The Cybersecurity Fellowship Program supports unfunded and under-funded, emerging research so that Georgia Tech Ph.D. students may do what they do best – take exceptional ideas from concept to proof. The Fellowship serves to motivate students with an advanced understanding of information assurance and cyberthreats to pursue innovative research without undue concern for lack of funds.
Submit your idea to become an IISP Cybersecurity Fellow
All Ph.D. students enrolled at any unit of Georgia Tech are encouraged to apply if they demonstrate a significant focus in cybersecurity, data protection or privacy research areas, Past applicants are encouraged to re-apply and current Fellows also must re-apply each semester. Applicants should complete and submit the following:
- Application Form
- 2-page focused Project Description of a cybersecurity research problem
- 1-2 paragraph Endorsement from your Ph.D. advisor
- For Fall Semester – Application is due on Monday, August 10, 2020@ Midnight
- For Spring Semester– Application is due on Thursday, December 10, 2020@ Midnight
- 50% financial support as a Graduate Research Assistant on a per-semester basis (the remainder will be provided by your academic advisor)
- Title of “Institute for Information Security & Privacy Cybersecurity Fellow”
- Remain in good academic standing
- Attend Georgia Tech on a full-time basis
- Submit research results to a premier academic conference, such as ACM CCS, NDSS, USENIX Security, IEEE S&P, Crypto, Eurocrypt, or CHI.
- Submit a semester progress report, endorsed by your academic advisor and delivered to firstname.lastname@example.org (reports should be received no later than Midnight on the final day of the semester, as determined by the Georgia Tech Registrar’s Office)
- Existing IISP – CSF must re-apply each academic year in order to continue to receive funding.
The following is additional information about the requirements when submitting the proposal.
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- Should be no smaller than 10 points and no larger than 12 points
- Preferred fonts:
- Arial7 (not Arial Narrow), Courier New, or Palatino Linotype at a font size of 10 points or larger;
- Times New Roman at a font size of 11 points or larger; or
- Computer Modern family of fonts at a font size of 11 points or larger.
- Margins, in all directions, must be at least an inch. No proposer-supplied information may appear in the margins.
- Paper size must be no larger than standard letter paper size (8 ½ by 11”).
- Single spacing is preferred
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