There are many conferences, let's take example cryptography. I assume it makes a difference if you publish at a good conference as compared to a bad conference. The question is then: how do I find good conferences? How do I guess from web site if it is a good conference. For example in cryptography Asiacrypt is one of the best. Let's say level A. Let's say I want to publish in a lower rank conference say level B, but not level C.

How do I find conferences from level B?

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    I don't think this is really something you can discern from looking at the conference's own website, or any other websites. You need to talk to people that work in the field to see how highly they regard the conference. – Nate Eldredge Aug 6 at 19:01
  • You seem to assume some linear scale. Naive, I think. – Buffy Aug 6 at 19:01
  • How to gauge at least that the conference is not trash? That is not possible also? To publish at least in a conference where publication will be considered valuable to some degree? – user111604 Aug 6 at 19:14
  • What does the tag "early-career" mean in this case? Are you a PhD student, a PostDoc, did you just get an assistent professorship? The answer may depend on this. – Uwe Aug 6 at 21:35
  • I think this is too field-specific for this site. – Flyto Aug 6 at 23:21