[FM-India] Call for Papers, ICISS, Hyderabad, Dec 2014

Madhavan Mukund madhavan at cmi.ac.in
Wed May 7 17:42:15 IST 2014

 The conference series ICISS (International Conference on Information
 Systems Security), held annually, provides a forum for disseminating
 the latest research results in information and systems security.
 ICISS 2014, the 10th edition of this annual conference, will be held
 at IDRBT, Hyderabad, India during 16-20 December 2014.
 ICISS 2014 encourages submissions from the academia, industry and
 government addressing theoretical and practical problems in
 information and systems security and related areas. Topics of
 interest include, but not limited to:
 Access Control
 Application Security
 Attacks and Defenses
 Auditing and Accountability
 Banking/Finance and Security
 Biometric Security
 Cyber-Physical Systems Security
 Digital Forensics
 Distributed Systems Security
 Embedded Systems Security
 Hardware Security
 Intrusion Detection and Recovery
 Language-based security
 Mobile Devices and Security
 Network Security
 Operating Systems Security
 Privacy and Anonymity
 Secure Information Flow
 Security Modeling and Analysis
 Security Testing
 Usability and Security
 Web Security
 ICISS is interested in all aspects of information systems
 security. Papers without a clear application to security of
 information systems, however, will be considered out of scope and may
 be rejected without a full review. All the previous proceedings of
 this conference series are indexed by DBLP. The acceptance ratio of
 the last nine conferences has averaged less than 30%, and the
 proceedings have been published as part of the Springer Verlag series
 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science.
 Manuscript Submission (Full Paper): 14 Jul 2014
 Notification of Acceptance: 25 Aug 2014
 Camera-ready Manuscript Due: 14 Sep 2014
 Submitted full papers must not exceed 20 LNCS pages. The page limit
 includes title, abstract, figures and references. Additional details
 may be included in a clearly-marked appendix that will be read at the
 discretion of the program committee. All papers must use at least
 10-point Times Roman font and be formatted as per the "LNCS
 style". Submissions deviating from these guidelines will not be
 reviewed. Accepted submissions will be published by Springer in the
 LNCS series. More details about LNCS formatting styles are available
 at: LNCS-Web
 (http://www.springer.com/computer/lncs?SGWID=0-164-6-793341-0). At
 least one author of each accepted paper must register for the
 conference and present the paper.  Papers should be submitted via the
 EasyChair submission management System at:
 Call for Short Talks
 A new feature of the conference is a session of 10 minute talks where
 students and attendees can present a short overview of preliminary
 research ideas or preliminary research results. Short talk abstracts
 (one-page PDF or plain-text file) can be submitted to
 iciss2014_shorttalks at idrbt.ac.in by 31 August 2014. If slots are
 available, short talks can be accepted right till the conference
 deadline. The abstracts are not published in the final proceedings
 because the submissions can be accepted right up to the start of the
 conference. The main purpose of the short talks is to get a chance to
 share your preliminary ideas with the research community and to
 solicit input. Short-talks will generally be accepted as long as they
 are relevant and slots are available in the order they are received.
 Call for Tutorials
 The organizing committee of ICISS 2014, solicits half-day (3 Hours)
 or full-day tutorial (6 hours) proposals to be held during 16-17
 December 2014, before the main conference begins on 18th
 December. Tutorial proposals should address either emerging or
 established research topics that will be of broad interest to the
 ICISS community and as listed in the Call for Papers so that
 participants can acquire technical knowledge in emerging and/or
 established research areas. Proposals should not exceed 3 pages
 containing Title, Abstract, Target audience, Prerequisites, Expected
 enrolment along with the basis of such enrolment, List of topics to
 be presented with their estimated duration and pointers to the
 associated literature, Short biography of the tutor with relevant
 experience on the tutorial topic. Tutorial proposal should be emailed
 to iciss2014_tutorials at idrbt.ac.in by 31 August 2014. Tutorial
 proposals will be prioritized and evaluated based on their
 originality, relevance to the conference, quality and level of
 details, qualifications of the tutors on the proposed topic, and
 their potential to attract participants to the conference.
 Call for Ph.D. forum presentations
 ICISS is pleased to announce the Doctoral Consortium on 17th December
 2014. The objective is to provide a forum for Ph.D. students to
 present their research ideas, current progress and future plans. Its
 an opportunity to receive constructive criticism and insights related
 to their future work and career perspectives. A mentor (a senior
 researcher who is active in the field) will be assigned to each
 student to provide individual feedback. Selected students will have
 the opportunity to present an overview of their research plan during
 a special poster session at the ICISS conference during December
 18-20, 2014. Ph.D forum papers should be emailed to
 iciss2014_phd at idrbt.ac.in by 31 August 2014.
 For further details, please visit http://www.idrbt.ac.in/ICISS_2014/
 Looking forward to meeting you at ICISS 2014 in Hyderabad, India.

 Dr. G. R.  Gangadharan M.Sc., M.S., Ph.D.
 Assistant Professor
 Institute for Development & Research in Banking Technology [IDRBT]
 (established by the Reserve Bank of India)
 Castle Hills, Road No.1, Masab Tank, Hyderabad, India - 500057.
 Telephone: 0091 40 2329 4131    Mobile: 00 91 7799833300

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