Berkeley Security Seminar: Spring 2020

The Berkeley Security Seminar strives to foster greater discussion and collaboration between researchers at Berkeley and outside researchers and engineers who work on large-scale security and privacy. Once or twice a month, we bring in an external speaker for a technical talk on Fridays from 11:00am to 12:00pm in 380 Soda Hall, followed by individual meetings with students, postdocs, and faculty.
Please see the Current Seminar Schedule for this semester's talks. We also have a public Google calendar you can subscribe to for up-to-date changes and talk reminders.

Speaker Schedule

Date Speaker Title Abstract
Mar 13 Ioannis Demertzis, University of Maryland Building the Next Generation Encrypted Databases [LINK]
Feb 07 David Freeman, Facebook The Abuse Uncertainty Principle, and Other Lessons Learned from Fighting Abuse on the Internet // Adversarial Machine Learning in Real Life: Examples, Lessons, and Challenges [LINK]

Info for Speakers

The audience for this seminar typically consists of PhD students, postdocs, and faculty in the security group at Berkeley. Given the nature of this audience, speakers should give concrete, technical talks (similar to talks at academic security conferences); expect lots of questions and technical discussion! The most well-received talks have focused on discussing one or two specific projects in depth; broad overview and recruiting talks are not an appropriate fit for this forum. If you conduct work on important security and privacy issues and are interested in giving a technical talk, please contact Jean-Luc Watson (jeanluc.watson@)!

Past Seminars

Fall 2019
Spring 2019
Fall 2018
Spring 2018
Fall 2017
Spring 2017
Fall 2016
Spring 2016
Fall 2015
Spring 2015

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