thank you very much for this productive and interactive kick-off meeting today. I really enjoyed discussions with you. I have updated CMS and added a task instruction for 7.12. I have also opened the forum. Feel free to start discussing papers... Weiterlesen
thank you very much for this productive and interactive kick-off meeting today. I really enjoyed discussions with you. I have updated CMS and added a task instruction for 7.12. I have also opened the forum. Feel free to start discussing papers and let others know about your choices! If you have any questions that might be interesting for other, please post it in the forum.
User Studies in IT Security
In this seminar you will learn:
- to read and discuss a scientific paper that contains a user study,
- to understand what makes a good paper, and,
- how to present scientific works in an academic context.
The seminar kick off will be held on the Monday, 16th of November, 10.00 - 12.00. via Zoom
7.12.: live session via Zoom to discuss what is a good and a bad paper.
14.12.: live session via Zoom to discuss how to present a paper.
Individual presentations will be scheduled for December/January/February. After giving your presentation, please submit a document with a critical reflection on your learning experience (1-3 pages).
Distinguished venues for human-centric IT security:
Being a student during a pandemic is challenging and might be very overwhelming. If you need support during times of struggle, reach out to friends, family or faculty you trust. The student union at UdS also offers a counselling service that you may contact. You do not have to go through this alone! If for whatever reason (e.g. a personal emergency) you cannot attend the seminar or deliver your work in time please let me know and we will make appropriate arrangements.
---- Your tasks until 7.12. ----
Please browse program of Usenix SOUPS 2020 and choose a paper that you would like to read in the course of this seminar. You may also choose a paper from SOUPS 2019 or any other from the conferences listed above if you wish. Discuss your choice in the forum to make sure that we have different papers covered. Read the paper carefully to be prepared to discuss it during the live session. You may also use the Forum to discuss aspects of your paper with others. Be critical yet constructive!