October 10-12, 2001
Davis, CA, USA
This symposium, the fourth in an annual series, brings together leading figures from academia, government, and industry to discuss state-of-the-art intrusion detection technologies and issues from the research and commercial perspectives. The RAID International Symposium series is intended to further advances in intrusion detection by promoting the exchange of ideas in a broad range of topics.
RAID'98, held in Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, was the first in an anticipated annual series of international Symposia that has brought together leading figures from academia, government and industry to ponder the current state of intrusion detection technologies and paradigms from the research and commercial perspectives. More than 130 participants attended RAID'98, with nearly 50% from outside Europe, reflecting the international nature of the meeting. RAID'99, held in Purdue, Indiana, was hosted by CERIAS and welcomed more than 180 participants from academia, government and industry. RAID'2000, hosted by ONERA in Toulouse, France, welcomed more than 130 participants from academia (50%), government (20%) and industry (30%), 40% coming from USA and Canada, 60% from Europe. After Louvain-la-Neuve, Purdue and Toulouse, RAID is being locally organized in 2001 by University of California at Davis.
The RAID'2001 program committee invites submission of both technical and general interest papers and panels from those interested in formally presenting their ideas during the symposium. RAID'2001 will welcome full papers, short papers and panel proposals. Full papers are intended for presenting mature research results, and short ones for work-in-progress presentations. We also seek panel submissions in the same areas.
The following sorts of topics are within scope:
RAID submissions are peer-reviewed. Full papers will be published by Springer Verlag in its Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series. A distinct publication of short papers is also planned.
|RAID Executive Committee chair||:||Marc Dacier (IBM Research, Switzerland|
|Program co-chairs||:||Ludovic Mé (Supélec, France)
Wenke Lee (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA)
|Publication chair||:||Andreas Wespi (IBM Research, Switzerland)|
|Local organization chairs||:||Felix Wu (UC Davis, USA)|
|Publicity chair||:||Giovanni Vigna (UC Santa Barbara, USA)|
Matt Bishop (University of California at Davis, USA)
Joachim Biskup (University of Dortmund, Germany)
Frédéric Cuppens (ONERA, France)
Marc Dacier (IBM Research, Switzerland)
Hervé Debar (France Telecom R&D, France)
Yves Deswarte (LAAS-CNRS, France)
Deborah Frincke (University of Idaho, USA)
Anup Ghosh (Cigital, USA)
Tim Grance (National Institute of Standards and Technology, USA)
Ming-Yuh Huang (The Boeing Company, USA)
Erland Jonsson (Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden)
Richard Kemmerer (UCSB, USA)
Calvin Ko (NAI, USA)
Baudouin Le Charlier (Universite de Namur, Belgium)
Wenke Lee (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA)
Richard Lippmann (MIT/Lincoln Lab, USA)
John McHugh (CMU/SEI CERT, USA)
Roy Maxion (CMU, USA)
George Mohay (Queensland University, Australia)
Ludovic Mé (Supélec, France)
Abdelaziz Mounji (Swift, Belgium)
Vern Paxson (ACIRI/LBNL, USA)
Phil Porras (SRI, USA)
Stuart Staniford (Silicon Defense, USA)
Al Valdes (SRI, USA)
Giovanni Vigna (UCSB, USA)
Andreas Wespi (IBM Research, Switzerland)
Felix Wu (UC Davis, USA)
Diego Zamboni (Purdue University, USA)
Kevin Ziese (Cisco Systems, USA)
The deadline for submitting full and short papers is March 30th, 2001.
Panel proposals must be limited to 400 words in length and be submitted electronically in ASCII (preferred) or PDF. Panel proposals must include the name(s) of the panel chair and possible panelists, with their organizational affiliations, telephone and FAX numbers, and postal and email addresses. The description should include both an outline of the format of the panel and a short rationale for the panel. The program committee will allocate one to two-hour time slots to each panel, depending on the proposed topic, the number of panelists, and the requested length. The panel chair will be informed of the slot length when notified of acceptance. Panels that include time for general discussion and questions/answers between the panelists and the attendees are preferred.
The deadline for submitting panel proposals is April 30th, 2001.
All proposals must be in English. Plan to give all panels and talks in English.
To submit a paper electronically, visit http://apple.csc.ncsu.edu/raid2001
Each submission will be acknowledged by e-mail. If acknowledgment is not received within seven days, please contact Wenke Lee or Ludovic Mé.
A preliminary program will be available by July 31, 2001.
|Deadline for full paper submission||:||March 30, 2001|
|Deadline for short paper submission||:||March 30, 2001|
|Deadline for panel submission||:||April 30, 2001|
|Notification of acceptance or rejection||:||June 5, 2001|
|Final full paper camera ready copy due||:||July 5, 2001|
|Final short paper camera ready copy due||:||September 7, 2001|
|RAID dates||:||October 10-12, 2001|