SPACE 2020 is dedicated to the memory of Prof Pramod Subramanyan, who in a short span has left a profound mark in the field of Hardware Security.
Journey down the memory lane with Pramod: https://www.cse.iitk.ac.in/pages/InMemoriamPramod.html
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SPACE 2020 is organizing a poster session for showcasing works in progress for early-stage work in security and cryptographic engineering. The call for posters and submission instruction is available here ( Call for Posters).
We invite young researchers (students, researchers who have recently completed their degree, researchers working in academia, industry or elsewhere) to present their ongoing research projects, challenges dealt with in their research domain and prospective new research directions that are in-line with the theme of the conference. The submissions will go through a light peer review process. Note that the first author of a poster submission should be a student.
The poster authors need to submit a title, names of authors/affiliations and an abstract (maximum 300 words) via email to SPACE 2020 email address: email@example.com.
The deadline for poster submission is December 1st, 2020.
ExplIoT (https://expliot.io/) is sponsoring three poster awards (one winner, two runners up) for SPACE 2020 which will be chosen from the accepted posters.