The Inria PIRAT project team is planning a workshop ‘IA&Malware’ hosted by CentraleSupelec Rennes Campus on Tuesday, March 19, 2024.
This venue, funded by the targeted PEPR Cybersecurity project – DefMal , spans one day and is specifically dedicated to PhD students and post-doctoral researchers with a focus on AI applications in malware analysis. We extend a warm invitation to senior researchers in this domain to participate and contribute their advancements. The workshop encompasses a wide range of research topics, including but not limited to:
- AI-based malware detection.
- Malware family attribution / authorship identification using AI technologies
- AI-aided code analysis and software test
- Malware knowledge graph construction
- Adversarial attacks against AI-based malware classification systems
- Use of LLMs for malware classification and attribution and threat report generation
- Ethnic issues in LLM-based code generation
We are inviting attendees to prepare a 20-minute presentation of their research works under the theme ‘IA&Malware’,
followed by a 10-minute Question & Answer session to engage with
the audience. Additionally, we intend to invite senior researchers to
deliver 1-hour technical or tutorial talks.
Please contact Dr.Yufei Han yufei.han@inria for more information / registration to the workshop.