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The National Science Foundation Secure and Trustworthy Cyberspace (SaTC) Principal Investigators' Meeting brings together a broad group of researchers working on security and privacy. SaTC is an interdisciplinary program including technologists, social scientists, and educators from programs sponsored by the NSF CISE, SBE, EHR, MPS, and ENG directorates.
The primary objectives for this meeting will be
- to stimulate coordination and collaboration amongst SaTC PIs,
- to foster collaborations among SaTC researchers across multiple disciplines,
- to share experiences and learn from others' experiences in transitioning research into practice, and
- to develop ideas and share methods for improving education, recruitment, and career development in cybersecurity.
Lightning Videos submitted to the conference organizers are here.
The list of accepted posters is here.