The 9th International Conference on Cyber Conflict, focusing on the theme Defending the Core, invites junior scholars to submit Master’s theses for the Junior Scholar Award. The purpose of this CyCon 2017 award is to encourage and reward research on a wide range of topics related to cyber defence.
Candidates who have graduated with a Master degree or equivalent after 01 January 2015, in studies such as law, computer or political science or other relevant academic fields are eligible. The finalists of the CyCon 2017 Junior Scholar Award will be notified no later than 28 April 2017 and granted full free entry to the conference. Accommodation and travel expenses will not be covered.
All finalists will present their Master’s thesis results in a 15-minute presentation in the Junior Scholar conference session. An Award Committee will evaluate the presentations and can grant the following awards:
1st place: 1000 Euro
2nd place: 600 Euro
3rd place: 400 Euro
There are quite a lot MSc thesis tracked by this resource that would definitely qualify for the award. Application deadline 20 March 2017.