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BaSoTI 2015 : BaSoTI conference for Young Aspiring Computer Scientists


When Jul 27, 2015 - Jul 27, 2015
Where Tallinn, Estonia
Submission Deadline May 15, 2015
Notification Due Jun 15, 2015
Final Version Due Jul 1, 2015

Call For Papers

The conference has two tracks:

BaSoTI conference for Young Aspiring Computer Scientists - General Track
BaSoTI conference for Young Aspiring Computer Scientists - Track on digital forensics


BaSoTI conference for Young Aspiring Computer Scientists - General Track

Publishing one's results is an important part of research work. However,
it takes some time to learn how to do so, to get accustomed with peer
reviewing and conference discussions, and to learn the "tools of the trade".

This conference presents an opportunity for young aspiring computer
scientists to present their first academic Thesis, term or seminar
paper at an international event, receive feedback by reviewers and peers
and obtain a first publication.

The conference welcomes papers on all areas of applied computer science.
The contribution should consist of 6 - 10 pages and follow established
customs of academic publishing. The use of the Springer LNCS LaTeX style
or Word template is strongly recommended. The paper may contain original
research or review / literature work and should be understandable for
the average computer scientist at the Master level.


BaSoTI conference for Young Aspiring Computer Scientists - Track on digital forensics

More and more data is stored in digital form on a wide variety of devices. In many situations a forensic analysis has to be performed to gain or regain access to data for different reasons. The conference aims on presenting new technologies, exchanging experiences and fostering a discussion about forensic technologies, privacy issues versus forensics, and the social impact of forensics.

The conference welcomes papers on the following (but not limited to) research topics:

- Forensics of mobile devices
- Forensics of home electronics
- Forensics of car electronics
- Forensics of home automation systems
- Forensics on social media
- Forensics on network stored profiles
- Location tracking
- Live network forensics
- Legal issues of forensics
- Anti-forensics and privacy enhancing technologies
- Data Mining in the context of digital forensics


Submission guidelines:

- Extended abstracts or full papers not exceeding 10 pages must be submitted.
- All submissions will be reviewed by at least 2 reviewers.
- Researchers are encouraged to submit their work electronically via

Submission ends: 15/05/2015
Notification: 15/06/2015
Camera ready submission: 01/07/2015
Conference: 27/07/2015
Post conference version due: 01/09/2015

The participants will have the possibility of preparing a post-conference version of their contribution for inclusion in the post-conference proceedings volume. Thus, feedback obtained at the conference can be included in the post-conference version.

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