Please join us on Thursday, October 3 from 9:30am – 4:30pm, as members of the CLTC research community will deliver presentations about their research at the 3rd Annual CLTC Research Exchange. This event will be hosted at the David Brower Center in Downtown Berkeley (2150 Allston Way, Berkeley, CA 94704).
The purpose of the CLTC Research Exchange is to foster connections within the CLTC research community, and to introduce the campus community to CLTC’s broader network. Participants can connect with the Berkeley talent pool and learn about the breadth of CLTC-funded cybersecurity research at Berkeley.
The event will showcase the work of CLTC grantees through a series of short research talks covering a diverse spectrum of cybersecurity-related topics. While the full agenda is still in development, presentations are likely to cover such topics as the security implications of 5G technologies; enhanced security using deep learning techniques; model-agnostic estimation of threat probabilities; and privacy and security threat models of older adults.
The event will also feature a series of “lightning talks” on CLTC-funded projects currently underway, including privacy engineering; task-specific and efficient data valuation; mobile app privacy analysis with AppCensus; privacy-preserving and decentralized federated learning; photo forensics; cybersecurity for urban infrastructure; enabling online anonymity for vulnerable individuals and organizations; cybersecurity toolkits for the future; design practices for cybersecurity; and more.
Last year’s Research Exchange attracted roughly 60 attendees, including representatives from companies participating in CLTC’s Corporate Membership Program. “We think of the Research Exchange as a celebration of the world-class, multi-disciplinary research in cybersecurity that’s going on across campus,” Ann Cleaveland, CLTC’s Executive Director, explained in her opening remarks last year.
Learn more about research projects funded by CLTC on our website.
RSVP here to attend the 2019 CLTC Research Exchange