Submit your work to the 2nd USENIX Workshop on Offensive Technologies (WOOT '08). Taking place July 28, 2008, in San Jose, CA, the workshop aims to bring together researchers and practitioners in system security to present research advancing the understanding of attacks on operating systems, networks, and applications.
See the Call for Papers for information on how to participate. Submissions are due June 1, 2008.
Join us in San Jose, CA, July 28-August 1, 2008, for the 17th USENIX Security Symposium. USENIX Security '08 offers in-depth training by experts such as Bruce Potter and Simson Garfinkel. The comprehensive technical program includes a keynote address by Debra Bowen, California Secretary of State; 27 refereed papers; a poster session; and invited talks by Hugh Thompson, Niels Provos, and more.
Please join us May 31, 2008, at U.C. Berkeley for a Tribute to Honor Jim Gray. Gray is known for his groundbreaking work as a programmer, database expert, and Microsoft engineer. The tribute will include a general session followed by a technical sessions program. Speakers include Joe Hellerstein, Mike Olson, and Ed Lazowska. The event is sponsored by the Family of Jim Gray, ACM, USENIX, and EECS, UCB.
The registration deadline for technical sessions is Tuesday, April 15.
The Program Committee for the First Workshop on Large-Scale Computing (LASCO '08) is seeking high-quality submissions that further the knowledge and understanding of large-scale computing, with an emphasis on implementations and experimental results.
Please submit your work by 11:59 p.m. PDT on April 16, 2008.
Join us in Boston, MA, June 22-27, 2008, for the latest systems research, security breakthroughs, and practical approaches to the questions you face every day. USENIX '08 begins with 3 days of training by industry leaders such as Æleen Frisch, Peter Galvin, and Bruce Potter.
Join us in San Francisco, CA, April 16-18, for NSDI '08. The 5th USENIX Symposium on Networked Systems Design and Implementation focuses on the design and implementation principles of large-scale networks and distributed systems.
This year's outstanding program includes 30 technical papers carefully selected from a pool of 175 submissions. These high-quality papers represent a diverse range of hot research areas including energy, scale, security, and fault tolerance.
USENIX is pleased to announce open public access to all its conference proceedings.
This significant decision will allow universal access to some of the most important technical research in advanced computing. In making this move USENIX is setting the standard for open access to information, an essential part of its mission.
NSDI '08 will feature a poster session during which attendees can discuss emerging ideas in networked systems design by talking with leading researchers who are introducing their ongoing work. To submit a poster, please send a proposal, one page or less, by March 10, 2008, to firstname.lastname@example.org. The poster session co-chairs will send back decisions by March 23, 2008.