Call for Presentations and Papers
Southeast Region Security & Intelligence Conference
Theme: Securing Our Intelligence & Protecting Our Ports
October 10th and 11th, 2013
Charleston, SC ~ The Francis Marion Hotel
Individual Paper Presentations: Submissions for a regular session presentation must include a title and abstract of no more than 200 words, along with author information.
Complete Thematic (Academic or Government) Panel: Roundtable and panel proposal are welcome. For a thematic panel, you must submit titles, abstracts (no more than 200 words) and author information for all papers together. The panel must deal directly with the topics and issues related to the conference.
Roundtable Sessions (Academic or Government): These sessions consist of three to four presenters discussing related topics. Submissions for a roundtable must include a title and abstract of no more than 200 words, along with participant information. Roundtable sessions are generally less formal than panels.
Student Poster Session: Poster Presentations: Submissions for poster presentations require only a title and abstract of no more than 200 words, along with author information. Posters should display theoretical work or methods, data, policy analyses, or findings in a visually appealing poster format that will encourage questions and discussion about the material.
Publication Option: Complete papers will be considered for publication as part of conference proceedings if submitted on or before September 15, 2013.
GUIDELINES FOR ONLINE SUBMISSIONS
When submitting an abstract, you should select a single area in one of the broad categories below. The area you choose should be based on the aspect of your paper that you would describe as the primary focus of the paper.
- Cyber Security Challenges
- Terrorist Challenges- People and Places to Watch
- US Intelligence Challenges
- Emergency Preparedness and Response Disasters
- Port/Maritime Security
Law Enforcement and Intelligence Challenges
- Challenges Confronting the Southeast US: Drug Smuggling and Human Trafficking
- Education/Training Challenges Homeland Security and Intelligence
Questions about the submission process should be directed to: