[Busec] Full student support for Trustworthy Computing Summer School still available

Sharon Goldberg goldbe at cs.bu.edu
Tue Jun 7 18:45:35 EDT 2011


Hi Wing and BUsec,

See below for a very interesting summer school opportunity.  If you
are interested, please let me or your advisor know; it seems like the
event is fully paid for, so could be great chance to learn something
new, and smooze with other students and faculty interested in
security.

Best,
Sharon

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Adrian Perrig <adrian at ece.cmu.edu>
Date: Wed, Jun 1, 2011 at 9:45 AM
Subject: Full student support for Trustworthy Computing Summer School
still available
To: reyzin at cs.bu.edu


Hi,

Full student funding for our trustworthy computing summer school is
still available, providing for airfare, meals, and lodging! Based on
the previous two years, students greatly appreciated and benefited
from our program. We again have an exciting set of speakers:

Boris Balacheff, HP
Dave Challener, Johns Hopkins
George Coker, USG
Michael Donovan, HP
Virgil Gligor, CMU
David Grawrock, Intel
Kari Ti Kostiainen, Nokia
Fred Leong, USG
Andrew Martin, Oxford University
Jon McCune, CMU
Liam O Murchu, Symantec
Dimitrios Pendarakis, IBM
Ron Perez, AMD
Ariel Segall, MITRE
Bob Thibadeau, Wave Systems
Michael Wei, UCSD

Please forward this message to students who may be interested in
attending. Hope to see you at TIW!
 Adrian

TIW 2011: Third Annual Trusted Infrastructure Workshop:
Advanced Summer School on Architectures for Trustworthy Computing
19-23 June 2011, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh PA, USA
http://www.cylab.cmu.edu/tiw

Co-located with TRUST conference 2011: http://www.trust2011.org
4th International Conference on Trust and Trustworthy Computing

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN - access directly or from event website
https://web.campusservices.cmu.edu/conferences/registration.taf?ID=2011TIW

*** TIW Overview ***

When IT infrastructure technologies fail to keep pace with emerging
threats, we can no longer trust them to sustain the applications we
depend on in both business and society at large.

Ranging from Trusted Computing, to machine virtualization, new
hardware architectures, and new network security architectures, and
the challenges arising from the increasing ubiquity of sensitive
operations on mobile devices, trusted infrastructure technologies
attempt to place security into the very design of commercial
off-the-shelf technologies.

The TIW is an open innovation event modeled as a highly interactive
summer school, consisting of lectures, workshops, and other lab
sessions.  TIW is a collaboration between government, academia, and
industry intended to benefit the cybersecurity research and
development agenda by bringing together researchers in the field.  It
is aimed at bringing together researchers in the field of IT security
with an interest in systems and infrastructure security, as well as MS
or PhD students who are new to the field.  Funding is available to
support student attendance (see below).

We will have security leaders from academia, government, and industry
providing lectures and leading discussions, labs, and research
workshops.

*** Agenda Highlights: Lots of new material vs. last year! ***
- Plenary keynote lecture with TRUST 2011: 4th International
 Conference on Trust and Trustworthy Computing
 http://www.trust2011.org/
 Liam O Murchu - Reverse Engineering the Stuxnet Worm
- Capture the Flag: hands-on, event-long competition leveraging
 trusted computing technologies
- Combined gala dinner with TRUST 2011 attendees
 Learn about the very latest research in the area
- Social outing: watch the Pittsburgh Pirates play baseball in the
 world-renowned PNC Park overlooking beautiful downtown Pittsburgh
- Multiple technology lectures, research workshops, and hands-on labs.
 Learn more about open-source tools that can be used today

For more details on the workshop and how to register, please visit
http://www.cylab.cmu.edu/tiw

*** Full support student scholarships available! ***

Sponsors are providing student support in the form of scholarships to
aid selected students to attend the workshop. The scholarship includes
coverage of all costs of workshop attendance, including airfare (up to
$500), lodging, and meals. Interested students should register online
and include a brief statement detailing the reason why they would like
to attend. While sponsorships are available in priority to students
from US academia, a small number of sponsorships can will be given to
foreign students, but may not cover full travel or visa fees.


TIW Sponsors:

- Carnegie Mellon CyLab
- NSF
- HP Labs
- Microsoft
- Google
- Wave Systems

Contact:

Registration / logistical details: Tina Yankovich <tinay at andrew.cmu.edu>
Technical details: Jonathan McCune <jonmccune at cmu.edu>

Venue:

CyLab, Carnegie Mellon University
CIC Building
4720 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213


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Sharon Goldberg
Computer Science, Boston University
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