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Name: BSides Cymru/WalesCity: Cardiff 🇬🇧Start Date: Website: https://www.bsides.cymruDetails: We will be running multiple tracks and are looking for villages or hands on events to submit too. The formats will be a variety of: PechaKucha - 10 minutes and 10 slides (limited slots) 30 minute talks 45 minuter talks Workshops Villages
Name: BSides TokyoCity: Tokyo 🇯🇵Start Date: Website: https://bsides.tokyo/en/Details: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdqqjjLbsCAYYbGnqki9VmTrLwFg8BhPzP4PDS2MPwPdb9UkQ/viewform
Name: DeveloperWeek 2023City: Oakland 🇺🇸Start Date: Website: https://www.developerweek.com/Details: Thank you for your interest in speaking at DeveloperWeek 2023. All speakers will be presenting talks in person at the Oakland Convention Center (Feb 15-17) and virtually on Hopin (Feb 21-23).
Name: Magnet Virtual Summit 2023City: Virtual 🇺🇸Start Date: Website: https://www.magnetforensics.com/call-for-speakers-magnet-virtual-summit-2023/Details: The Magnet Virtual Summit 2023 ‘Call for Papers’ (CFP) is now open. The Magnet Virtual Summit will be taking place between February 21 – March 2, 2023 and will be a great opportunity to share your DFIR knowledge with people everywhere—and of all experience levels. Each year, we see a wide variety of topics presented, so submit anything you feel would be of value to the community. Interested in filling one of our 30-minute or 50-minute available slots? Any qualified industry professional is welcome to submit a proposal and all ideas are welcome – including DFIR talks that don’t include our products. Our goal is for this event to be relevant to the industry, with general interest talks that help investigators from all walks. We’ll also be in Nashville from April 17-19, 2023 for the annual Magnet User Summit. If you’re thinking of attending and want to present to Magnet users, feel free to select that option in your application at the bottom of the form. The deadline to submit your proposal is October 7, 2022. Submit your proposal here: https://magnetmarketing.wufoo.com/forms/magnet-virtual-summit-2023/ Reach out to magnetvirtualsummit@magnetforensics.com if you have any questions.
Name: Antisyphon Training SummitCity: Virtual Conference 🇺🇸Start Date: Website: https://forms.office.com/r/2JNnHrXJ5aDetails: Virtual Conference Website - https://www.antisyphontraining.com/2023-most-offensive-summit/ Thank you for your willingness to present on Red Teaming during our virtual Antisyphon Training Summit on Wednesday, March 1, 2023. "The Most Offensive Con that Ever Offensived" This is a free five to six hour virtual Summit (webcast) on the Red Teaming. This Summit will include a CTF, Escape Room and other fun activities. We will follow up with two days of Antisyphon training classes. We are looking for 30-minute talks on any Red Team related topic. If you are interested in submitting, please fill out the form below to give us an idea of what you will present. We ask that you please not make any commercial sales pitches while presenting on your topic. If the presentation will be given by more than one presenter, please be sure to provide two names, two Twitter handles (if applicable), two bios, two headshots, etc.
Name: Pass the SALTCity: Lille 🇫🇷Start Date: Website: https://2023.pass-the-salt.org/Details: We definitively want to have submissions from multiple security fields because we wish this conference to ease and improve interactions between various Security and Free Software communities. Requirements: * speak about (Free Software/Hardware OR Open Standard/Protocol) AND Security * accept video recording and publication of your slides+video recording under CC licence. All usual security topics are of course welcome with among others: * privacy software and issues, * offensive software and usages, * hacking tools/software, * defensive and threat intel tools and researchs.
Name: Nullcon BerlinCity: Berlin 🇩🇪Start Date: Website: https://nullcon.net/berlin-2023Details: A great conference requires insightful speakers! Welcome to the 2nd edition of Nullcon Berlin, the focus of the conference is to showcase the next generation of offensive and defensive security technology. If you are someone who loves security, hacking, or have cutting-edge research to share with the infosec community—This platform is for you! Submit CFP / Speaker Benefits: https://nullcon.net/berlin-2023/cfp/ Research Submission Categories: 1. New Research: A research topic that has not been presented/published or not going to be presented/published before Nullcon Berlin 2023. 2. Desi Jugaad: It is a Hindi word for "Local Hacks." This category is dedicated to hackers who find innovative tech/non-tech solutions for real-life challenges. 3. Current Research: A research topic that has already been presented/published partly or wholly before Nullcon Berlin 2023. Our motto being “The Next Security Thing,” below mentioned are a few suggested topics (but not limited to) for your reference. IoT | Web | SDN | Radio | Cloud | Mobile | Telecom | Satellites | Networks | Forensics | Hardware | Cryptography | ICS/SCADA | Smart Cities Reach out to cfp@nullcon.net for any further questions. Thank you!
