[langsec-discuss] Finalized LangSec workshop program posted; early bird registration ends Apr 21
Meredith L. Patterson
clonearmy at gmail.com
Sun Apr 16 23:31:28 UTC 2017
We could look into affiliating with SLE (http://www.sleconf.org/), which is
ACM-affiliated, and at least moves back and forth between the US and Europe
from year to year.
On Mon, Apr 17, 2017 at 12:36 AM, Sergey Bratus <sergey at cs.dartmouth.edu>
> Hello Nils,
> We are thinking of starting one, but we currently lack organizational
> in Europe.
> The Troopers.de conference in Heidelberg sponsored a LangSec meet-up last
> year during the conference, and there appeared to be interest in growing
> it, but a full-scale academic workshop typically needs local academic
> affiliation and support. We are looking for that, but so far no such
> commitment has been offered.
> Thank you,
> On Mon, 17 Apr 2017, Nils Dagsson Moskopp wrote:
> Do LANGSEC-focussed events exist in Europe as well? If so, which?
>> Sergey Bratus <sergey at cs.dartmouth.edu> writes:
>> Dear All,
>>> We posted the finalized program from the May 25 workshop:
>>> Early bird registration ends on April 21. The hotel conference rate ends
>>> 25 (at 5pm EST or until rooms last, according to the hotel).
>>> Please encourage anyone interested to attend the Hackathon the day
>>> http://spw17.langsec.org/hackathon.html. It's free, and we have an
>>> line-up of tutorials, by creators of Nom and libFuzzer, and, of course,
>>> Ask them to email me so that we can plan space & caffeine.
>>> Hoping to see you at the workshop,
>>> --Sergey & Meredith
>>> langsec-discuss mailing list
>>> langsec-discuss at mail.langsec.org
>> Nils Dagsson Moskopp // erlehmann
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