New deadline to register for the “2021 Summer School in Cybersecurity”

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12/Aug/2021

The application deadline for the “2021 Summer School in Cybersecurity” has been extended until 24th August.

The “2021 Summer School in Cybersecurity” aims at bringing together members of the Arqus European University Alliance to debate contemporary issues in the area of security and privacy. The school consists of lectures and hands-on sessions, given by world-leading researchers in this area, and of a students’ forum.

Focus

The school is open to any student, researcher, and practitioner from academia and industry. The school aims at bringing together members from the international security research community to debate contemporary issues about cyber security topics.

Application

To apply for the school, please, fill in this form.

More information here.

Information updated on 12th August 2021.

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