Call for participation
- Registration re-opens on: February 3, 2021
- Submissions due:
March 15, 2021Extended to March 31, 2021 (AoE)
April 1, 2021Postponed to April 15, 2021
- Workshop: May 7, 2021
A vernissage will take place on May 4, 2021
- Study group meets on: April 30, May 6 and May 19, 2021
Overview and topics:
- A (short) position paper or extended abstract of your work (this can be work in progress).
- A description of an interesting use case to be discussed (this may be an academic or policy/practice-based case).
- A description of a demo , , art (in any media) or journalistic piece relevant to the topic of obfuscatio
- A description of a hands-on workshop or other interactive format that engages with obfuscation. Please provide details on method and logistic needs. Note that we have allocated 1-hour slots for invited sessions; let us know if you need additional time so we can best accommodate your proposal.
Submission and review: Submissions will be peer-reviewed by the Obfuscation Workshop's Organizing Committee and accepted based on relevance and potential to contribute to workshop discussions and goals. Please submit your proposals here.
Publication and registration: The workshop will not publish formal (i.e. archival) proceedings. Instead, the workshop aims to foster discussion and feedback to improve work-in-progress for subsequent publication elsewhere. With authors' permission, accepted submissions will be included in the postscript we plan to release after the workshop. This document will be publicly available on our website but will not be considered an archival publication. Please note that those with accepted proposals will be invited to present their work at the workshop and are required to register.
We invite junior researchers, artists, activists and other interested parties to join us in a study groupur goal is to provide an arena for deeper reflection and engagement, a more tight-knit and long space for collaboration interested in obfuscation.
In keeping with the Workshop on Obfuscation tradition of supporting artists and independent researchers, we have a limited number of stipends available. If you are an artist or independent researcher, please make sure you submission includes a funds request (including project description and production budget). We hope to provide stipends for 4-6 projects, with new works receiving €800 max and previosuly-produced works receiving a fixed amount of €400.
WO 2017 Report
Ero Balsa (Cornell Tech)
Seda Gürses (TU Delft)
Helen Nissenbaum (Cornell Tech)
Jara Rocha (Independent Researcher)