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Date: Thu, 5 May 2016 23:36:03 +0100
From: Shujun Li <>
Subject: Re: CFP: Passwords 2016, Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany,
 December 5-7

I know what you mean. For me a workshop is always a one-day thing.

But be relaxed.
In crypto and security domains there are conferences which are still
called workshops (most famous ones: FSE, CHES, PKC) and workshops which
are called conferences/symposia.


On 05/05/2016 23:10, Per Thorsheim wrote:
> I don't know. To me, from a non-academic point of view, there is a
> distinct difference between a workshop and a conference. I understand
> that in the academic world there is also a difference between the two,
> but not necessarily equal to that in my world.
> Hopefully I think everyone will understand the CFP.
> .per
> Den 05.05.2016 23.30, skrev Shujun Li:
>> So it may have been based on a workshop c4p template :-)
>> Shujun
>> On 05/05/2016 22:13, Per Thorsheim wrote:
>>> CFP author (Markus) and 2-3 others have read it, but didn't notice. Yes.
>>> *CONFERENCE*, not workshop.
>>> hihihi.
>>> .per

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