Name: APIsecureCity: Santa Clara 🇺🇸Start Date: Website: www.apisecure.coDetails: Looking for speakers on hacking and securing APIs for Red Track and Blue Track
Name: JSSICity: PARIS 🇫🇷Start Date: Website: https://www.ossir.org/conference/jssi-2023/Details: Le thème central retenu pour la JSSI 2023 est : « La transformation de la Cybersécurité » Dans le cadre du thème énoncé ci-dessus, les sujets suivants pourront être entre autres abordés : – Datalake : l’information pour les contrôler tous ? – IA : Vers la fin du pentester et du reverser ? – Metavers / web3 : un nouveau paradigme va-t-il tomber dans les travers de ses prédécesseurs ? – Cloud : une sécurité à 2 vitesses entre les cloud certifiés et les autres ? – Juridique : vers une hégémonie de l’Europe et du formalisme ? Le prestataire, le maillon faible de la sécurité ? – Recherche : ne fait-on pas que réinventer la roue depuis 60 ans ? – Attaquant : Ransomware As A Service – OSINT : la surveillance de masse accessible à tous ? Si un sujet pertinent n’est pas présent dans cette liste, n’hésitez pas à soumettre votre proposition. Des propositions d’intervention portant sur ces différents aspects de la sécurité sont sollicitées pour la JSSI 2023. Les interventions pourront inclure la présentation d’une démarche, d’une technique ou d’une solution de sécurité répondant à une problématique d’entreprise ou d’organisme public et être illustrées d’une expérience pratique de mise en œuvre. Toute présentation strictement commerciale sera refusée. La durée des interventions sera de 45 minutes (questions incluses). Seront privilégiées les propositions techniques et juridiques, issues d’une expérience concrète et/ou provenant de technologies nouvelles ou innovantes. Les propositions de contribution sont attendues au plus tard pour le 8 février 2023. Informations pratiques Les propositions d’intervention, en français ou en anglais, précisant le sujet et le plan sur une page, doivent être accompagnées de quelques transparents et d’une brève biographie de l’auteur. Envoyez vos propositions dans l’un des formats : texte simple, PDF ou HTML, par e-mail à l’adresse jssi23@ossir.org Inscription Il est possible de s’inscrire à la JSSI 2023 et/ou d’adhérer à l’association via : – PayPal : https://www.ossir.org/paypal/ – Adhésion : https://www.ossir.org/association/ – Paiement direct (chèque ou virement) – Bon de commande administratif, adressé à l’association : OSSIR, 18-20 Place de la Madeleine, 75008 Paris Tarifs : – Adhérent : 20 EUR par personne – Étudiant : 30 EUR par personne – Non-adhérent : 85 EUR par personne
Name: Bsides RochesterCity: Henrietta 🇺🇸Start Date: Website: https://bsidesroc.com/Details: We are generally looking for any kind of security/hacking related talks. But specifically to match our theme, we’d love to see presentations regarding: Cryptography Secure Communications Secure Desktops/OS Privacy Anonymity/Pseudonymity Embedded Systems or IoT Mobile (OS, application, baseband, etc.) Application Security Network Penetration Testing DFIR Hacker Community and infosec industry perspectives Tool release Hacking all the things Our team will review any talk submission but our only rule is that we will not accept a talk about a service or product you or your employer is selling. Please make all talks technical in nature.
Name: Insomni'hackCity: Lausanne 🇨🇭Start Date: Website: https://insomnihack.chDetails: As we believe that any topic in IT security can prove to be interesting, we are not limiting the CFP to any specific areas of research. Nevertheless, we are not interested in any marketing presentations and will therefore ignore any such proposals. This CFP will process: - Talks which are expected to be 50 minutes long - Workshops which are expected to be between 1 and 3 days (8h / day) The talks will take place on the 23rd & 24th of March 2023 at the Swiss Tech Convention Center in Lausanne with larger rooms than previous editions. The workshops will take place between the 20th and the 22nd of March 2023, also at the Swiss Tech Convention Center in Lausanne. For any additional information, please visit https://insomnihack.ch To follow updates regarding the conference, please follow us on Twitter : https://twitter.com/1ns0mn1h4ck
Name: ScalarCity: Warsaw 🇵🇱Start Date: Website: https://www.scalar-conf.com/Details: You can suggest up to 3 talk ideas that revolve around Scala and functional programming. Session - 30 min. including Q&A The deadline is 10 Jan 2023 (GMT +2). We will be accepting presentations on a rolling basis, so don't wait until the last moment!
