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WIFS 2014 : 2014 IEEE WORKSHOP ON INFORMATION FORENSICS AND SECURITY

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Link: http://www.ieeewifs.org/
 
When Dec 3, 2014 - Dec 5, 2014
Where ATLANTA, GEORGIA, USA
Submission Deadline May 16, 2014
Notification Due Jun 27, 2014
Final Version Due Sep 5, 2014
Categories    security   forensics   internet of things
 

Call For Papers

CALL FOR PAPERS

WIFS'14 - IEEE WORKSHOP ON INFORMATION FORENSICS AND SECURITY

IEEEWIFS.ORG AT IEEE GLOBALSIP (GLOBALSIP.ORG)
ATLANTA, GEORGIA, USA, DECEMBER 3-5, 2014

The IEEE International Workshop on Information Forensics and Security (WIFS) is
the primary annual event organized by the IEEE Signal Processing Society?s
Information Forensics and Security Technical Committee. The objective of WIFS
is to provide the most prominent venue for researchers to exchange ideas and
identify potential areas of collaboration. WIFS?14 will feature keynotes,
tutorials, special sessions, and lecture & poster sessions. For the first time
ever, WIFS is being organized with IEEE GlobalSIP, giving the WIFS community
the opportunity to attend a rich selection of research symposia in addition to
WIFS.

Topics of interest: Topics include, but are not limited to:

- Anonymity & Privacy - Applied Cryptography
- Communication & Physical-Layer Security - Biometrics
- Forensics Analysis - Hardware Security
- Information-Theoretic Security - Multimedia Content Hash
- Security of Large Networked Systems - Steganography
- Surveillance - Usability & Human Factors
- Covert Communication & Side Channel Attacks - Watermarking & Data Hiding

WIFS 2014 will feature a Special Topic: Security and Internet of Things.
Whereas ?Internet of Things? (IoT) is expected to bring tremendous benefit to
society, there are serious concerns about its security, privacy and
trustworthiness. This special topic covers all aspects of security for IoT
with an emphasis on methodologies and techniques that employ signal processing
and information theoretic analysis.

Submission of Papers: Prospective authors are invited to submit full-length,
6-page papers, formatted according to IEEE guidelines, including figures and
references, to the WIFS Technical Program Committee. Papers will be accepted
only by electronic submission via the GlobalSIP 2014 conference website.
Accepted papers will be scheduled in lecture and poster sessions. Prospective
authors must present their papers at the conference.

Important Dates:
Paper submission deadline: May 16, 2014
Announcement of review results: June 27, 2014
Due date for camera-ready papers: September 5, 2014

Organizing Committee
General Chairs
Yan (Lindsay) Sun, University of Rhode Island
Vicky H. Zhao, University of Alberta

Special Topic Area Chairs
Nasir Memon, NYU Polytechnic School of Engineering
Rongshan Yu, Institute for Infocomm Research

Tutorial Chair
Yen-Kuang Chen, Intel Corporation

Technical Chairs
Shantanu Rane, Mitsubishi Electric Research Labs
Negar Kiyavash, University of Illinois

Finance Chair
Ashwin Swaminathan, Qualcomm Inc.

Publicity Chairs
Tomas Filler, Digimarc Corporation
Avinash Varna, Intel Corporation

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