Expression of interest: CDNG Tech & Science Conference (24 & 25 March 2020), CSIRO’s Data61 & DSTG CSSS (26 & 27 March 2020)
Please register your interest to attend the Cyber Defence Next Gen Tech & Science Conference (CDNG) and/or the CSIRO's Data61 & DSTG Cyber Security Summer School (CSSS).
The CDNG Technology and Science Conference (
) is a first of its kind scientific and technology focused Cyber Defence Conference, with the aim to have the community of Cyber-Security under the “Next Generation Defence Technologies | Cyber Research” program in collaboration with DST-Data61 and partner universities meet together, expose relevant research activities and discuss future collaborations. The CSIRO's Data61 & DSTG Cyber Security Summer School(CSSS) (
), in collaboration with University of Queensland and CSCRC, is an annual summer school focusing on a range of cyber security topics, bringing the Australian cyber ecosystem together. Both are free events open to PhD students, postdocs, academics and industry members to share thoughts on what the future challenges in cyber security and cyber defence look like and how to address them. This registration of interest is purely indicative of your interest to attend. Formal invitations to attend the events will be issued at a later stage
Which Event/days will you attend:
Day 1 - 24 March 2020 - Cyber Defence Next Generation Technology and Science Conference
Day 2 - 25 March 2020 - Cyber Defence Next Generation Technology and Science Conference
Day 3 - 26 March 2020 - Cyber Security Summer School 2020
Day 4 - 27 March 2020 - Cyber Security Summer School 2020
CDNG Both Days
CSSS Both Days
Both events all 4 Days
No Special requirements
If you are a current PhD student, would you be interested in presenting your research at the events? The CDNG event offers a student paper presentation session & The CSSS event offers a student poster session.
Yes student paper presentation at CDNG
Yes student poster presentation CSSS
Not interested in presenting my study related research
Not a student
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