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About the Conference
The annual DFRWS conference allows leading digital forensics researchers from government, industry, and academia to present their work and results to fellow researchers and practitioners. Many of the most cited digital forensics papers have been presented at DFRWS and the annual challenge has spawned research in important areas. Initial results and tool prototypes are also presented during the Works in Progress and demo sessions.
The conference typically has about 100 people and is therefore small enough so that attendees meet each other and can interact with the speakers. A tradition of DFRWS as been its casual and interactive atmosphere where break out sessions exist to discuss topics related to the presentations. There are also opportunities to interact during the welcome reception and banquet. After the banquet, attendees can put their forensics skills to the test when they form teams to participate in the annual Forensics Rodeo, which is a challenge that requires participants to analyze data and answer questions.
There are many ways for you to be involved with DFRWS USA 2015:
•Attendee: Register and attend the conference to learn about the latest in digital forensics research, to provide feedback to researchers, and to meet and interact with other researchers and practitioners.
•Advertise: Post or distribute one of our graphic ads to help spread the word about the conference.
•Sponsor: Help promote research in this area and gain exposure at the annual conference by becoming a sponsor of one of the conference events. See the Sponsors page for the list of companies that have already helped DFRWS USA 2015.
•Posters and Demos: During the conference, a poster and demo session will occur. This allows attendees to show initial research results and demonstrate tools that have been developed. If you are interested in presenting a poster or demo, email email@example.com with point of contact, name of the tool or research, and a short description.
•Works in Progress (WIP): On the last day of the conference, there is typically a Works in Progress (WIP) session that gives attendees 5 minutes to give an overview of their work. There are a limited number of WIP slots and they are assigned on a first come first serve basis using a signup sheet at the conference.
•Speaker: Submit a paper or panel proposal (deadline Feb 9, 2015) so that your work can be be presented at the conference and included in the printed proceedings.
•Presenter: Submit a tutorial or workshop proposal (deadline Feb 9, 2015). Workshops and tutorials are held adjacent to DFRWS USA and are available for free to conference attendees