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GameSec 2020
11th Conference on Decision and Game Theory for Security
Event in series GameSec
Dates 2020/10/28 (iCal) - 2020/10/30
Submitting link:
Location: College Park, Maryland, USA
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Important dates
Abstracts: 2020/06/22
Submissions: 2020/06/29
Notification: 2020/08/10
Camera ready due: 2020/09/07
General chairs: John S. Baras, Radha Poovendran
PC chairs: Quanyan Zhu
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2020 Conference on Decision and Game Theory for Security

GameSec 2020, the 11th Conference on Decision and Game Theory for Security, will take place at the University of Maryland - College Park, from October 28-30, 2020.

Important Dates

  • Abstract (optional): June 22nd, 2020
  • Submission: June 29th, 2020
  • Decision notification: August 10th, 2020
  • Camera-ready: September 7th, 2020

GameSec 2020 and Covid-19 (important): The GameSec 2020 leadership team is actively monitoring the COVID-19 situation to ensure the safety, comfort and quality of experience for attendees and a successful course of the event. The GameSec 2020 leadership team is committed to holding the conference in 2020 as planned. In order to accommodate a large number of situations, we are offering the option for either physical presence or virtual participation.


Conference Topics include (but are not restricted to): GameSec solicits research papers, which report original results and have neither been published nor submitted for publication elsewhere, on the following and other closely related topics:'Kursiver Text'

  • Game theory, control, and mechanism design for security and privacy
  • Decision making for cybersecurity and security requirements engineering
  • Security and privacy for the Internet-of-Things, cyber-physical systems, cloud computing, resilient control systems, and critical infrastructure
  • Pricing, economic incentives, security investments, and cyber insurance for dependable and secure systems
  • Risk assessment and security risk management
  • Security and privacy of wireless and mobile communications, including user location privacy
  • Socio-technological and behavioral approaches to security
  • Empirical and experimental studies with game, control, or optimization theory-based analysis for security and privacy
  • Adversarial Machine Learning and the role of AI in system security
  • Modeling and analysis of deception and antagonistic intrusion of information flow within a game-theoretic framework


General Chairs

  • John S. Baras (University of Maryland)
  • Radha Poovendran (University of Washington)

TPC Chair

  • Quanyan Zhu (New York University)