Cyber Science 2015

June 8-9, 2015, London, UK






Cyber Science

The aim of the Cyber Science 2015 is to encourage participation and promotion of collaborative scientific, industrial and academic inter-workings among individual researchers, practitioners, members of existing associations, academia, standardisation bodies, and including government departments and agencies.

The purpose is to build bridges between academia and industry, and to encourage interplay of different cultures.

Cyber Science 2015 invites researchers and industry practitioners to submit papers that encompass principles, analysis, design, methods and applications.

All submitted papers are independently peer-reviewed.


Joint and Co-located Conferences:

Cyber SA 2015

IEEE is the Technical Co-Sponsor (TCS) of the International Conference on Cyber Situational Awareness, Data Analytics and Assessment (Cyber SA 2015).

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Social Media 2015

IEEE is the Technical Co-Sponsor (TCS) of the International Conference on Social Media, Wearable and Web Analytics (Social Media 2015).

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Cyber Security 2015

IEEE is the Technical Co-Sponsor (TCS) of the International Conference on Cyber Security and Protection of Digital Services (Cyber Security 2015).

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Cyber Incident 2015

IEEE is the Technical Co-Sponsor (TCS) of the International Conference on Cyber Incident Response, Coordination, Containment & Control (Cyber Incident 2015).

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Submission Deadline

Deadline for all paper submissions, that is, both full papers and extended abstracts for Poster, WIP, PoC, Research Idea and PhD Seminar presentations is 11th March 2015

All Industry track, Work in Progress track, Research Ideas track and PhD Seminar track will be published in the conference proceedings. Interested participants, please submit your proposal using the online submission system hosted by Easychair Conference Portal.

Full paper submission should be via Easychair Conference Portal.






Sponsors






Location


London
United Kingdom



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