Jun. 16th, 2017 Jun. 23th, 2017
Notification of acceptance: Jul. 25th, 2017
Complete text: Sept. 15th, 2017
The SBSeg Tutorials have the objective of covering relevant themes that are in general not offered by undergraduate course curricula and of arousing interest in the security field between academics and professionals. Up-to-date themes and themes with a high potential of attracting the interest of young students are prioritized, as a manner of better educate them for their research and for the market. Each tutorial should be structured for a total of three and a half hours, being able to include practical laboratory lessons.
For any doubts regarding the tutorials and its submission, contact Raul Ceretta Nunes via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Topics of interest
Topics of interest are not limited to those listed:
- Audit and risk analysis in systems
- Authentication and identity management
- Access control: models and mechanisms
- Computational Forensics and criminalistics
- Cryptography and cryptanalysis: algorithms, protocols, techniques, and applications
- Confidence Management
- Safe Hardware: RFIDs, smart cards, sensors
- Security incidents: detection, prevention, response
- Security policies and regulation
- Privacy and computational anonymity
- Intellectual property and digital rights management
- Security in applications: e-banking, social networks, smart grids, digital TV
- Security in data bases
- Security in cloud computing
- security in ubiquitous/pervasive computing
- Security in the Internet of things
- Security in mobile and embedded systems
- Security in distributed and parallel systems
- Security in networks
- Security in operational systems
- Safe software: development, testing and certification
- Safe electronic voting
- Techniques and systems for biometric identification
Interested professors/researchers in offering a tutorial should submit a proposal, written in Portuguese, containing 3 to 5 pages (excluding CV, item 6 bellow), with the following information:
- Identification data: Tutorial title, authors, institution(s) and indication of the lecturer
- General data: course objectives, treatment given to the theme (e.g. theoretical or practical, general description of the results or specific aspects, introduction or comparison between technologies, formation of new abilities etc.) and target audience profile.
- Intended text structure (topics, chapters)
- For each chapter / topic provided in item 3, write a summary of its content and a forecast of the respective number of pages;
- Main bibliography utilized for the course preparation
- Authors Short CV (max. 1 page for each author)
Observe that all the information above should be contained in a single PDF document. The submission of the proposals with be exclusively via SBC’s JEMS system.
Each proposal submitted to the SBSeg 2017 will be evaluated by three or more members from the evaluation committee. The following criteria will be considered: relevance and actuality of the topic, technical quality of the proposal ans experience of the authors with the proposed topic. The best proposals in distinct themes will be accepted for presentation and publication.
In order to guarantee the diversity of the offered tutorial, the select proposals will cover distinct topics. This way, in the case that two or more submitted proposals cover the same topic (or too superimposed themes), only the best proposal will be selected, following the committee criteria.
The selected proposal authors should produce a text (book chapter) in Portuguese containing between 40 and 50 pages each. The texts will be published in the form of chapters in the Minicursos SBSeg 2017 book, to be distributed to the event participants. The book chapter template is available at the SBC web portal.
- Raul Ceretta Nunes, UFSM
Members of the Committee program
- Altair Santin, PUCPR
- Carlos Raniery Paula dos Santos, UFSM
- Célio Vinicius Neves de Albuquerque, UFF
- Eduardo Souto, UFAM
- Julio Hernandez, UNICAMP
- Laerte Peotta, UnB
- Leonardo Oliveira, UFMG
- Luis Kowada, UFF
- Luiz Fernando Rust da Costa Carmo, Inmetro
- Marcos Simplicio Jr – Escola Politécnica, USP
- Michelle Wangham, Univali
- Raul Ceretta Nunes, UFSM
- Ricardo Dahab, UNICAMP
- Rossana Andrade, UFC