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 * "From Design to the Real World: Enabling Visibility into Sensitive Environments to Enhance Security and Privacy", Tariq Elahi (University of Edinburgh)

SCONE meeting, 12/03/2019

Attendance is free, please register via the following link indicating if you can give a 20min talk: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/scottish-networking-event-scone-21-tickets-55065616742.


School of Computing Science, Sir Alwyn Williams Building, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, G12 8RZ

How to get here

Take the train to Glasgow Queen Street. On arrival, take the right-hand exit from the station (past the ticket office). On leaving the station you should see the entrance to Buchanan Street subway station immediately across the street. Take the subway to Hillhead. On leaving Hillhead station, turn right and walk along Byres Road to Great George Street. Turn right and walk up the hill past the Marks & Spencer, then turn right and walk along Lilybank Gardens. The Sir Alwyn Williams Building is at the far end of Lilybank Gardens, on the left.

Hillhead station is on the left of this campus map, the Sir Alwyn Williams Building is labelled D20.


Speaker: Blesson Varghese, Queen's University Belfast

Title: TBA

Abstract: TBA

Bio: TBA


12:00-13:00 - Lunch

13:00-15:00 - Talks

  • Short talk "The Human Data Interaction Network", Matthew Chalmers (Univeristy of Glasgow)
  • Keynote: TBA, Blesson Varghese (Queen's University Belfast)
  • "Safely Measuring An Anonymity Network", Iain Learmonth (FSFE)
  • "Anomaly-Based Intrusion Detection Datasets Analysis and Limitations", Hanan Hindy (Abertay University)

15:00-15:30 - Coffee & Scones

15:30-16:30 - Talks

  • TBA, Jeremy Singer (University of Glasgow)
  • "From Design to the Real World: Enabling Visibility into Sensitive Environments to Enhance Security and Privacy", Tariq Elahi (University of Edinburgh)

16:30-17:30 - Community discussions / Announcements

17:30- Pub


  1. Dimitrios Pezaros (University of Glasgow)
  2. Jose Cano (University of Glasgow)
  3. Blesson Varghese (Queen’s University Belfast)
  4. Jeremy Singer (University of Glasgow)
  5. Paul Patras (University of Edinburgh)
  6. Xavier Bellekens (Abertay University)
  7. Christos Anagnostopoulos (Univeristy of Glasgow)
  8. Hanan Hindy (Abertay University)
  9. Mihail Yanev (University of Glasgow)
  10. Kyle Simpson (University of Glasgow)
  11. Nikos Ntarmos (University of Glasgow)
  12. Fox Foster (University of Edinburgh)
  13. Stefanos Sagkriotis (University of Glasgow)
  14. Mircea Iordache (University of Glasgow)
  15. Stephen McQuistin (University of Glasgow)

  16. Tariq Elahi (University of Edinburgh)
  17. Iain Learmonth (FSFE)
  18. Ana Custura (University of Aberdeen)
  19. Nazila Fough (Robert Gordon University)
  20. Colin Perkins (University of Glasgow)
  21. Janis Wong (University of St Andrews)
  22. Chaoyun Zhang (University of Edinburgh)
  23. Valentin Radu (University of Edinburgh)
  24. Ibrahim Alghamdi (University of Glasgow)
  25. Matthew Chalmers (University of Glasgow)
  26. Donald Robertson (University of St Andrews)
  27. Marwan Fayed (University of St Andrews)

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