Call for Presentations
The AEGIS Symposium features presentations given by the authors of most state-of-the-art papers, serving as a portal to keep track of cutting-edge security researches and for PhD students to practice talk on conference.
Since 2020, the 1st AEGIS Symposium hosted 16 talks given by a variety of security researchers in offensive and defensive security, covering a wide variety of topics including Cryptography, System, Arch, Network, IoT, and AI security.
This year, we are planning to invite more presenters and to expand the fields of interests. Inspired by the introduction of Large Language Model (LLM), we plan to add an LLM security session this year featuring presentations and freetalks.
If you would like to present your recent work, or want to nominate presenters to share theyr works on the AEGIS seminar, please fill out this form before 30th April. The topics interested by the 2nd AEGIS Symposium includes but are not limited to:
- Blockchain and Smart Contract Security
- Formal Methods and Applications on Security
- IoT Security
- Large Language Model and Security (Security-for-LLM and LLM-for-Security)
- Machine Learning Security
- Mobile Security
- Network Security
- Privacy and Security
- System Security
- Usable Security and Measurements
- Web Security