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CHASE Conference on Secure/Trustworthy Systems
and Supply Chain Assurance

June 1-2, 2016
Rome Ballroom, University of Connecticut

CHASE Conference on Secure/Trustworthy Systems

The 2016 CHASE Conference on Secure/Trustworthy Systems will be held at the University of Connecticut on June 1-2, 2016. This two-day event will include speakers from industry, government, and academia to share their ideas, and discuss issues and innovative solutions related to hardware security and trust, embedded systems security, counterfeit detection and prevention, security assessment, trusted system design, and electronic component supply chain security and management through talks, panels, posters, and open forum. The conference examines the current state-of-the-art in the domain of systems and haardware assurance but also put emphasis on the challenges ahead, potential solutions, standards, and potential industry, government, and academia collaboration. In addition, CHASE students will be presenting posters and demonstrate their projects.


University of Connecticut: 115 North Eagleville Road, Storrs, CT 06269 (www.uconn.edu)

Conference Meeting Room: Rome Ballroom, UConn Storrs Campus

Direction: Click here to see the map.

Rome Ballroom is located right across Nathan Hale Inn.

Parking: If you are staying at the Nathan Hale Inn, there is parking right next to the hotel. Otherwise, South Garage (paid parking) is the next closest option (within 5 minutes walking distance from Rome Ballroom).

On Campus Hotel: Nathan Hale Inn & Conference Center, 855 Bolton Road, Storrs, CT 06268 (nathanhaleinn.com‎), Phone: 860-427-788

Click here to see the map.

Airport: Bradley Aiport (BDL)


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