Short Courses

CALL FOR MINI-COURSE CHAPTERS

Short Courses at SBSeg 2024 (Practical and Theoretical, In-Person Event)

Presentation

The SBSeg Short Courses aim to cover relevant topics generally not taught in undergraduate curricula and to awaken interest in security among academics and professionals, either of a practical or theoretical nature. Current topics with the greatest potential to attract the interest of young students and professionals are prioritized to better qualify them for their research and/or the job market. Each short course should be structured for three hours of presentation.

Tópics of interest

The same themes and topics from the Main Track of SBSeg.

Important Dates

  • Short course registration: May 27, 2024
  • Short course submission: May 27, 2024
  • Notification to authors: July 05, 2024
  • Final Version: August 12, 2024
  • Event Dates: September 16 to 19, 2024
Instructions for Authors

Professors/researchers interested in giving a short course must submit a proposal, written in Portuguese or English, detailing the nature of the short course (practical or theoretical), containing between 3 and 5 pages (excluding CVs, item 6 below), with the following information:

1.Identification details – Title of the short course, authors, institution(s), and indication of the author(s) who will present the short course;

2.General information – Objectives of the course, treatment of the topic (e.g., theoretical or practical; general overview of results or deepening of specific aspects; presentation or comparison of technologies; development of new skills or information, etc.), and desired audience profile;

3.Planned structure of the text (topics/chapters to be developed);

4.For each chapter/topic planned in item 3, write a summary of its content and an estimate of the respective number of pages

5.Main bibliography used in preparing the short course;

6.Prepare an abridged Curriculum Vitae for each author, with a maximum of one page per author. 

All the information above should be contained in just one document (a file in PDF format) to be submitted exclusively through the SBC’s JEMS system (https://jems.sbc.org.br/home.cgi?c=4551). The evaluation will consider the following criteria: relevance and timeliness of the topic for the event, technical quality of the proposal, and experience of the proponent(s) in the proposed theme, especially of the presenter(s). The best proposals on distinct themes will be accepted for presentation and publication. The selected proposals will deal with distinct themes to ensure the diversity of the short courses offered.

Authors of selected proposals must produce a text (book chapter) in Portuguese containing between 40 and 50 pages. The texts will be published, in the form of chapters, in the book “Minicursos SBSeg 2024”. The model for the publication of the book chapter is available on the SBC portal. It is important to ensure that the topic of this proposed short course has not been already covered in previous editions of SBSeg courses (https://www.ceseg.org/mini-cursos), not being eligible for a new publication in this case.

SBSeg 2024 will occur in an in-person format. Therefore, the presentations of the accepted short courses will take place in person. All accepted short course papers must be presented in person by at least one co-author of the paper and structured for a total duration of three hours.

Technical Program Committee

TBD

Coordination

Short Course Coordination of SBSeg 2024

  • Cesar Augusto Cavalheiro Marcondes (ITA)

General Coordination of SBSeg 2024

  • Lourenço Alves Pereira Júnior (ITA)
  • Diego Luis Kreutz (UNIPAMPA)

CESeg Coordination

  • Igor Moraes (UFF)
  • Marcos Antonio Simplicio Junior (USP)
Sponsor
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