Call for Posters and Demos
ACM WiSec 2021 solicits submission of posters and demos. The demo and posters sessions will be part of the main conference, which will be held online from June 28 to July 1, 2021.
For posters and demos, authors should submit an up to 3 pages long extended abstract that provides sufficient technical details so that the evaluation committee can assess the technical merit of the work or the technology they developed. Submissions should have a research component and, in particular, should not push a commercial agenda.
Poster and demos allow submissions of ideas and preliminary results about ongoing research, as well as implementations of prototypes. The abstracts do not have to present a completed work, but they should provide enough concrete evidence to support the potential and validity of the proposed ideas. For prototype implementations, submissions should describe the technology developed, the relevance to wireless networking and security, what the conference participants will be able to see during the demonstration, and also highlight the novelty of the prototype.
Please consider that the poster & demo session is purely virtual. You could account for this by creating a video demonstration, self-explanatory online portals, slides, interactive websites or anything else that can be presented online. You may also add a URL pointing to a preview of what the audience will see during the conference with your submission, but you are not obliged to do that. Should your submission be accepted, you can send us an artifact for the poster or demo session before the conference starts such as slides you would like to use, a few screenshots, the source code of the demo you would like to run or anything else that could be interesting for the audience during the session or afterwards. We will publish your artifact on the conference website.
Both types of abstracts should follow the ACM WiSec 2021 formatting guidelines (with a 3 page limit), and the authors should refer to the paper submission instructions for information related to formatting. All poster titles must be prefixed with the keyword “POSTER: " and all demo titles must be prefixed with “DEMO: “. Posters and demos do not need to be blind. Abstracts of accepted posters and demos will be included in the conference proceedings. Please submit your poster or demo proposal through the conference management system. Detailed submission instructions can be found on the submission site.
At least one poster/demo author must be registered as poster/demo author by the author registration deadline, and present the poster/demo at the conference.
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