MAY 22-25, 2023 AT THE HYATT REGENCY, SAN FRANCISCO, CA & ONLINE
44th IEEE Symposium on
Security and Privacy
The following guidance is for Symposium presenters. Note, it is expected that presentations will be given in person at IEEE S&P. If no authors will be able to attend the conference, please contact the Local Site chairs to arrange for a remote presentation. For all Symposium presenters, these are the mandatory steps requiring your action:
When you arrive at the conference, we require all presenters to go to the Speaker Ready Room to check in the day before their presentation. The Speaker Ready Room is in Regency A (on the same floor as the Ballroom). Its hours are below:
|Sunday||3:00–6:00 PM||(Mon presenter check-in)|
|Monday||10:00 AM–2:00 PM||(Tue presenter check-in)|
|Tuesday||10:00 AM–2:00 PM||(Wed presenter check-in)|
On the day of your talk, arrive 15 minutes before the session start time and check in at the AV booth in the back of the session room.
Teaser videos are 60-second summaries of your publication, acting as an “elevator pitch” for your presentation. Only authors of accepted papers are invited to submit a teaser video. These videos are available for Symposium attendees to help them plan their agenda. With your consent, we will also post these videos to the ieee-security.org website,YouTube, and the Whova conference platform
Use the following link to submit your teaser video: Submit your teaser video
Use the special link that will be emailed to you to upload your teaser video on the Whova Conference Platform.
Each presentation has a 15-minute slot. Your talk is expected to take 10-12 minutes, with the 3-5 remaining minutes for questions. Because the schedule is so dense, session chairs will be relatively strict at enforcing these constraints.
You will present your presentation using a computer operated by the Symposium’s A/V staff. Your slides will be queued up and ready to go when you walk on the stage, and you control the presentation using an on-stage remote. Details for preparing and submitting your slides for your presentation on the Symposium’s computer are found below.
Below are the technical requirements for slides and instructions for submitting your slides to the symposium. You will need to complete these steps by May 15th.
3rd party material: Permission must be obtained for all copyrighted and 3rd party material. It is very important that you have the rights to use all the material that is contained in your submission, including music, video, images, etc. Attaining permission to use video, audio, or pictures of identifiable people or proprietary content rests with the author, not with the S&P conference. You are encouraged to use Creative Commons content.
Material requiring an Internet connection: We strongly advise against content that requires an active Internet connection. Please pre-record any such demonstrations and include them as a video in your presentation.
Non-slideshow material: If your presentation contains anything other than standard slideshow materials, particularly something that requires audio, please tell us in advance so that we can make sure it will work as intended. For demos, please pre-record any such demonstrations and include them as a video in your presentation.
File Formats: We can accommodate the following presentation formats: PowerPoint (for Windows and macOS), Keynote (for macOS), and Adobe PDF. Google Slides are not allowed (though you can convert a Google Slidedeck to one of the supported formats). If your presentation uses non-standard fonts, please include those in a separate folder, with your presentation.
File size: Slide file size must be no more than 1GB.
Aspect Ratio: Slides must be in a 16:9 aspect ratio.
Required Slide: An introduction slide at the beginning of your presentation that lists: the title of your paper, author list, affiliations, and contact information.
Filename: Videos must be labeled as [Session #]-[Full Name]-[Presentation Title] Example: 01-John Doe-How to Solve the World’s Problems
Use the following link to submit your slides and provide consent to upload video of your presentation online:
Use the following link to provide your permissions to share your presentation video on ieee-security.org and YouTube.
It is expected that presentations will be given in person at IEEE S&P. If no authors will be able to attend the conference, please contact the Local Site chairs to arrange for a remote presentation. For those remotely presenting, we are also requiring that you upload a pre-recorded version of your talk. This will be used as a backup in case we encounter technical difficulties on the day of the presentation. This presentation video must be uploaded by May 15th.
Use the following link to submit your presentation video: