Dear DeepSec speakers this goes out to you:
It’s our pleasure to inform you that we will publish a book as proceedings about past and present DeepSec topics. A summary, a factual overview on what’s been going on at our annual event, from 2008 – 2012, a collection of the most compelling talks and captivating topics we’ve featured at our conference so far. To make this book a bummer we need your help.
We want you to send us the abstracts of the talk you held at DeepSec – and we ask you to open up your topic once again.
What’s been going on in the very special field you held your talk about?
Have there been some new developments?
Is your talk still up to date or does it seem kind of antiquated to you? If so, why?
Since we choose the talks for DeepSec very carefully we believe every topic is well worth thinking about it once again and to update it.
We need your input in the form of an academic publication: Please send us the original content of your talk in the form of an article, including a clearly separated endorsement where you write about your current thoughts on your special topic. Send your submissions to: proceedings at deepsec dot net
Manuscript must be written in Microsoft Word, Open/Libre Office, LaTeX
A LaTeX-Style file will be provided for (y)our convenience.
Word/Open/Libre Office files will be converted to LaTeX, so please use plain vanilla styles with proper formatting. We will provide style guides for your chapters.
Proper editing and proof reading must be done before submission (of course, we will also proof read the text, but it’s good to triple-check).
Please include a short biography and a contact e-mail address that can be published.
If you held multiple talks at multiple DeepSec conferences, you can submit each one as a chapter. 😉
We plan to publish also proceedings for future DeepSec conferences.
Title and Abstract for your chapter needs to be submitted until 15th of July.
Manuscript needs to be submitted until the 1st of August, 2013.
We’re looking forward to your abstracts! As always we will support you if you have any questions.
your DeepSec Team