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IEEE HST 2018 : 2018 IEEE International Symposium on Technologies for Homeland Security

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Link: http://ieee-hst.org
 
When May 2, 2018 - May 3, 2018
Where TBD
Submission Deadline TBD
Categories    secure cyberspace   land and maritime borders   enhance biometrics & forensics   prevent terrorism
 

Call For Papers

Symposium has been postponed - Date to be determined!

This symposium brings together innovators from leading academic, industry, businesses, Homeland Security Centers of Excellence, and government agencies to provide a forum to discuss ideas, concepts, and experimental results.

Produced by IEEE with technical support from DHS S&T, IEEE, IEEE Boston Section, and IEEE-USA and organizational support from MIT Lincoln Laboratory, Raytheon, and MITRE, this year’s event will once again showcase selected technical papers and posters highlighting emerging technologies to:

- Secure Cyberspace
- Secure Land and Maritime Borders
- Enhance Biometrics & Forensics
- Prevent Terrorism & Manage Incidents

We are currently seeking technical paper and poster session submissions in each of the areas noted above. Papers examining the feasibility of transition to practice will also be considered. This year, papers focused on DHS high-priority technology gaps will be of particular interest. All areas will cover the following common topics:
- Strategy and threat characterization, operational concepts, risk analysis;
- Modeling, simulation, experimentation, and exercises & training; and
- Testbeds, standards, performance and evaluations.

Prospective paper authors are invited to submit one or more detailed extended abstracts by October 16, 2017. These abstracts are to be three to seven pages in length (minimum 12 point font) and will serve as the basis for acceptance of papers for the conference. Authors will be notified of the review result (i.e., acceptance or rejection), with any applicable comments, by December 15, 2017. Depending on program needs, some prospective paper authors may be asked to present a poster in lieu of an oral paper presentation. The abstract should include the authors(s) title, name, address, phone, email and organizational affiliation within the page limit. Attached to this should be a one page or shorter biography of the presenting author.

A completed paper, is required only from authors receiving a notice of acceptance from the conference. This paper should be prepared in standard IEEE format and not exceed seven pages, including all illustrations and references. Technical papers must not substantially overlap with material published at or simultaneously submitted to another venue. Final paper manuscripts must be submitted by March 30, 2018.

All submissions should be made at the following website: https://cmt3.research.microsoft.com/HST2018
For more detailed information on the Call for Papers, visit http://ieee-hst.org or email information@ieee-hst.org

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