CRA Conferences on Grand Research Challenges
The CRA Grand Research Challenges conferences are a series of highly non-traditional meetings where the goal is to define important questions rather than expose current research. Grand Challenges meetings seek "out-of-the-box" thinking to expose some of the exciting, deep challenges yet to be met in computing research.
Attendance at these meetings is limited to 50 people and is by invitation only. We seek scientists, educators, business people, futurists, and others who have some vision and understanding of the big challenges (and accompanying advances) that should shape the research agenda in this field over the next few decades. These meetings are not structured as traditional conferences with scheduled presentations, but rather as highly participatory meetings exposing important themes and ideas. As such, these are not conferences for security specialists alone: We seek to convene a diverse group from a variety of fields and at all career stages.
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