Photos of Cybermatics 2019
Summit will be held in conference room Ansley 1 (14th floor).
July 16 keynote will be on GSU，then the remaining two days' breaks and parallel sessions as well as July 16 banquet and July 17 keynote will be resumed at Westin Hotel after 11am today. 8 rooms on the 14th floor and 2 rooms on the 12th floor, lunch and banquet will be on 6th floor, Chastain 2, and breaks will be on 14th floor.
The SpaCCS 2019 online access is now ready. You can download papers free of charge until end of August 2019
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The SpaCCS 2019 conference is the 12th event in the series of conferences which are devoted to security, privacy and anonymity in computation, communication and storage. SpaCCS is now recognized as the main regular event of the world that is covering many dimensions including security algorithms and architectures, privacy-aware policies, regulations and techniques, anonymous computation and communication, encompassing fundamental theoretical approaches, practical experimental projects, and commercial application systems for computation, communication and storage. As applications of computer systems and networks have permeated in every aspect of our daily life, the issues of security, privacy, and anonymity have become increasingly critical. The conference will provide a forum for the world-class researchers to gather and share their research achievements, emerging ideas and trends in the highly challenging research fields.
Following the traditions of previous successful SpaCCS conferences, held in Melbourne (2018), Guangzhou (2017), Zhangjiajie, China (2016), Helsinki, Finland (2015), Beijing, China (2014), Melbourne, Australia (2013), Liverpool, UK (2012), and Changsha, China (2011). The conference aims at bringing together researchers and practitioners in the world working in the research fields of computation, communication and storage, with regard to security, privacy, and anonymity aspects of computer systems and networks. SpaCCS will focus on three broad areas of computation, communication, and storage, i.e. architectures, algorithms, techniques, and applications for security, privacy and anonymity.