Call For Paper
- About GreHack
- Format for Submitted Papers
- Format for Workshop Proposals
- Important dates
- Misc/other information
- Program committee
GreHack is an international security conference which takes place in Grenoble, France. It aims to bring together academia, industrials, governmental agencies, students and hackers to discuss new advances in computer and information security research. This year will be the tenth edition and we intend to make this event very special with the traditional conferences, workshops and CTF.
computer security, reverse, hardware, crypto, exploit, network, food, drinks, goodies, rumps, Chartreuse liquor, and a lot more.
GreHack is an international security conference, so any work related to security will be relevant and considered by the Program Committee. We encourage original and groundbreaking submissions, demonstrations, release of new open source/non-commercial tools, interaction with the audience, and any other fun stuff. The authors will specify explicitly which category of submission their proposal belongs to : paper or workshop.
The papers and workshops will be evaluated according to the following criteria (non-exclusively) : relevance, novelty, technical or scientific content, completeness, overall recommendation, fun...
Format for Submitted Papers
GreHack is an international security conference, so the only requirement regarding format is the use of English language. Apart from that, we do accept any format and companion materials (classical academic paper, short paper, slides, video, demo with comments, state of the art, relevant work...) you may judge appropriate to present your submission and convince the PC members that your work deserves to be presented at GreHack 2022. Every submissions must include at least 3 key takeaways, and we strongly recommend a submission of minimum 2000 characters.
If your work is selected for presentation, the duration will be either of 30 minutes (long) or 15 minutes (short), both including questions, depending on your preference and PC decision.
Format for Workshop Proposals
Like the papers, workshops may address any of the topic mentioned above and should be delivered in English. Proposers should provide information on the title, duration, motivation, background, structure, prerequisite and associated references. Additional information on similar or previous workshop can also be provided, if applicable. Workshops duration should not exceed 3 hours.
Note: the workshop should not be subject to promote products or commercial services.
|Submission deadline||August 15th, 2022|
|Author notification||September 30th, 2022|
|Program publication||October 14th, 2022|
|Publication Ready Version & Streaming support||beginning of November, 2022|
|Conference||November 18th, 2022|
|CTF||November 19th, 2022|
- Papers can be submitted here: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=grehack2022
- Authors and affiliations must be mentioned, thus GreHack cannot accept anonymized submissions.
- Submissions accepted by the Program Committee will be presented at GreHack 2022.
- For accepted works, at least one of the authors should be available to present the work.
- In the light of covid19 crisis and potential restriction to travel, we expect authors to provide material ahead of time and to be available for remote presentation. This policy might be revisited and we might be able to host authors in Grenoble. In any case, make sure you will be available to present your work before submitting.
- Further questions on the submission process may be sent to the organization chair at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- (chair) Florent Autréau (Mataru)
- (chair) Marion Lafon (Ledger)
- Axelle Apvrille (Fortinet) @cryptax
- Bruno Keith (Dataflow Security)
- Claire Vacherot (Orange Cyberdefensee)
- Diane Dubois (Google) @0xdidu
- Dorian Biichlé (Université Grenoble Alpes)
- Doriane Perard (Université Grenoble Alpes)
- Emilie Denis (Microsoft)
- Fabrice Desclaux (CEA-DAM)
- Jules Maselbas
- Juliette Chapalain (ANSSI)
- Marion Videau (Quarkslab)
- Nicolas Bordes (Ledger)
- Nicolas Ruff (Google) @newsoft
- Pascal Lafourcade (LIMOS, Université Clermont Auvergne) @Pascalafourcade
- Philippe Paget (Conseil Départemental de l'Isère)
- Ruchna Nigam (Palo Alto Networks)
- Xavier René-Corail (GitHub Security Lab)