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Re: [tor-talk] Looking for some Tor love at HotPETS15



Dear Tor friends,

This is just a reminder that HotPETs talk proposals are due *tomorrow* (April 24th). You can email your proposal to <hotpets15@petsymposium.org> (2 pages max, for details see <https://www.petsymposium.org/2015/hotpets.php>).

We would love to have the exciting recent developments in the design and use of Tor presented at HotPETs, and it is a great chance to interact with some of the world’s most accomplished cryptographers, scholars, hackers, and activists.

Cheers,
Aaron
co-chair, HotPETs 2015

> On Mar 18, 2015, at 10:46 AM, A. Johnson <aaron.m.johnson@nrl.navy.mil> wrote:
> 
> Dear Tor people,
> 
> The HotPETS workshop [0] has been a place for researchers, developers, and thinkers in privacy-enhancing technologies to share and discuss their latest ideas and results. Tor has always been a major part of this discussion, from the introduction of Tor’s bandwidth scanner [1] in 2008, to the unveiling of Tor’s move to a single guard in 2014 [2], and including much in between (for example, [3-6]).
> 
> HotPETS would like to continue to be a place for the Tor community to share their latest improvements and challenges. This year we are asking for only a *2-page talk proposal*. The submission deadline is *April 24th*. Details about submitting are in the Call for Talks [0]. Hopefully, this will make it even easier for more of the Tor community to participate, especially people who don’t write research papers for a living :-)
> 
> I hope to see many of you at HotPETS in Philadelphia on July 2nd!
> 
> Best,
> Aaron
> co-chair, HotPETS 2015
> 
> [0] https://www.petsymposium.org/2015/hotpets.php
> [1] "TorFlow: Tor Network Analysis”. Mike Perry. HotPETS 2008.
> [2] "One Fast Guard for Life (or 9 months)”. Roger Dingledine, Nicholas Hopper, George Kadianakis and Nick Mathewson. HotPETS 2014.
> [3] "Compromising Tor Anonymity Exploiting P2P Information Leakage". Pere Manils, Abdelberi Chaabane, Stevens Le Blond, Mohamed Ali Kaafar, Claude Castelluccia, Arnaud Legout, Walid Dabbous. HotPETS 2010.
> [4] "Eliminating Stop-Points in the Installation and Use of Anonymity Systems: A Usability Evaluation of the Tor Browser Bundle”. Greg Norcie, Kelly Caine and Jean Camp. HotPETS 2012.
> [5] "Towards Measuring Resilience in Anonymous Communication Networks”. Fatemeh Shirazi, Claudia Diaz, Ciaran Mullan, Joss Wright, and Johannes Buchmann. HotPETS 2013.
> [6] "A TorPath to TorCoin: Proof-of-Bandwidth Altcoins for Compensating Relays”. Mainak Ghosh, Miles Richardson, Bryan Ford and Rob Jansen. HotPETS 2014.
> 
> --
> Aaron Johnson, Ph.D.
> Computer Scientist
> Formal Methods Section
> Center for High Assurance Computer Systems
> U.S. Naval Research Laboratory
> <http://www.ohmygodel.com>

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