[ISN] Call for Papers hack.lu 2006

From: InfoSec News (isn@private)
Date: Tue May 09 2006 - 23:10:29 PDT

Forwarded from: info <info@private>

As several potential speakers for the hack.lu 2006 conference have
asked for more time to submit their paper, the conference committee
has decided to extend the deadline to the 15th of June.

As a bonus, the registration is now open, be sure to register early to
benefit from the early bird rates !

The details for the Call for Papers are as follows:

Call for Papers hack.lu 2006

The purpose of the hack.lu convention is to give an open and free
playground where people can discuss the implication of new
technologies in society. hack.lu is a balanced mix convention where
technical and non-technical people can meet each others and share
freely all kind of information.

The convention will be held in the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg in 
October 2006 (19-21.10.2006).


Topics of interest include, but are not limited to :

    * Software Engineering
    * Honeypots/Honeynets
    * Electronic/Digital Privacy
    * Wireless Network and Security
    * Attacks on Information Systems and/or Digital Information Storage
    * Electronic Voting
    * Free Software and Security
    * Assessment of Computer, Electronic Devices and Information Systems
    * Standards for Information Security
    * Legal and Social Aspect of Information Security
    * Software Engineering and Security
    * Malware and malicious software
    * New security vulnerabilities in Computer Science
    * Network security!


As requested by some people, we extended the date for abstract
submission to the 1st July and full paper to the 1st August in order
to be equitable with all the people taking part in the CfP.

Abstract submission : 1 May 2006 (extended to 15th June)

Full paper submission : 15 June 2006 (extended to 15th July)

Notification date : around end of July beginning of August

Submission guideline

Authors should submit a paper in English up to 5.000 words, using a
non-proprietary and open electronic format. The program committee will
review all papers and the author of each paper will be notified of the
result, by electronic means. Abstract is up to 400 words. Submissions
must be sent to : hack2006-paper(AT)hack.lu

Submissions should also include the following:

   1. Presenter, and geographical location (country of origin/passport)and contact info.
   2. Employer and/or affiliations.
   3. Brief biography, list of publications or papers.
   4. Any significant presentation and/or educational experience/background.
   5. Reason why this material is innovative or significant or an important tutorial.
   6. Optionally, any samples of prepared material or outlines ready.

The information will be used only for the sole purpose of the hack.lu
convention including the information on the public website. If you
want to remain anonymous, you have the right to use a nickname.

Program Committee


Publication and rights

Authors keep the full rights on their publication/papers but give an
unrestricted right to redistribute their papers for the hack.lu
convention and its related electronic/paper publication.


If you want to support the initiative and gain visibility by sponsoring,
please contact us by writing an e-mail to supportus(AT)hack.lu

Web site and wiki

http://www.hack.lu/ - Edition 2005 : http://2005.hack.lu/

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