MAY 20-22, 2019 AT THE HYATT REGENCY, SAN FRANCISCO, CA
40th IEEE Symposium on
Security and Privacy
Presenting a poster at IEEE S&P is a great chance for researchers to obtain valuable feedback on their ongoing work from knowledgeable participants at the conference. Posters are solicited that present unpublished in-progress or late-breaking research on security- and privacy-related topics. Additionally, posters presenting interdisciplinary work that is relevant to security and privacy research but was published outside the security community are welcome.
Poster abstracts are due Monday, April 1, 2018. At least one author of each accepted poster will be required to attend the conference to present the poster, and each author should present at most one poster. There will be no exceptions to this policy. Accepted poster abstracts will be posted on the conference website but not included in the conference proceedings.
|Poster abstracts due:||Monday Apr 1, 2019 23:59:59 Pacific Standard Time|
|Acceptance notification:||Thursday Apr 18, 2019|
Submit an abstract no longer than two pages describing the work, together with a draft of the poster itself.
The abstract title should begin with the keyword "Poster:". Include all authors with contact information and institutional affiliation in your abstract. Abstracts should briefly describe the particular problem being addressed, and detail your approach to the problem. Providing preliminary results is suggested but not required. If the work was previously published outside the security community, please include a reference to the existing publication.
Please use the 2 column IEEE conference proceedings style for preparing your abstract. All submissions should be in PDF format. Your abstract should not exceed the two page limit; non-conforming submissions will not be considered for review. All submissions must also include a draft of the poster to receive feedback before the conference. Presented posters can be sized up to 24 x 36 inches (or A1), either portrait or landscape, but should be scaled down to letter or A4 for submission as a PDF.
All materials should be submitted to https://hotcrp.cs.umd.edu/sp19posters/.
If accepted, at least one author must be registered and a final version of the poster abstract submitted by Monday, May 14, 2018. The abstract will be placed on the conference website prior to the poster session, but will not be included in the conference proceedings.
For more information, please contact the posters chair at email@example.com.
Posters will be reviewed by a poster jury with members drawn from the Student PC.
|Michelle Mazurek||University of Maryland|
|Amrita Roy Chowdhury||University of Wisconsin-Madison|
|Anisa Halimi||Case Western Reserve University|
|Chad Spensky||UC Santa Barbara|
|Chan Nam Ngo||University of Trento|
|Daniel Votipka||University of Maryland|
|Dokyung Song||University of California, Irvine|
|Erik Trickel||Arizona State University|
|Fabio Pierazzi||Kings College London|
|Gargi Mitra||Indian Institute of Technology Madras|
|Florentin Rochet||Uclouvain Crypto Group|
|Hans Walter Behrens||Arizona State University|
|Junia Valente||The University of Texas at Dallas|
|Kimia Tajik||Oregon State University|
|Nader Sehatbakhsh||Georgia Tech|
|Navid Emamdoost||University of Minnesota|
|Peng Gao||Princeton University|
|Ruba Abu-Salma||University College London|
|Ruimin Sun||University of Florida|
|Sadegh M. Milajerdi||University of Illinois at Chicago|
|Sareena Karapoola||Indian Institute of Technology Madras|
|Varun Chandrasekaran||University of Wisconsin-Madison|
|Yang Ji||Georgia Tech|