Name: BlueHat ILCity: Tel Aviv 🇮🇱Start Date: Website: https://www.microsoftrnd.co.il/bluehatil/homeDetails: All details regarding talk length, subjects of interests, etc are described here https://www.microsoftrnd.co.il/bluehatil/confrence/CFP
Name: CypherConCity: Milwaukee 🇺🇸Start Date: Website: HTTPS://CypherCon.comDetails: Closed
Name: Boston Application Security ConferenceCity: Boston (Burlington) 🇺🇸Start Date: Website: https://www.basconf.orgDetails: BASC is back for 2023. This small local conference is focused on all aspects of application security, and we are looking for your research and perspective.
Name: DevelopCity: Mountain View 🇺🇸Start Date: Website: http://developer.cisco.com/site/develop/2023?utm_source=cfptime&utm_medium=webpage&utm_campaign=develop2023Details: Are you the next Develop speaker? Develop offers 2 main tracks: Cloud and Security. Do you have expertise in cloud technologies, including DevOps automation or application development, deployment, and monitoring? How about security concerns around threat mitigation, identification, and remediation that could benefit other developers and their organizations? We’re looking for speakers like you!
Name: KernelconCity: Omaha 🇺🇸Start Date: Website: https://kernelcon.orgDetails: https://kernelcon.org/open-calls
Name: BSides SLCCity: Salt Lake City 🇺🇸Start Date: Website: https://www.bsidesslc.org/Details: More Information on the CFP is located here: https://sessionize.com/bsides-slc-2023/
Name: 4DevelopersCity: Warsaw 🇵🇱Start Date: Website: https://4developers.org.pl/4developers-2023/Details: Are you a programmer and want to share your knowledge with others? This is your chance! Become a 4Developers Speaker. The Program Council is waiting for applications under 13 thematic tracks: .NET - Application Architectures - Java - JavaScript - Frontend / UI. DevOps - Testing & QA - Machine Learning / AI - PHP. Cloud - Security - Python - Soft Skills & Business Relations. Do you have an idea for an interesting and practical IT workshop? We are waiting for your proposal! Fill out the form with the topic and a brief description of the lecture. If you have doubts about the idea - write, and we will help solve the dilemma. We are accepting applications until 28.02.2023.
Name: Toulouse Hacking ConferenceCity: Toulouse 🇫🇷Start Date: Website: https://thcon.party/Details: We accept any submission that may be relevant to a conference on IT Security and the talk needs to be in English. List of possible topics: - Exploitation and mitigation techniques - Reverse engineering - Vulnerability research, Malware analysis, Cryptographic attacks and/or analysis - Attacks on distributed networks and/or protocols, Techniques seen "in the field" - Technical feedback on well-known incidents and/or notable stories of "#FAIL" - Your last hack and/or system tampering involving any of the techniques listed above, - Your favorite buzzword and/or upcoming threat - Any research that brings something to the world of IT security Both academic and non-academic speakers are welcome.
Name: BSides NYCCity: New York 🇺🇸Start Date: Website: https://bsidesnyc.org/Details: The CFP for BSidesNYC 2023 is now open! Please use this form to submit: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSes8dIfojKqXatyC6lNug41d_jsnio0LdIZRlFWms9sbWiUxw/viewform The event is on April 22, 2023.
Name: SANS Security SummitCity: Orlando 🇺🇸Start Date: Website: https://www.sans.org/cyber-security-training-events/ics-security-summit-2023/?msc=summit-homeDetails: The 18th annual ICS Security Summit  is now accepting submissions for the program.  Submissions should be practitioner-based and focus on communicable lessons.     Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: Understanding what an attack against your organization will look like (deconstructing real-world ICS attacks and technical threats) Live attack demonstrations & the defenses needed to stop them Case studies and lessons learned performing security in OT/ICS networks System and organizational investment opportunities that reduce attacker effects Future attack vectors on ICS Regulation & standards for ICS environments Ensuring ICS regulation and governance contribute to security Achieving resilience in industrial operations
Name: Cackalacky ConCity: Morrisville 🇺🇸Start Date: Website: https://cackalackycon.orgDetails: Greetz to all h4x0rs, stuff-breakers, InfoSec pros, g33k girls, international spies, and script kidz, Cackalack yCon will occur on May 5-7 2023 in Morrisville, NC (USA). We are now officially accepting speaker/paper/demo submissions for the event. If you are somewhat knowledgeable in any interesting field of hacking, technology, robotics, science, global thermonuclear war, lock circumvention, etc. (but mostly hacking), and you are interested in presenting at Cackalacky Con, we cordially invite you to submit your proposal. First round will close on January 20, 2023 midnight EST (form submission timestamp). All submissions are due BY February 17, 2023 midnight EST (form submission timestamp). We value diversity so please don't hesitate to propose your ideas no matter how outlandish (following the Code of Conduct).
