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AISB event Bulletin Item

CFP: 3rd Int'l Workshop on Security and Rewriting Techniques Security (SecReT 2008)


SecReT 2008

                     3rd International Workshop on
                   Security and Rewriting Techniques

                          Sunday, June 22, 2008,
                             Pittsburgh, USA

                          Affiliated workshop of
       the 21st IEEE Computer Security Foundations Symposium (CSF)
     and the 23rd IEEE Symposium on Logic In Computer Science (LICS)


Abstract Submission      March 31, 2008
Full Paper Submission    April  6, 2008
Acceptance Notification  May   12, 2008
Camera Ready             May   26, 2008
Workshop                 June  22, 2008


The aim of this workshop is to bring together rewriting researchers
and  security  experts, in order to  foster  their  interaction and
develop future collaborations in this area,  provide  a  forum  for
presenting  new  ideas and work in progress,  and  enable newcomers
to learn about current activities in this area.

The workshop focuses on the use of rewriting techniques in all aspects
of security. Specific topics include: authentication, encryption,
access control and authorization, protocol verification, specification
of policies, intrusion detection, integrity of information, control of
information leakage, control of distributed and mobile code, etc.

Previous instances of SecRet were held in 2006 (S. Servolo, Venice,
Italy), and 2007 (Paris, France).


SecReT'08 will be held at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania, USA. The  workshop is associated with the 21st IEEE
Computer Security Foundations Symposium (CSF'08) and the  23rd IEEE
Symposium on Logic in Computer Science (LICS'08).


Submission is web-based via a link available in  the main web page.
Submissions must be received by April 6, 2008. In addition, a title
and abstract must be submitted by March 31, 2008. Submitted papers
should be at most 15 pages in the ENTCS style, and should include
an abstract and the author's information. See the author's
instructions of ENTCS style at http://www.entcs.org.


Accepted papers will be published in a preliminary volume available
during the workshop.  After the workshop, a final version of the
proceedings will be published in the Elsevier series Electronic
Notes in Theoretical Computer Science (ENTCS).


Hubert Comon         Cachan, France
Jonathan Millen      MITRE, USA


Daniel Dougherty     Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA
Santiago Escobar     Technical University of Valencia, Spain


Pierpaolo Degano     Pisa, Italy
Daniel Dougherty     Worcester, USA
Santiago Escobar     Valencia, Spain
Maribel Fernandez    King's College London, UK
Thomas Genet         IRISA Rennes, France
Joshua Guttman       MITRE, USA
Catherine Meadows    NRL, USA
Monica Nesi          L'Aquila, Italy
Michael Rusinowitch  Lorraine, France
Ralf Treinen         Paris-7, France