Call for participation in the doctoral consortium
The Doctoral Consortium (DC) is an opportunity for PhD students to present their research in areas related to topics of the ICIDS conference. The Consortium will provide expert feedback on students’ current research and guidance on future research directions. We will also discuss career development.
The event is intended for students who have articulated a research proposal and can point to some initial results. The work should still be in progress and malleable enough to take advantage of the feedback.
Submit before midnight (AoE) on October 14, 2022, in one combined PDF to email@example.com
- Short paper (max 4 pages in LNCS Format, plus references) describing the research work, initial results, status, and next steps.
- CV of the Ph.D. candidate (1-2 pages) including a list of own previous publications (if available)
- Additional materials (videos etc.) can also be submitted by adding links to the submission PDF
- Submissions should be authored by the student only, and they do not need to be anonymized for review.
Contributions will be reviewed by a panel of experts, selected to match the topics of the contributions. In addition to quality of submission, additional factors such as expected thesis submission date (priority will be given to students with less time to completion), as well as diversity of students across research areas and institutions will also be considered.
Accepted contributions will be presented at the ICIDS 2022 DC and receive feedback from a panel of experts. In order to participate, applicants must register for the conference for physical or hybrid attendance.
ARDIN is happy to announce the availability of travel scholarships for accepted contributors to the DC, who can apply after acceptance by stating their need (e.g. flight ticket, accommodation) in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Funds are limited and the scholarships will be awarded strictly on a need basis. Further details will be shared at a later date.
ICIDS 2022 DC Chairs
Sherol Chen & Hartmut Koenitz