News: Sept 11th, 2016 - Participants section added. Looking forward to a next edition of the School!

 Poster Session

Submit a Poster Abstract and share your Research activities

The Summer School "Building Trust in the Information Age" invites all participants to present their research activities on Computer Security and Privacy, by preparing a poster that will displayed throughout the whole duration of the school. All participants are kindly invited to submit a poster abstract of maximum two pages (please use the following IEEE template) describing their current research activities and results. The page limit does not include references that can extend on a third page. A copy of all extended abstracts will be available to all participants. Submissions should be sent to the email address schoolsecurity <at> diee.unica.it (School Secretariat).

POSTER GUIDELINES

The poster should be written in English. For your poster, a board will be provided and the maximum poster format is A0 (1189 x 841 mm - 46.8 x 33.1 in). You need to print and bring with you the poster to the school. Push tacks or velcro adhesive will be provided at the conference to mount your poster to the board. Title: The poster title should be in ALL CAPITALS. The title must be representable in the Unicode character set. Author List: The authors' names must meet the following format: "Surname1 N1., Surname2 N2., Surname3 N3., etc."

Submit a Poster Abstract and share your Research activities

The Summer School "Building Trust in the Information Age" invites all participants to present their research activities on Computer Security and Privacy, during the poster session that will take place on Tuesday, September 3rd, in the evening. All participants are kindly invited to submit a poster abstract of maximum two pages (please use the following IEEE template) describing their current research activities and results. The page limit does not include references that can extend on a third page. A copy of all extended abstracts will be given to all participants. Submissions should be done through the school's application page.

POSTER GUIDELINES

The poster should be written in English. For your poster, a board will be provided and the maximum poster format is A0 (1189 x 841 mm - 46.8 x 33.1 in). You need to print and bring with you the poster to the school. Push tacks or velcro adhesive will be provided at the conference to mount your poster to the board. Title: The poster title should be in ALL CAPITALS. The title must be representable in the Unicode character set. Author List: The authors' names must meet the following format: "Surname1 N1., Surname2 N2., Surname3 N3., etc."