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TUTORIALS, INVITED TALKS, PANELS, WIPS, AND BOFS
In addition to the refereed papers and the keynote presentation, the technical
program will include tutorials, invited talks, panel discussions, a
Work-in-Progress session (WiPs), and Birds-of-a-Feather Sessions. You are
invited to make suggestions regarding topics or speakers for any of these
formats to the program chair via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tutorials for both technical staff and managers will provide immediately useful,
practical information on topics such as local and network security precautions,
what cryptography can and cannot do, security mechanisms and policies,
firewalls, and monitoring systems. If you are interested in proposing a
tutorial, or suggesting a topic, contact the USENIX Tutorial Coordinator, Dan
Klein, by email to email@example.com.
There will be several outstanding invited talks at the symposium in parallel
with the refereed papers. Please submit topic suggestions and talk proposals via
email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The technical sessions will also feature some panel discussions. Please send
topic suggestions and proposals to email@example.com.
Work-in-Progress Reports (WiPs)
The last session of the symposium will be a Works-in-Progress session. This
session will consist of short presentations about work-in-progress, new results,
or timely topics. Speakers should submit a one- or two-paragraph abstract to
firstname.lastname@example.org by 6:00 PM on Wednesday, August 6, 2003. Please
include your name, affiliation, and the title of your talk. The accepted
abstracts will appear on the symposium Web site after the symposium. The time
available will be distributed among the presenters with a minimum of 5 minutes
and a maximum of 10 minutes. The time limit will be strictly enforced. A
schedule of presentations will be posted at the symposium. Experience has shown
that most submissions are usually accepted.
Birds-of-a-Feather Sessions (BoFs)
There will be Birds-of-a-Feather sessions (BoFs) both Tuesday and Wednesday
evenings. Birds-of-a-Feather sessions are informal gatherings of persons
interested in a particular topic. BoFs often feature a presentation or a
demonstration followed by discussion, announcements, and the sharing of
strategies. BoFs can be scheduled on-site, but if you wish to pre-schedule a
BoF, please email the conference office, email@example.com. They will
need to know the title of the BoF with a brief description, the name, title and
company and email address of the facilitator, your preference of date, and
whether an overhead projector and screen is desired.