Satellite Conference on Structural and Analytical Mathematics with Cryptology (SAMC2021)


The Structural and Analytical Mathematics with Cryptology Conference aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers, and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of pure mathematics, analysis, and cryptology. It also presents a premier multidisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners, and educators to present and share ideas regarding the latest discoveries, trends, and interests as well as intellectual and practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted in the fields of pure mathematics, analysis, and cryptology.

Structural and Analytical Mathematics

Structural and Analytical Mathematics is a branch of mathematics, motivated by the aesthetic beauty and cerebral challenges of the subject that may be based on real-world observations. The results are the abstract concepts mostly independent of the physical world, although they historically have inspired many practical, real-world applications. An analysis of these concepts develops other branches of mathematics include topology, functional analysis, set theory, group theory, and many more.


Cryptology traces its history since the age of Julius Caesar with the invention of the early monoalphabetic cipher called Caesar cipher. In modern times, the significance of analyzing the adversary’s cryptographic algorithms is more apparent by the omnipresent secured digital machines. Asymmetric-key cryptography and its older cousin of symmetric-key cryptography play a central role in revolutionizing access for secure communications to the mass public. With new digital technology emerge almost every week, current cryptographic protocols and applications are expected to evolve with the security goals of this technology. By this spirit, it shows that cryptology research is important than ever.

The cryptographic theme for ICREM9 (but does not limit to other cryptographic themes) is Novel Detrimental Cryptanalysis on Public Key Cryptography prior to the Quantum Computer.


All submissions must represent original and unpublished work that is not currently under review. Each paper will be reviewed by at least three (3) PC members. Manuscripts are assessed based on originality, significance, interest, correctness, clarity, and relevance to the broader community. At least one author of each accepted paper is expected to register for the conference. Full papers are expected to report new scientific results, sharing experiences, measurements, use case studies, and appropriate quantitative evaluation if at all possible.

Authors are free to use any template at the point of submission. We accept both Microsoft Word®️ and/or LaTeX®️ format.


Topics of interest include but not limited to:

  • Pure mathematics
  • Group theory
  • Coding theory
  • Geometry
  • Discrete mathematics
  • Abstract concepts
  • Approximation Theory
  • Purism
  • Functional analysis
  • Number theory
  • Applied cryptography
  • Anonymity
  • Authentication
  • Broadcast encryption
  • Cryptographic primitives and protocols
  • Critical infrastructure protection
  • Cryptographic primitives and protocols
  • Cryptanalysis
  • Data protection
  • Digital signatures
  • Key management
  • Security in digital applications
  • Post quantum cryptography


The SAMC2021 offers you the possibility to publish your research work in form of journal publication with indexing and abstracting in Scopus®️ and/or JCR indexed journals. The full list of journals can be viewed at:

Please regularly visit this website to view our updated list.

Plenary Speaker



Professor Dr Thomas Studer is a full professor who specializes in logic and theoretical computer science at the University of Bern, Switzerland. After he finished his Ph.D. study in 2001 with the supervision of Professor Gerhard Jager, he worked as a Senior Software Engineer at Crosspoint Informatik AG, Switzerland. After two years working there, he began his tenure at the Institute of Computer Science, University of Bern, and has since published more than sixty journal and proceedings articles and three books while edited two books. Professor Dr. Thomas Studer has also elected as the President of the Swiss Society for Logic and Philosophy of Science from 2014 until 2018. He is a member of multiple local and international committees at the Swiss Academy of Sciences and has secured several types of research grants worth more than two million Swiss Dollars. Since 2018, he also serves as an editorial board member for Progress in Computer Science and Applied Logic book series, published by Springer.