[ietf-dkim] Final Call for Participation -- CEAS 2006
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Thu Jul 13 16:08:08 PDT 2006
FINAL CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
CEAS 2006 -- Third Conference on Email and Anti-Spam
July 27 and 28, 2006 (Thursday, Friday)
Mountain View, California
The organizers of the Conference on Email and Anti-Spam invite you to
participate in its third annual event. This forum brings together
academic and industrial researchers to present new work in all aspects
of email and messaging, including uses and abuses such as spam.
Twenty-seven research presentations will cover topics including
game theory, social network analysis, spam and spam filter
analysis, a university spam course, forgotten email attachment
detection, and deployment experience.
Invited speakers are:
* Rob Thomas (Team Cymru)
"The Underground Economy"
Rob Thomas is the CEO and a Research Fellow with Team Cymru. Rob
has worked as a network engineer, kernel developer, and information
security professional for numerous clients. He is an ISC Fellow, a
former vice-chair of FIRST, has served as a NANOG Program Committee
member, has lectured at universities such as Notre Dame and
Northwestern, and is on the technical advisory boards of corporations
such as UltraDNS.
* Hector Garcia-Molina & Zoltan Gyongyi (Stanford)
"Web Spam: Current Techniques and Future Challenges"
Hector Garcia-Molina is the Leonard Bosack and Sandra Lerner Professor
in the Departments of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering at
Stanford University. He received the 1999 ACM SIGMOD Innovations Award,
is on the Technical Advisory Board of DoCoMo Labs USA, Yahoo Search
and Marketplace, is a Venture Advisor for Diamondhead Ventures, and is
a member of the Board of Directors of Oracle and Kintera.
Zoltan Gyongyi is a PhD student in the Department of Computer
Science at Stanford University. His research focuses on web link
structure analysis and its application for web spam detection,
including TrustRank. Since 2003, he has been collaborating with
industry experts from AltaVista and Yahoo! Search.
Attendee participation will include:
* Group Discussion
"Considering What's Missing -- Building a Work List for the Email and
Messaging Research Community"
* Lightening Round
Three brief presentations, selected by attendees!
* Conference schedule
* Accepted papers
* Conference facility
* Hotel information
Until July 26: Student -- $175
Non-student -- $350
On-site: -- $400
Before June 26, if booked by phone: $89
General Conference Chair
Gordon Cormack (University of Waterloo)
Alek Kolcz (AOL)
Dave Crocker (Brandenburg InternetWorking)
Ion Androutsopoulos, (Athens University of Economics and Business)
Thomas Lynam (Google)
Joshua Goodman (Microsoft Research)
Contact: <mailto:information at ceas.cc>
(received by all the chairs)
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