NDSS 2022 Student Grant
Student grants are available to support full-time students participating in the 29th annual Network and Distributed System Security (NDSS) Symposium, which takes place from 24 – 28 April, 2022.
The Symposium is a hybrid event and includes in-person and virtual participation options for the symposium and co-located workshops. Support for students is available for both those attending in-person in San Diego, California, and virtually. The grant will cover registration fees for the event and may also cover some travel expenses to the in-person event, which will be approved on a case-by-case basis.
The deadline to apply for a student grant is 5:00 pm PST (UTC -8) on Tuesday 22 February.
Please submit the following documents.
- A completed online student grant application.
- Proof of student status: a letter from your department stating that you are a student, OR a copy of your current transcript.
- A brief CV or resume
- A personal statement including why you believe you would benefit from attending NDSS either in-peron or virtually, a brief statement of research interests, and areas reflected in the NDSS program that would impact your research. Please limit this to 1-2 paragraphs.
NOTE: All documents must be uploaded in a SINGLE PDF or Zip File. If you do not upload a SINGLE file by mistake, please email [email protected], as you will not be able to re-upload.
Please see our FAQ for a list of frequently asked questions about the NDSS Symposium student grants.