NDSS Symposium 2024 Student Support
The Symposium, which takes place from 26 February – 1 March 2024, is an in-person event. Funds will cover registration fees for the event and may also cover some travel expenses. Travel support will be approved on a case-by-case basis.
The deadline to apply for student support is Friday, 29 December 2023.
You will need to submit all the following documents:
- A completed online student support application, using the link below.
- Proof of student status: a letter from your department stating that you are a student OR a copy of your current transcript (see the FAQ below for more information).
- A letter from your advisor or mentor supporting your request for funds.
- A brief CV or resume.
- A personal statement including why you believe you would benefit from attending the NDSS Symposium, a brief statement of research interests, areas reflected in the NDSS Symposium program that would impact your research, and any other information that you feel might be relevant (refer to the FAQ for details). Please limit this document to 1-2 paragraphs.
We cannot process any application that is lacking one or more of these documents: if you do not provide the requested information, your application will be rejected.
IMPORTANT: Prepare all your supporting documentation before you start your application via the link. All documents must be uploaded in a SINGLE PDF or Zip File. If, by mistake, you do not upload a SINGLE file, please email [email protected], as you will not be able to re-upload via the link.
Frequently Asked Questions about NDSS Student Support
As part of the NDSS Symposium’s efforts to increase representation, accessibility, and diversity, particular consideration will be given to students who identify as female or members of underrepresented communities in tech, students who did not receive previous support, and first-time attendees, including students with disabilities and students from areas of the world with ongoing crises.