Call for Papers: Workshop on Measurements, Attacks, and Defenses for the Web (MADWeb) 2020
All papers must be written in English. Papers must be formatted for US letter size paper in a two-column layout, with columns no more than 9.25-inch high and 3.5-inch wide. The text must be in Times font, 10-point or larger, with 11-point or larger line spacing. If possible, authors should use the templates provided by NDSS.
We invite both full papers and short papers. Full papers should have no more than 10 pages in total (excluding references and appendices). Short papers must have less than 6 pages (again, excluding references and appendices), and can be about work-in-progress and novel ideas. Short papers will be selected based on their potential to spark interesting discussions during the workshop.
Submissions are encouraged to be anonymized for review, but this is not necessary.
Submission site: https://madweb20.hotcrp.com/
One author of each accepted paper is expected to present the paper at the workshop. The format will be traditional conference-style research presentations with questions from the audience. Interactive and engaging presentations are welcomed. Following notification to authors, more information will be provided regarding speaking times and other details. The accepted papers will be made available on the workshop website and the workshop will have official proceedings released.
A limited number of accepted speakers will receive our support to pay registration fees and/or travel expenses. Preference will be given to students working in relevant areas of research and coming from under-represented institutions, speakers who have clear financial need, speakers from diverse backgrounds and from under-represented minority communities.
Please add relevant information under “Travel Support?” to you submission in HotCRP.
Program Committee Chairs
- Oleksii Starov, Palo Alto Networks
- Alexandros Kapravelos, North Carolina State University
- Nick Nikiforakis, Stony Brook University
- Yinzhi Cao, Johns Hopkins University
- Louis DeKoven, Facebook
- Adam Doupé, Arizona State University
- Steven Englehardt, Mozilla
- William Hewlett, Palo Alto Networks
- Luca Invernizzi, Google
- Engin Kirda, Northeastern University
- Sebastian Lekies, Google
- Jason Polakis, University of Illinois at Chicago
- Tamara Rezk, INRIA
- Walter Rudametkin, Polytech Lille
- Peter Snyder, Brave
- Ben Stock, CISPA Helmholtz Center
- Gianluca Stringhini, Boston University
- Giovanni Vigna, UC Santa Barbara
- Weihang Wang, University at Buffalo
- Yuchen Zhou, Palo Alto Networks
MADWeb 2020 is partially supported by Palo Alto Networks.