[tor-project] (FWD) Submit to FOCI '16?
arma at mit.edu
Mon Mar 21 21:25:13 UTC 2016
If you have been doing something exciting lately (I know many of you
have!), consider writing it up as a FOCI submission.
If you need help figuring out what to write, or what would be a good
submission, etc, let me or others know and we'll try to help. Also if
you've done a cool thing but don't have time to write it all up, you
might be able to team up with some academics here who would help with
See recent FOCI programs here:
----- Forwarded message from Prateek Mittal <pmittal at princeton.edu> -----
Date: Mon, 21 Mar 2016 17:03:16 -0400
From: Prateek Mittal <pmittal at princeton.edu>
To: Roger Dingledine <arma at mit.edu>, Nick Mathewson <nickm at freehaven.net>, Mike
Perry <mikeperry at fscked.org>, karsten at torproject.org
Cc: Amir Houmansadr <amir at cs.umass.edu>, FOCI '16 Program Co-Chairs
<foci16chairs at usenix.org>, Sandy Ordonez <sandra at opentechfund.org>
Subject: Submit to FOCI '16?
Hi Roger, Nick, Mike, Karsten,
Hope things are well. Given exciting recent developments across the Tor
ecosystem, we are writing to encourage you (and your colleagues) to submit
your work to this year???s Workshop on Free and Open Communications on the
Internet (FOCI '16). FOCI 2016 will be co-located with USENIX Security in
Austin, TX on August 8 2016.
This year, we're looking for six-page papers on any aspect of freedom of
communications on the Internet, ranging from technical research on
circumventing or measuring censorship, to research at the intersection of
policy, regulation, social science and law. (For example, new Tor
mechanisms -- both planned and deployed, new threats facing Tor, and
experience + roadmap papers could all be a great fit.)
<https://www.usenix.org/conference/foci16>The submission deadline is May 2.
Also, if you know anybody else who should know about it, please help us
spread the word.
Amir and Prateek (Co-Chairs)
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