It is our great pleasure to invite you to join us in Rennes France, for the 9th IEEE International Workshop on Information Forensics and Security (WIFS) 2017, to be held from December 4, to December 7, 2017. The workshop will take place at Inria Rennes.
WIFS is the primary annual event organised by the IEEE Information Forensics and Security (IFS) Technical Committee of the IEEE Signal Processing Society. Its major objective is to bring together researchers from relevant disciplines to exchange new ideas and the latest results and to discuss emerging challenges in different areas of information security.
WIFS 2017 will feature keynote lectures, tutorials, technical sessions. Topics of interest broadly include (but are not limited to): Forensics Analysis, Biometrics, Secure Communication, Multimedia Security, Infirmation Theoretic Security, Cybersecurity, Hardware Security, Surveillance, Network Security, Applied Cryptography (See the Program of the week).
Yes, WIFS 2017 will be a great event! There is no doubt about it. Its CfP reaches almost 2,000 views on wikicfp! However, we must foresee the future edition: WIFS 2018. Our plan is to announce the location of WIFS 2018 during WIFS 2017 to keep the mojo running. Here…
We have opened the submission website. The final countdown is now running: You have less than a month to submit papers here : https://cmt3.research.microsoft.com/WIFS2017/Submission/Index
This year edition has received the label “GdR ISIS“. This is a national French cluster around research in image and signal processing held by CNRS.
We begin here a series about things to do in Rennes during December? (just to motivate authors in their hard work before the deadline). The most well known event is “Les Transmusicales”, a.k.a. Les Trans in short. This is a music festival that lasts for 3 or 4 days. It…
This year edition has received the label “Pré-Gdr Sécurité Informatique du CNRS“. This is a future national French cluster around research in security held by CNRS.
We are thrilled to announce the second tutorial of WIFS 2017. Monday, December 4th is devoted to tutorials, and we manage to nail the focus on deep learning with this second tutorial entitled: Methods for Understanding Deep Neural Networks and their Predictions This tutorial will be given by Grégoire Montavon, associate…
In the end, we received proposals and the program co-chairs, Patrick Bas and Zekeriya Erkin, made their choices:
We are glad to announce that IEEE WIFS 2017 will host the 2 following special sessions:
- Physical Object Identification and Authentication, chaired by Slava Voloshynovskiy (University of Geneva, Switzerland) and Boris Škoric (Univ. of Technology Eindhoven, The Netherlands)
- Social networks and user-generated content verification, chaired by Ewa Kijak (University of Rennes, France) and Vincent Claveau (CNRS / IRISA, France)
Please, click on the links to see their descriptions, advertise and submit!
Many thanks to people who submitted proposals, and congratulations to the 4 special session co-chairs!
Here is a flickr group page gathering nice pictures of Rennes from amateur photographers: https://www.flickr.com/groups/tourisme-rennes/
I would like to thank the early sponsors of WIFS: Inria research center Rennes Bretagne Atlantique, which will host the conference. Note that Inria is celebrating its 50th anniversary! CNRS with support coming from CRISTAL Lab ( Thanks Patrick! ) and Lab-STICC ( Thanks Caroline! ) Rennes Metropole The areas of…
We are thrilled to announce the first tutorial of WIFS 2017. Monday, December 4th will be indeed devoted to tutorials. We plan 2 tutorials in the morning and 2 tutorials in the afternoon. We have contacted the team from Pennsylvania State University, which has been very successful in investigating the threats…