Posted on 28 Jun 2023 9:05 AM

Call for Applications to participate in the CAE-R Special Topic Workshop on Generative AI Tools and Cybersecurity to be held on September 21, 2023 in conjunction with the National Cybersecurity Education Colloquium.  The workshop is organized and led by three researchers from three different government agencies and laboratories.  Further details are available here.*


How To Participate in the Workshop

We are seeking a group of approximately 8 academic participants from the NSA CAE-R institutions, representing multiple disciplines, institution types, and geographic regions. Applicants for these slots need not be experts in Generative AI in particular, but should have a cybersecurity research focus that stands to be positively or negatively impacted by new AI paradigms and be well-informed on what those impacts might be. The focus of the workshop is on technical research areas, versus policy or regulatory issues. Results of the Workshop will be briefed to the whole community immediately after the Workshop at the CAE-R PoC meeting.

The Workshop will be led by three researchers from different government agencies, Dr. Benjamin Blakely of Argonne National Laboratory, Dr. Neil Fendley of Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory and Dr. Bradford Kline of National Security Agency.

Submission of Application

All interested CAE-R faculty members are invited to submit an application. Applicants are limited to one per CAE-R institution. For details on the application process, please contact your institution’s CAE-R Point of Contact. All applications will be reviewed and decided by the three Workshop Leads. The submission deadline is July 30, 2023, at 11.59pm PT.



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