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CCI Symposium 2023 Paper Presentation

Researchers and students from Virginia institutions of higher education will discuss their research at the 2023 CCI Symposium April 17 to 18, 2023, in Richmond, Va.

They'll present their papers at the Symposium at the Omni Richmond Hotel

Presentation Guidelines

If you've been selected to present, you'll be assigned to one of three categories:

  • Social Cybersecurity
  • NextG Security
  • Secure Systems

Each presenter will get 7 minutes to present their work. 

If your paper has been accepted and you would like to show slides at your presentation, we have a PowerPoint template for you to use. Presentations are limited to two slides, slide one for your name and title, and slide two for your content. Please only use one slide for your content.

Download the paper presentation slide deck template here. 

To use slides in your presentation, you must submit your PowerPoint presentations by February 28, 2023, to Kendall Beebe at

For more information or if you have questions about paper submissions or the Symposium, contact CCI’s Kendall Beebe at or Austin Shock at


Submissions open November 1, 2022
Submission deadline January 20, 2023, by 5 p.m. ET
Acceptance letters sent  January 27, 2023
Paper presentation April 18, 2023

Researchers and students attending the CCI Symposium will hear about your research at paper presentations at the event in Richmond.

Audience at CCI Symposium 2022 attend a paper presentation
Researchers and students attending the 2022 CCI Symposium listen to a presentation. Students and researchers are encouraged to submit proposals to present at the 2023 event. Photo by Joe Mahoney

The sessions’ purpose is to give researchers the opportunity to share their work, receive feedback from peers, and improve their papers. Research could be current or ongoing. The presentation won’t count as being the paper’s publication, and CCI won’t hold a copyright. 

Researchers and faculty at public institutions in CCI deemed eligible by their home institutions to serve as a Principal Investigator (PI) on an external grant could apply. 

Students must have been enrolled at a Virginia institution of higher education at the time of the Symposium (April 17-18, 2023).