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Symposium 2024 Poster Submissions

CCI Symposium Poster winner Anna Schmedding of Willian & Mary
Anna Schmedding, a third-year Ph.D. candidate in William & Mary's Department of Computer Science, won the Poster Presentation Award at the Commonwealth Cyber Initiative's 2024 Symposium.

Students at Virginia institutions of higher education will present their work at the Symposium Student Poster Presentations at the 2024 CCI Symposium. 


Poster submissions are now closed.

Those selected will share their research at the event, which will be held April 15 to 16, 2024, in Richmond at the Omni Richmond Hotel.  Undergraduate and graduate students are eligible.

Download the poster template.

Poster Format: 48 inches wide by 36 inches tall

The student who produces the winning poster will be recognized with an award at the dinner on April 15.

Scenes from 2023's Poster Event


Action Important Date
Submissions open Nov. 1, 2023
Submission deadline Submissions are now closed
Acceptance letters sent Feb. 1, 2024
Poster presentation April 15, 2024

Your selection is also an invitation to the Symposium.

You must still register to attend.

If selected, you’re responsible for printing your poster on the approved CCI poster template and bringing it to the Omni Richmond Hotel. CCI will provide an easel, poster board, and clips for you to attach your poster.

All posters will be considered for the “Best Poster” award. 

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

Student discusses his research at the 2023 CCI Symposium poster session.
Kaushal Kafle, center, a PhD student at the College of William & Mary's Computer Science Department, won the CCI Symposium Poster Award in 2023. Photo by Joe Mahoney