February 28th and 29th, 2024



About Winter School

The 4th ISC Winter School on Cryptography is approaching and we are excited to announce that this year’s event will be held virtually between February 28th and 29th, 2024. The school is organized by the Iranian Society of Cryptology (ISC) and Cyberspace Research Institute (CRI) at Shahid Beheshti University. ISC is a non-profit organization devoted to promoting the science of cryptology.


The focus of this year’s winter school is “Security of Artificial Intelligence”. The program will be led by a team of renowned experts in the field.

The school is designed to be both informative and educative for a wide range of graduate students and to present state-of-the-art and recent results on the subjects they target. The target audience for the school is graduate students and postdocs familiar with basic concepts of security and AI. However, we welcome all faculty, undergrads, and people in relevant industries with the necessary background to participate.

The winter school will be held fully online, providing an opportunity for participants from all over the world to join. All talks will be in English and the records of the lectures will be publicly available after the event. Don’t miss this chance to expand your knowledge and skills in this field. Register now to secure your spot.


Pre-school: ISC and SBU have organized a pre-school event that will be given in Persian. The workshop involves introduction lectures by experienced national researchers. The purpose of this workshop is to prepare those students who want to participate in the third winter school but do not have enough background about the topics of the school. For more details, please visit the workshops’ website.


Mohammad Sabokrou

Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology, Japan

Senior Researcher (more…)

Farzan Farnia

Chinese University of Hong Kong

Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Engineering

Mohammad Mahmoody

University of Virginia, USA

Assistant professor at University of Virginia

Amir Mahdi Sadeghzadeh

Sharif university, Iran

Assistant professor at Sharif University

Stjepan Picek

Radboud University, The Netherlands

Associate professor at Radboud University

Reza Shokri

National university of Singapore

Associate Professor, National University of Singapore


Watermarking LLM-generated texts

Abstract: With the popularity and extensive uses of large language models (LLMs) watermarking the text generated by LLMs has become an important problem.



Registration is closed.


Online (more details will be published on the webpage and Discord server of the event soon)

To get recent announcements about the school, participate in the discussions and chats, and also for asking questions during the lectures, please join the Discord server of the event, which is publicly available on Discord.

All recorded lectures will be released on March 2023 on the Youtube and Aparat channels of the ISC.



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Register for ISCWSISC 2024 by filling up the registration form. There is no registration fee but you need to register to be able to participate. It will be possible to register up until 24 February 2024.
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