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Welcome to the Cybersecurity Research Acceleration Workshop and Showcase, organized by the NSF Cybersecurity Center of Excellence and Internet2, hosted by the Indiana University Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research, taking place on Wednesday, October 11, 2017, in Indianapolis, IN.   The workshop is funded by NSF EAGER #1650445 Cybersecurity Transition To Practice (TTP) Acceleration - The goal is to leverage Internet2 as a “matchmaker” between cybersecurity researchers, and practitioners in the Research & Education community.

There is no fee to attend this workshop but you will need to register.  If you interested in attending please click here -

The workshop will take place on the Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis Campus.  The Meeting Room is # 132 in Hine Hall (Building Number: IN048) -  875 W North St, Indianapolis, IN 46202-5198 -

The suggested hotel for lodging is the Courtyard Indianapolis at the Capital - 320 North Senate Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46204 -  To make a reservation over the phone, please call +1-317-684-7733 or 1-888-236-2427.

The workshop will run 8AM-5PM.

DRAFT Agenda (as of 9.22.17):

8:00-9:00AM - Breakfast, Registration, Networking

9:00 - Kickoff - Von Welch (Indiana University), Florence Hudson (Internet2), Mark Bruhn (Indiana University)

CIO Panel - Bruce Maas (University of Wisconsin/Internet2) to moderate: Mark Henderson (University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign), Cynthia Herrera Lindstrom (University of Illinois – Chicago), Mark Bruhn (Indiana University), Julie Johnson (Armored Things)

Break - Networking & Poster Sessions

NSF Program Officer Panel – Anita Nikolich (NSF)

Cybersecurity Researcher Panel #1: Internet of Things

Lunch & Networking - Networking & Poster Sessions

Cybersecurity Researcher Panel #2: TTP Successes

Cybersecurity Researcher Panel #3: Network Security

Break - Networking & Poster Sessions  

Cybersecurity Researcher Panel #4: Data Analytics, Security & Privacy

Cybersecurity Researcher Panel #5: Data Analytics, Security & Privacy 

Wrap Up - Von Welch (Indiana University), Florence Hudson (Internet2)


Researchers confirmed for this workshop include:

Indiana University

Raquel Hill: Leveling the Digital Playing Field for the Job Seeker

Apu Kapadia: Pragmatic Privacy Controls in an Era of Sensor-Enabled Computing

Sameer Patil: Ideation Techniques to Facilitate System Design Compliant with Privacy Laws and Regulations

Missouri University of Science & Technology

Sajal Das: Securing Smart Grid by Understanding Communications Infrastructure Dependencies

Purdue University

Mathias Payer: Guarded Control-Flow and Data Privacy for Sensitive Data

University of Chicago

Bimal Viswanath: Defending against Compromise and Manipulation of Mobile Communities

University of Iowa

Omar Chowdhury: A Principled Approach Aiding the Development of a Compliant Internet PKI

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Adam Slagell: Semantic Security Monitoring for Industrial Control Systems 

Tao Xie: Similary-Based Program Analyses for Eliminating Vulnerabilities

University of Kentucky

Zongming Fei: Enhancing Science Through Custom Paths For Trusted Users

University of Notre Dame

Fang Liu: Protection of Data Privacy via Differentially Private Multiple Synthesis

Vanderbilt University

Daniel Fabbri: Analysis and Tools for Auditing Insider Accesses 

Washington University

Shantanu Chakrabartty: Zero-Power Dynamic Signature for Trust Verification of Passive Sensors and Tags



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