Call for Papers

The New York State Cyber Security and Engineering Technology Association would like to invite you to share your professional expertise in your content area. Whether you are an exhibitor, a faculty or a graduate student you are welcome to submit your work as a paper, a poster or a presentation.

Topics can be in the technology areas of electrical, electronic, mechanical, manufacturing, civil, architecture, computer networking, computer systems design and operation, computer and network security, teaching and learning of technology and related areas. Material must be original, scientifically accurate, and in good form editorially.

How To Submit

Abstracts should be submitted in electronic format, as a single PDF, doc, or docx file.

After notification of acceptance, the invited papers should be submitted in electronic format, as a single PDF, doc, or docx file.

The requested format for the electronic submission of the invited presentations is ppt or pptx file.

Abstracts, papers and presentations should be submitted online by emailing to nyseta@listserv.sunypoly.edu

With the exception of the plenary session, all presentations will be, at the most, 50 minutes, including Q & A at the end of the presentation.

On your title page please indicate which conference track(s) you would like your contribution to be considered for. Also please indicate the type of your contribution:

  • Presentation and Published Full Paper (submit abstract, paper, and Powerpoint)
  • Invited Presentation or Presentation only (submit abstract and Powerpoint)
  • Poster Session (submit abstract)

A. Abstracts

Abstracts of 150 to 250 words should be submitted to nyseta@listserv.sunypoly.edu by the date indicated in the Schedule of Events.

For any poster, paper, or presentation, please include a 50-word biography for each author. This should be submitted in .doc, .docx, or .PDF format with your abstract. This will be posted on the website and used for introduction purposes by the moderator for each session.

B. Formal Papers

Formal papers in the applied technical area should be informative, summarizing the basic facts and conclusions, and maintaining a coherence and unity of thought. The papers may include, scientific and applied research, case studies, tutorials, course or courseware experiences, evaluations, review papers and viewpoints. The papers will be peer-reviewed and published on the NYSETA website, in addition to the presentation at the conference.

Formal Papers should be submitted in Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) format. Papers should be no longer than eight (8) pages in length, not including a title page. Formal papers should be submitted to nyseta@listserv.sunypoly.edu by the date indicated in the Schedule of Events.

ACM format - http://www.acm.org/sigs/publications/proceedings-templates?searchterm=paper+format

C. Presentations

Presentations of reviewed papers will be assigned to an appropriate conference track. Presentations in an invited session should present a cohesive and comprehensive focus on a topic relevant to the interest groups, categories, or products described within this conference. Contributions in invited presentations should include a 300-word abstract which will be used as a description in the conference program and a Powerpoint presentation showing the principal contribution of the presentation to allow for an informed peer review. Abstracts and presentations must be submitted via email to nyseta@listserv.sunypoly.edu no later than the date indicated in the Schedule of Events.

With the exception of the plenary session, all presentations will be, at the most, 50 minutes, including Q & A at the end of the presentation.

D. Exhibitor Presentations

Exhibitors will be encouraged to submit an abstract for a formal presentation during a special exhibitor session that is being planned, in addition to the live discussions throughout the day.

E. Poster Presentations

Design a poster to share the main points of your teaching, research, results, or product or service related to your interest group. Poster presentations provide the opportunity for you to both expand your audience and interact directly with interested viewers. You must bring your own display boards and mounting structures, laptop, and extension cords as needed. We will provide tripods. Posters will be presented simultaneously during the Poster Session as indicated in the Schedule of Events. During the poster presentation session, attendees will move freely between poster displays to view your work and talk with you directly about your findings.

Poster summary or abstracts must be submitted via email to nyseta@listserv.sunypoly.edu no later than the date indicated in the Schedule of Events. Both students and faculty may be co-authors when presenting a poster.

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