[Soups-announce] Call for SOUPS LightningTalks – Emerging Issues in Usable Privacy and Security

Lorrie Faith Cranor lorrie at cs.cmu.edu
Sun Jun 5 19:07:07 EDT 2011

Call for SOUPS LightningTalks – Emerging Issues in Usable Privacy and Security

This year, SOUPS 2011 will feature a Lightning Talks interactive
session with the goal of increasing interactions between researchers
and practitioners. We hope that the session will result in motivating
scenarios for academic research and promote future collaborations
between researchers and practitioners. A lightning talk is a 5 minute
slot where participants stand up and speak about anything related to
emerging issues in usable privacy and security. These could include
emerging hot topics, practical problems encountered by end users or
industry practitioners, a lesson learned, a research challenge that
could benefit from feedback, a war story, ongoing research, a success,
a failure, a future experiment, tips and tricks, a pitfall to avoid,
etc.  This session is scheduled before the afternoon break to
encourage discussions to continue beyond the talks.

If you would like to participate in the lightning talk session, please
email sessions at cups.cs.cmu.edu by Friday, July 8, with your name,
affiliation, the tentative title, and a brief abstract (up to 200
words) of your lightning talk. Confirmations of a lightning talk slot
will be given by July 11th. You will need to deliver your slides for
the 5 minute talk to the Interactive Sessions Chair via the same email
address by Monday, July 18.

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