report on the finances of the IACR.
Joe Kilian expressed discomfort ...
www.iacr.org, 30 Mar 2009 [cached]
Joe Kilian expressed discomfort with the proposed change to the Bylaws without an opportunity for open debate. He then asked if an on-line discussion mechanism could be made available.
Announcements
www.iacr.org, 29 Jan 2006 [cached]
* Program Committee Chair: Joe Kilian, NEC Labs America http://external.nj.nec.com/homepages/joe * Conference General Chair: Shafi Goldwasser, MIT and Weizmann Institute * Program Committee:
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Joe Kilian (NEC)
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