Call for Participation: 2nd IEEE Workshop on Information Forensics and Security (WIFS 2010)

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Call for Participation: 2nd IEEE Workshop on Information Forensics and Security (WIFS 2010)

2nd IEEE Workshop on Information Forensics and Security (WIFS 2010)
December 13-15, 2010; Seattle, WA
http://wifs10.org/

Check out the Technical and Social Program and register today at http://wifs10.org/. The workshop features a collection of papers covering a wide range of security related areas, including biometrics, information and device forensics, steganography and watermarking, hardware security, and more. The workshop will be interlaced with two keynote talks by Rico Malvar, Microsoft Distinguished Engineer and the Chief Scientist for Microsoft Research, and Tadayoshi Kohno, a faculty member working on cyber physical system at the University of Washington.

The workshop will be held at the elegant Woodmark Hotel on the picturesque shores of Lake Washington, only three miles from the high-tech corridor of Redmond and a short ride from Seattle.  Social programs complement the technical program to offer attendees ample opportunities for idea exchange and networking.

Learn about the conference program from the Inside Signal Processing eNewsletter article
http://signalprocessingsociety.org/newsletter/the-program-of-ieee-wifs10-has-been-announced/

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