The HAISA Conference

July 12, 2007 at 13:45 2 comments

I just returned from the HAISA conference. In general the conference were really interesting. A bunch of smart people where there and good papers were presented. The focus were on human issues (although in a wide context).
About half of the papers submitted were accepted, which is a decent rate, and they were blind reviewed by three reviewers. A selection of papers (including mine!) was accepted to be published in a special issue of the Information Management & Computer Security journal.
The presentation went fine, and the use of mind-map software to present seemed to be appreciated.

As there were a couple of questions on what software I used, here is a link:
Mindjet MindManager Pro 6

(They seem to have released an update, version 7. I will take a look at that.)

For anyone who is interrested, the .pdf from my presentation can be downloaded here:

HAISA presentation by Marcus Nohlberg

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Entry filed under: Personal, Science, Security.

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