Call For Tutorials
The aim of the 5th Cyber Security in Networking Conference (CSNET 2021) is to provide an international forum for researchers, professionals, and industrial practitioners to share their knowledge in the rapidly growing areas including Cyber Security of Vehicular Networks, Cyber Security of Virtual infrastructure, Blockchain, Cyber Security of Critical Infrastructures, and others.
Tutorials serve an educational purpose and are expected to provide a perspective on security and networking research. The tutorials target diverse audiences of experiences and interests including researchers, students, developers, educators, industry partners, and government. Moreover, the tutorials target funding agencies who want to learn about research areas in the fields of cybersecurity and networking. However, only a subset of those audiences can be addressed in each individual tutorial.
We are accepting tutorial proposals in the following two categories:
A) Lecture-style tutorials covering the state-of-the-art research, development, and applications in a specific cybersecurity and networking research.
B) Hands-on tutorials feature in-depth hands-on training on cutting edge systems and tools of that utilize disruptive technologies including the use of big data, machine learning, data science, and data mining for security analysis to face new forms of cybersecurity attacks.
A tutorial proposal should include:
- Abstract (less than 150 words)
- Presenter/organizer name(s) and affiliations
- Overview of the topic covered, including the reasons why the topic is interesting and important to the cybersecurity and networking community.
- Presenter/organizer short bio.
- Links to the presenter/organizer web page or the tutorial page (optional)
- Length of the tutorial: (preferred length for short tutorials 1.5-3 hours, and 3-6 hours for long tutorials).
- Expected enrolment & Intended audience and level.
- Up to 20 important references to be covered in the tutorial.
- (Optional) If the presenters have given similar tutorials before and if the materials for them are available on the web, links to them.
All tutorials will be part of the main conference technical program and will be available free of charge to the attendees of the conference. Teams of 2-3 presenters are encouraged, though single-presenter tutorials are possible.
To submit a tutorial proposal, please contact:
Joao Negreiros (Joao.Negreiros@zu.ac.ae )
Mohammad Amin Kuhail (Mohammad.Kuhail@zu.ac.ae)
Submission Deadline: July 1, 2021