Symposium On Usable Privacy and Security
In-cooperation with USENIX
INFORMATION FOR AUTHORS
FORMATTING YOUR PAPER OR POSTER ABSTRACT
Papers may be up to 12 pages in length, excluding the bibliography
and any supplemental appendices. Authors must make sure to properly anonymize
their submissions (new this year). Authors are also encouraged to attach to
their paper supplemental appendices containing study materials
(e.g. surveys) that would not otherwise fit within the body of the
paper. Papers must be no more than 20 pages including bibliography
and appendices. Papers must use the SOUPS proceedings template [MS Word] [LaTeX]. (Appendixes need not be
formatted with this template.)
Poster abstracts should be at most 2 8.5x11 pages, using the SOUPS
poster template. Please prepend the word "Poster:" to your
poster title (for example, "Poster: On the Usability of Secret
Decoder Rings"). All final submissions must be in PDF format.
You are welcome to add additional permission statements or a Creative Commons license.
SUBMITTING YOUR PAPER
The final camera ready version of your paper is due May 30,
2014. To upload your final manuscript, please visit the SOUPS submission website.
Upload poster abstracts on the poster
USENIX CONSENT FORM
All authors must sign the USENIX consent form. If you have multiple
co-authors you may all sign the same form or sign separate forms. Please send
your completed consent form(s) by email, fax, or postal mail to USENIX at the
address listed on the form.
We will include poster abstracts on the web site. However, poster authors also
need to prepare an actual poster for the SOUPS poster session. We will provide
easels that can accommodate a poster up to A0 size -- 36in (91.4cm) wide and
48in (121.9cm) tall (these dimensions cannot be rotated). You are welcome to
bring a poster of whatever size you want up to this size. We have rigid boards
for attaching your poster, so just bring your poster rolled up. Your poster
should NOT be a print-out of your poster abstract or paper. Please use large
fonts, brief text, graphs, and figures to provide an overview of your work.