The Emerging Security Technologies (EST) Conference is a leading Euro-Asia technology forum dedicated to the presentation and discussion of new ideas and concepts in emerging technologies that span applications from personal biometrics to national security. The EST conference has proven to be a venue for bringing to light cutting edge research and innovations in the field of security and computing. Particular focus on research dissemination and enabling interaction between researchers makes the EST conference technically valuable and an unmissable event for both the academia and the industry.
Previous EST Conferences were organized in Canterbury, UK, in 2010 and Preston, UK, in 2011. The 2012 EST was held in Lisbon, Portugal. The 2013 and 2014 EST conferences were held in Cambridge, UK, and Alcalá de Henares, Spain. The last EST conference was held in Braunschweig, Germany in 2015. This year the conference is being held at the University of Kent and takes place in the beautiful cathedral city of Canterbury, UK. The conference is sponsored by University of Kent, University of Essex and IEEE. The IEEE United Kingdom and Ireland Section Computer Society is a technical sponsor for the event. University of Central Lancashire is also supporting the conference.
Conference programme uploaded
Registration fees and early bird deadline has been updated on the website.
Presented papers will be published on the IEEE Xplore Digital Library.
08 May 2017
26 May 2017 5 June 2017
Notification of acceptance
11 July 2017
11 August 2017
Conference will be held in the Sibson Building, Univeristy of Kent, Canterbury. Conference reception will be at the foyer.
Prominent and recognized researchers in computer security have been invited for plenary talks. All registered participants are invited to attend.
Participants are also invited to attend special sessions and workshop.
Professor Sakir Sezer
Queens University BelfastProfessor Sezer is the Director of Research and the Head of the Networked System Security at the Centre for Secure Information Technology (CSIT). He is a world-renowned authority in high-performance network processing and Internet security technologies. His research is leading major advances in the field of high-performance content and security processing, spanning cybersecurity related topics in malware, embedded systems, IoT, ICS and network security, in collaboration with leading corporations in the US and UK. Professor Sezer is also co-founder and CTO of Titan IC Systems Ltd, and is a member of various research and executive committees.
Professor Mark Ryan
University of Birmingham
Professor Mark Ryan is a leading researcher and innovator in the field of computer security. His areas of interest include applied cryptography, security protocols analysis of security systems, cloud computing security and internet of things security.
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