Call for student participation



Call for Student Posters

Students are invited to present posters on their ongoing research and enter the poster competition at:


New York Institute of Technology
NYIT 9th ANNUAL CYBERSECURITY CONFERENCE

September 27, 2018 (8:30 am to 6:00 pm)

Poster competition (4:30pm to 6:00pm)

1871 Broadway (btwn. 61st & 62nd streets), New York City, NY, 10023
 

NYIT’s Annual Cybersecurity Conference is a forum for discussing security and privacy aspects, focusing on research advances as well as applications. Student’s Research-in-Progress Posters (SRIPP) may draw upon a broad array of disciplines that span security for IT and networking, wireless communications, cloud computing, andcyber-physical systems. The conference focuses on both theoretical and systems contributions in the security and privacy arena, mobile software platforms, usable security and privacy, the increasingly diverse range of mobile or wireless applications, including embedded devices, the Internet of Things (IoT) and Cyber-Physical systems.

 

Submission Instructions for Posters Session

 

IMPORTANT DATES:

1.Student poster proposal submission only by September 7, 2018, at: https://www.nyit.edu/event/cybersecurity_conference/student_posters

2.Notification to poster presenters: September 10, 2018

3.Camera-ready version: September 21, 2018*

4. Poster Competition / Judges Review: September 27, 2018 at 4:30pm

 

*Poster files must be uploaded by Sept. 21 to the conference platform: https://www.nyit.edu/event/cybersecurity_conference/student_posters

Posters may be no larger than 4 ft. tall x 3.75 ft. wide.

 

Undergraduate, M.S., and Ph.D. students are eligible for this session. Eligible posters include: 1) research in progress; 2) a proposed research project and/or study design; 3) results from under-graduate research projects; or 4) student research team projects (these may include a class or group research project).

 

Poster’s authors should submit a 1-page proposal by September 7, 2018 that provides sufficient technical detail so that the evaluation committee can assess the research and/or technical merit of the work. The poster proposals do not have to present completed work, but at the same time should provide enough concrete evidence to support the potential and validity of the proposed ideas. All those who register will receive the evaluation criteria so they can prepare accordingly.

 

The Student Research-in-Progress Poster (SRIP) session will be held during the afternoon of Thursday, September 27th, 2018. While the audience will be able to review the posters throughout the day, posters will be evaluated in the afternoon, starting at 4:30p, and recognized during the Student / Professional Mixer from 5:30 – 6:00 pm. Best Posters will receive an award. This is an excellent opportunity to receive feedback and suggestions on your research from both professionals and peers.

 

Please submit your poster 1-page proposal by 9/5/18 here or via email to: MPanero@nyit.edu  with copies to Ziqian.Dong@nyit.edu  

 

 




Krishnan Pillaipakkamnatt

Professor, Chair

Computer Science

Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY 11549

516-463-5560