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FHE.org conference 2023
The 2nd Annual FHE.org Conference on Fully Homomorphic Encryption is affiliated with Real World Crypto 2023 and will be held at the Bellesalle Onarimon Tower in Tokyo (Japan) on Sunday, March 26, 2023.
View resources (slides and videos) from the conference here.
Submission deadline: November 19, 2022 (firm deadline)
Registration is open December 6,2022
Notification of acceptance: January 25, 2023
- Conference date: March 26, 2023
If your company would like to sponsor this or future conferences, please contact the Publicity Chair.
FHE.org 2023 gratefully acknowledges the financial support of:
- 2023.04.05 Resources page is now available here and resources are being added by authors.
- 2023.02.15 Full day schedule is live. See it here on the program page
- 2023.02.06 List of all accepted papers and posters have been added here on the program page.
- 2023.01.25 All authors with accepted presentations or posters are now notified. Congratulations, and thank you to everyone who submitted an abstract.
- 2022.12.06 🎉🎟 The registration for the FHE.org 2023 is now open. We have limited room for this 2nd conference, make sure to get your tickets here.
- 2022.11.19 Thank you to everyone who submitted an abstract for our CFP. We will announce the selected presentations/posters on January 25th.
- 2022.09.26: Japan to lift Covid-19 restrictions on foreign visits in October
- 2022.08.24: Announcement of the 2nd annual FHE.org conference on Fully Homomorphic Encryption
The venue is hosted at Bellesalle Onarimon Tower, Japan, 〒105-0011 Tokyo, Minato City, Shibakōen, 1-chōme−1−１ 住友不動産御成門タワー 4th Floor.
The closest subway station is Onarimon Station. The venue tower is directly in front of exit A3a.
If you’re coming from the airport, you can take the Keikyu airport line directly to Daimon station without needing to get off, then walk about 8 min. From the airport there are 2 subway ticket stations opposite each other seperated by an escalator. Look for the one that says “Keikyu line” above it. If it doesn’t say that, go to the opposite side ticket office.