NordSec 2011 Poster Session and Competition
The conference includes a poster session that will be held on Wednesday (Oct 26th) evening. The posters will also be available for audience during the session breaks on Thursday and Friday. The poster session is open to everyone. However, the poster competition is open only for posters where the author(s) are students; see below for more details about the competition. Authors submitting a poster may also submit a short paper on the same topic.
The poster session is chaired by Margus Niitsoo (University of Tartu).
Instructions for submitting the posters
To submit a poster to the competition, please e-mail its first version (which should be sufficiently complete, such that its merits can be judged) together with any supplemental information that you think may help in appreciating the poster to the poster chair at the address email@example.com. Please put “NORDSEC Poster” to the subject line.
The final posters should be either portrait or landscape A0 (also other A-sizes are ok because they can be scaled to A0 when printed). No poster template is offered. For good readability the font size should not be smaller than 28 pt and images should have at least 300 dpi resolution (in A0).
The printing of posters and their set-up before the poster session will be handled by the conference organizers.
Student Poster Competition
The poster session also includes an informal poster competition which is open for posters where the authors are students (bachelor, master, or doctoral). In order to participate in the competition, please state clearly the status of each author (student or not and where). The topics should be related to a student project, such as a thesis, internship or course project in the area of security and/or mobile computing. The posters should be prepared in groups of 2-4 persons. (Students intending to submit a poster alone must ask for approval from the organizer. Please talk first with your supervisor so that he or she can help you form groups.) The conference organizers will decide which posters may participate in the competition. The selection of winners will be an informal process with rules to be announced at the event.
Important Dates for Poster Session and Competition
In the poster session, the following posters will be presented.
Poster Competition Results
During the poster session, the participants of the Nordsec conference could indicate their most favorite posters. Based on these indications, the following poster was declared the winner of the poster competition and its authors were awarded during the social dinner on October 28th, 2011.
Andrew Keating and Mohit Sethi. Anonymous Routing in Bluetooth Low Energy.