Submissions closed – thanks to all authors

The submission deadline has passed, and we are no longer accepting full paper submissions.

Thank you to all the authors who have submitted papers.

If you are still keen to contribute to WASH’13, please get in touch with john.lyle [at] for other opportunities to get involved.


Updated registration and speaker information

Three updates:

Firstly, the paper deadline – 5th April – is rapidly approaching! But don’t worry – If you have a position paper, work-in-progress result or experience report, there’s still time to submit before the deadline.

Photo: Patrik Ekdahl

Photo: Patrik Ekdahl

Secondly, I’m excited to announce that our first guest speaker is confirmed: Patrik Ekdahl from Ericsson Research. More information about his talk will be available very soon.


Thirdly, information about how to register for the workshop is now available on the registration page. Please note that registration for those not submitting a paper will not open until May. Places are limited, so submitting a paper is the best way to guarantee your attendance.

Introducing WASH’13

Welcome to the website for the first workshop on Web Applications and Secure Hardware (WASH’13).


The aim of this workshop is to bring together researchers and practitioners in web applications and secure hardware (hardware such as Trusted Platform Modules, ARM TrustZone, UICCs and smart cards) to discuss the latest technical challenges, present work-in-progress and identify opportunities for future collaboration.  For more information about the workshop subject, see the ‘About’ and ‘Call for papers’ pages.

We’re delighted to be able to co-locate with the Sixth International Conference on Trust and Trustworthy Computing at Imperial College London.  The workshop will be happening on Thursday, 20th June, the day after the conference.

Details about submission instructions and the workshop programme will be available soon.