The 6th USENIX Symposium on Networked Systems Design and Implementation (NSDI '09) will be continuing its long-running tradition of showcasing early research in progress at a poster session. New, ongoing work, early findings from measurement studies, and demonstrations of newly deployed systems are highly encouraged. We are particularly interested in presentations of student work.
The FAST '09 poster and Work-in-Progress report submissions deadline is tomorrow, Thursday, January 29.
Held in conjunction with a happy hour, the poster session will allow researchers to present recent and ongoing projects. The poster session is an excellent forum to discuss new ideas and get useful feedback from the community.
Join us February 23, 2009, San Francisco, CA, for the 1st Workshop on the Theory and Practice of Provenance (TaPP '09).
The TaPP workshop continues an informal series of workshops on Principles of Provenance organized in 2007–2008, which helped raise the profile of this area within diverse research communities, such as databases, security, and programming languages.
The expo will take place February 20-22, 2009, at the Westin Los Angeles Airport.
SCALE is an annual open-source technical, business, and users conference. SCALE 7X will feature tutorial sessions designed to show users of all skill levels what open source can do and how to do it, as well as over 60 expo booths; BoFs; and special Friday sessions on health care, education, and women in open source.
The 2nd Workshop on Cyber Security Experimentation and Test (CSET '09) aims to bring together researchers and testbed developers to share their experiences and define a forward-looking agenda for the development of scientific, realistic evaluation approaches for security threats and defenses.
The 4th USENIX Workshop on Hot Topics in Security (HotSec '09) will bring together innovative practitioners and researchers in computer security and privacy, broadly defined, to tackle the challenging problems in this space.
The submission deadline for the 2nd USENIX Workshop on Large-Scale Exploits and Emergent Threats (LEET ‘09) has been extended.
Please submit full papers by 11:59 p.m. PST, Friday, January 23, 2009.
LEET ‘09 will focus on the underlying mechanisms used to compromise and control hosts, the large-scale “applications” being perpetrated upon this framework, or the social and economic networks driving these threats.