Hackademic Conference – Postponed« Back to Events
Not in NoVA, DC, or MD … but just right over the line in DE. -Grecs
Update: Hackademic 2012 has been postponed until the fall. We’ll keep you posted on the new dates once they have them nailed down.
hack·er (noun) – Innovative thinker, often with unbridled enthusiasm and a desire to take over the world
ac·a·dem·ic (noun) – Structured and skilled researcher who strives for real world applications and impact
hack·a·dem·ic (event) – A conference designed to bring together the best minds from the independent and institutional security research communities in order to facilitate communication, innovation, and higher quality research
Hackademic is a three day security conference unlike any other. Attendees will be exposed to the latest cutting edge security research from some of the best minds in the world. Beyond that, however, Hackademic aims to bring together the hacking community and members from the academic community in order to learn from each others successes and failures.
Sponsored by the IEEE Reliability Society, Hackademic will be held June 29 – July 1 in the Clayton Hall conference facility at the University of Delaware in Newark DE. Everything about the conference, from the venue to the speakers to the schedule, is structured to facilitate collaboration and information sharing between attendees. Whether you’re an academic researcher looking to for ways to transfer your technology in to industry, a hacker who wants to present your ideas to an audience of professionals, or someone interested in learning the latest in information security, Hackademic will be a valuable investment of your time and energy.
Note this event will take place in the Clayton Hall Conference Center.
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