2nd of July, 2016 — Tallinn, Estonia
Tallinn University of Technology Centre for Digital Forensics and Cyber Security, StudyITin.ee and the IT Law Programme at the University of Tartu have the pleasure of inviting you to attend the 2nd Interdisciplinary Cyber Research (ICR) workshop to be held at the Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia on the 2nd of July, 2016. The aim of the workshop is to bring together young as well as established scholars undertaking research in various disciplines related to information and communication technologies such as computer sciences, political and social sciences, and law.
Last year the workshop boasted 20 speakers from 10 countries, together with close to hundred workshop participants. Please see for reference the ICR2015 Workshop Proceedings (in e-reader) (in pdf) and the ICR 2015 Agenda.
This year’s workshop follows the same interdisciplinary format. Our aim is to promote sharing and discussing novel research across different domains, thereby allowing for the creation of new synergies as well as being informed and inspired by “cyber”-research carried out by other disciplines than your own. Foremost, the workshop offers a friendly and forward-thinking environment for getting feedback on your ideas from an international pool of researchers. The workshop will be running in parallel sessions dedicated to more specific research areas, each session being chaired by established scholars and professionals.
You can participate as an author (abstract+presentation) or just join our wonderful audience. Participants are requested to submit a 1000-word abstract. Abstracts should explain the relevance of the research, outline principle research questions, and expected or achieved results together with your research methods. In addition to young researchers and scholars, we welcome student submissions based on their Master or PhD thesis research. Selected authors are invited to present their ideas at the workshop and all selected abstracts will be published as workshop proceedings by Tallinn University of Technology (with an ISBN number). Selected authors are also invited to submit their research as an academic article for established academic journals, subject to additional review process.
Call for abstracts deadline:
25th of April 2016 3rd of May 2016 (via EasyChair)
Notification of authors:
9th of May 2016 19th of May 2016
Registration is closed!
Co-founder of Skype Jaan Tallinn — “Dangers of artificial intelligence”
UK barrister and author Stephen Mason — “Artificial (software code) intelligence: oh really? And why judges and lawyers are central to the way we live now”
Programme committee choosing the abstracts:
Dr Hayretdin Bahsi, Tallinn University of Technology
Mr Bernhards Blumbergs, NATO CCD COE
Dr Helen Eenmaa-Dimitrieva, Tartu University, IT Law Programme
Dr Agnes Kasper, Tallinn University of Technology
Mr Markus Kont, NATO CCD COE
Prof Robert Krimmer, Tallinn University of Technology
Prof Olaf Maennel, Tallinn University of Technology
Mr Tomáš Minárik, NATO CCD COE
Ms Anna-Maria Osula, NATO CCD COE/Tallinn University of Technology
Mr Arnis Paršovs, Tartu University
Dr Iain Phillips, Loughborough University
Mr Mauno Pihelgas, NATO CCD COE
Prof Pille Pruulmann-Vengerfeldt, Tartu University
Dr Andra Siibak, Tartu University
Dr Matthew Sorell, University of Adelaide
Dr Andreas Ventsel, Tartu University
ICR2016 registration is closed.
Attending the ICR workshop is free of charge and also open for participants who have not submitted an abstract (registration deadline for non-authors was 27th of June 2016). Travel to/from Tallinn and accommodation is to be covered by the participants.
The ICR workshop is organised in conjunction with the Cyber Security Summer School, held in Tallinn, Estonia, 3-8 July 2016. For more information on the Summer School, please visit: http://studyitin.ee/c3s
Facebook event: here
Anna-Maria Osula (NATO CCD COE/Tallinn University of Technology), anna-maria.osula -at- ttu.ee
Olaf Maennel (Tallinn University of Technology), om -at- maennel.net