Support for the Educational Activities at ACM CCS 2014

Project: Research project

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Support for the Educational Activities at ACM CCS 2014 Support for the Educational Activities at ACM CCS 2014 PROJECT SUMMARY Overview: Page A The annual ACM CCS conference is a leading international forum for computer and communications security researchers, practitioners, developers, and users to explore cutting-edge ideas and results, and to exchange techniques, tools, and experiences. As the most prestigious conference in computer and communications security research and the flagship event of ACM Special Interest Group of Security, Audit and Control (SIGSAC), ACM CCS has contributed significantly on the advance of all aspects of computer and communications security technologies and applications. Through the continuous efforts of the community, ACM CCS is today a dynamic and comprehensive program for publication, education, and interaction, including research papers, tutorials, panels, industrial papers, technical demonstrations, undergraduate research papers. Intellectual Merit : All these activities provide a unique opportunity for students to share their knowledge, experience, and research works with internationally recognized researchers from both academia and industry. Broader Impacts : ACM CCS 2014 will maintain a highly selective program with full paper acceptance rate about 15-20%. In addition to being an exceptional research forum, it will be an extremely valuable educational opportunity for students to interact with experts and integrate themselves within the future research taskforce in this critical field. The program also includes workshops that demand dedicated coverage due to their relevance to the current security research and development, industrial exhibits, and keynote talks by leaders in academia and industry.
Effective start/end date8/1/147/31/16


  • National Science Foundation (NSF): $20,000.00


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