CCS invites proposals from leading researchers and practitioners for
90-minute tutorials on the state of the art in an area of security.
Speakers should be considered leading experts and authorities on the
proposed topics. Tutorials should be aimed at an advanced audience, but
audience members should not be considered experts in the specific topic.
Topics should be of current interest to the security community and offer
opportunities for sustained interest in the near future.
To submit, please send a brief proposal to the Tutorials Chair, Wenliang
(Kevin) Du, at
ccs06-tutorials @ ecs . syr . edu. The
proposal should include the title, a brief description of the topic (no
more than a page), and a brief bio of the speaker. In addition, the
proposal should include either a URL or an attachment with more detailed
information about the speaker's professional qualifications. Submission
indicates intent of the speaker to present the tutorial at CCS-13, if
accepted for presentation. CCS will pay a modest honorarium to the speaker,
but the speaker is responsible for all travel and other arrangements.
Registration for the conference is not mandatory but is highly encouraged.
May 3, 2006 (Early submissions are welcome)
Decisions communicated: July 22, 2006