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Schedule Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, Day 4
All times in the schedule are given in CEST (UTC+2) - see conversion table below.

The aim of the OAuth Security Workshop (OSW) is to improve the security of OAuth and related Internet protocols by a direct exchange of views between academic researchers, IETF OAuth Working Group members and industry.

While the standardization process of OAuth ensures extensive reviews (both security and non-security related), further analysis by security experts from academia and industry is essential to ensure high quality specifications. Contributions to this workshop can help to improve the security of the Web and the Internet.
The OAuth Security Workshop runs over four days - enough time for in-depth discussions and break-away sessions. Although the main focus is security there is room for other related topics.
The OAuth Security Workshop 2020 will be held as a virtual event. As Zoom Fatigue is a real thing, the workshop will be spread over four days (compared to the originally planned three days).

As in 2019, the OSW will be a mix of pre-scheduled tutorials and talks, and an unconference part where every participant can propose and conduct a session. Sessions in the unconference are often driven by recent discussions in the community, but can also be used to deep-dive into topics from the talks and tutorials, or to discuss or work on any OAuth-related topic.

The event will be free of charge. A prior registration on this site is required.
Schedule outline:
July 21 (Tutorials/Workshops day): On the first day, we will have two tutorial slots with up to 3 hours each. If needed, multiple tutorials can run in parallel.
July 22 (Talks day): The second day starts with the official opening of the workshop, followed by two parallel tracks of talks with eight talk slots each. Each talk is 25 minutes.
July 23 and July 24 (Unconference days): At the beginning of each of the two days, sessions are proposed and scheduled in the plenum. Sessions can be anything from talks to open discussions or tutorials. We will have up to three parallel session tracks with five slots each (four plus closing on the last day), 45 minutes each.

You can submit session proposals for the unconference part ahead of time here.


Please find the schedule in various time zones below. The full schedule for talks and workshops will be published in June.
In the schedule, all times are given in UTC+2 (CEST). For other time zones, use this conversion table: