WiCyS 2021 Conference — Call for Participation
UPDATED CONFERENCE DATES: September 8-10, 2021
CFP Application Deadline: March 1st, 5 PM CT
Student Research Poster Deadline: March 1st, 5 PM CT
Acceptance notifications: April 5th
WiCyS 2021 Conference Tracks
Today’s Technology and Challenges: Current issues and challenges, Advances in research and development (R&D), experimental findings
Looking Ahead: Important technology/R&D trends, challenges on the horizon, upcoming solutions, tomorrow’s vision
Best Practices: Institutional/Operational/Academic best practices, tools, techniques, approaches
Career Development: Leadership, advancement
Student Research Posters: Posters provide opportunities for students to present their work for the audience at WiCyS in poster format. Winners in both Undergrad and grad category receive travel support for future security conference of choice. Runner Ups receive Tech prizes. Only the first listed student will receive automatic scholarship. Send any questions to email@example.com
Technical Presentations: Technical presentations highlight innovations, research & development projects, internships/co-ops experiences, service-learning and outreach projects, or other interesting experience related to cybersecurity. This is an opportunity to share that experience with others and perhaps inspire them to pursue similar opportunities. Technical Presentations are 45 minutes long, including time for Q&A. A maximum of two listed presenters.
Workshops: Workshops are free hands-on sessions (technical/professional development) on any topic related to cybersecurity. Hands-on workshops in any cybersecurity area are welcome. The audience is can be students, educators, professionals and researchers (in any combination or by category). Workshops are 2 hours long. A maximum of four listed presenters.
Birds-of-a-feather (BOAF) Sessions: Birds of a Feather are informal discussion sessions on just about any topic related to cybersecurity, that elicit participant discussions. Presenters lead the discussion from audience. These sessions can be a great way to share ideas and be introduced to current issues or trends in this area. BoaF sessions are 45 minutes long. A maximum of two listed presenters.
Lightning Talks: Lightning talks highlight fresh ideas, unique perspectives, valuable experiences, and emerging trends in cybersecurity. Lightning Talks are five-minute presentations (with or without formal presentations) that seek to jump-start discussions and collaborations while soliciting feedback from the community.
Panels: Panels provide opportunities to discuss a current relevant topic in cybersecurity. Panel organizers are responsible for selecting appropriate panelists to participate. In addition to the moderator, there can be up to 4 panelists and each panel is 45 minutes long. Submit all names and their affiliation info along with the abstract.
Submit your proposals HERE!!! Send any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org