Your Submissions for ISAC-ISSS 2016

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Submit to ISAC-ISSS Notre Dame 2016

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The submission deadline has passed, but late submissions will be considered on a case-by-case basis. Your list of existing submissions is below. To find out more information about a proposal, click the "Detail" button on the right. Any proposals under the "In Progress" heading are not submitted and will not be considered by the Program Chair. If you have any questions, or wish to edit a previously submitted proposal, please contact the Program Chair.

Please note that the deadline for ISA ISAC-ISSS has passed. The program team has already begun crafting the program but will evaluate late proposals on a case-by-case basis. If you wish to make any edits to already submitted proposals, please contact the Program Chair.

Contact

Dan Lindley | Notre Dame University

ISAC and Conference Chair

James Lebovic | George Washington University

ISSS Section Chair

Danielle Mueller | Notre Dame University

Program Chair and WIIS Coordinator

isacisss@isanet.org

Your Submissions

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