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ECCE2006 - e-crime and computer evidence 2006


Call for papers
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Call for Papers

ECCE2005 set the tone for all future conferences by attracting papers from a diverse population of researchers and practitioners. It is our intention, therefore, to build on previous success by hosting sessions of technical and non-technical topics.


Key themes for ECCE2006 have not been finalised yet, but we would welcome papers (typically around 40 minutes per paper) in any of the following categories :

  • Technical aspects of data recovery and analysis
  • Technical aspects of network and/or internet investigation
  • Legal apsects of investigation, prosecution or defence
  • Criminological studies, theories and issues
  • Use of computers in court
  • Use of computers to support other investigations
  • Education and training related topics
  • Workshop/tutorial proposals (up to 2 hours)


We are keen to encourage new researchers and practitioners to share their work and experience. Poster presentations are particularly welcome for this conference. Posters should be A1 in size and describe work relevant to the themes of the conference (see above for example themes).

Acceptance Process

Authors should submit abstracts of up to 400 words online using the ABSTRACT SUBMISSION FORM.

Submission deadline extended to 22nd May 2006

All abstracts will the be subject to anonymous review by 2 or more reviewers. Authors will be notified by the end of May of the decision of the review panel.

Accepted authors will then be requested to supply camera-ready copy of inclusion in the conference proceedings, in advance of the conference date.

Online abstract submission is now available.