Name: Secure360City: Prior Lake 🇺🇸Start Date: Website: https://pheedloop.com/2023secure360/proposal/start/?call=CALC7XN0ZKQZNYIDetails: Provide a summary of the talk and three key takeaways.
Name: OWASP AppSec IsraelCity: Tel Avil 🇮🇱Start Date: Website: https://appsecil.org/cfwDetails: Anything and everything AppSec! Application security, software security, cloud security, DevSecOps. In general, the only restriction on the subject of the talks is being related to Application Security or Software Security in some way (not necessarily Web). We will not accept any talks regarding other aspects of Security, that are not applicative in nature. All talks must be vendor neutral. Talks at any technical level can be accepted. Priority will be given to talks that were not presented before. We especially appreciate talks from security folk in large organizations (“security consumers”) who can share different Case Studies from the field. Specifically, the topics we look for include, but are not limited to, the following subject areas: * Secure development: secure coding, supply-chain security, static analysis, application threat modeling, web frameworks security, countermeasures, SDLC, DevOps, etc. * Mobile security: Development and/or testing devices and the mobile web * Cloud security: Offensive and defensive considerations for cloud-based web applications * Applicative Infrastructure security: Database security, VoIP, hardware, identity management, serverless and containers frameworks * Penetration testing: Methodologies, tools, exploit development, evasion techniques, OSINT, etc. * Emerging web technologies and associated security considerations * Internet of Things: IoT security and other devices * SCADA and Industrial Control Systems: and how these can be secured, or hacked, at an application or software level. * Applied Cryptography: Relevant research, new models, algorithm usage, interesting attacks, and other applications. * Incident response: Threat detection, triage, malware analysis, forensics, rootkit detection * OWASP tools and projects in practice * Policy and legal: Legislation, privacy, regulations and compliance, C-level considerations, etc. * Cool hacks and other fun stuff: cryptography, social engineering, etc.
Name: NorthSecCity: Montreal 🇨🇦Start Date: Website: https://nsec.ioDetails: https://cfp.nsec.io/2023/cfp
Name: OffensiveConCity: Berlin 🇩🇪Start Date: Website: https://www.offensivecon.org/Details: OffensiveCon23 CFP [OVERVIEW] We are pleased to announce the CfP for the fifth edition of OffensiveCon Berlin. A highly technical international security conference focused on offensive security only. The aim of OffensiveCon is to bring the hacker community together, for networking and sharing knowledge. The conference is constructed as a single track of talks for two full days as well as technical trainings held in the days before the conference. [WHEN] 19th-20th of May 2023 [WHERE] The Hilton Hotel, Berlin, Germany [TOPICS OF INTEREST] We are seeking presentations on offensive security topics such as but not limited to: 1. Vulnerability discovery 2. Advanced exploitation techniques 3. Mitigation bypass techniques on main operating systems and/or major software products 4. Detection of In the wild attacks/exploits 5. Hardware reverse engineering 6. Software reverse engineering 7. Protocol reverse engineering 8. Novel vulnerability research on mobile platforms 9. Novel vulnerability research on hypervisors 10. Cryptographic attacks [SPEAKER BENEFITS] The goal of OffensiveCon is not to make profit but rather to provide the right environment for the scene to meet, exchange ideas and have a good time. This is also reflected in the speaker benefits we offer: 1. A trip to the capital of Germany in May 2. Three nights of accommodation in the conference hotel (Hilton Berlin). The hotel is a five star hotel in one of the best locations in Berlin. 3. Round trip coach airfare of up to 2,500 EUR 4. Speaker honorarium of 1,000.00 EUR for exclusive content not presented anywhere else before 5. Constant whiskey (or non-alcoholic cocktail) supply to speakers and mobile beer stations for all attendees. 6. Speaker presents 7. Breakfast Lunch and Dinner fully covered on all days of the conference 8. Invite to the private pre-conference and speaker dinner [CFP SUBMISSION] Talks will be 60 or 30 minutes including questions. The language of presentation will be English. All submissions must be conducted over the CFP submission platform: https://cfp.offensivecon.org Submissions will be accepted until the 3rd of April 2023, 18:00 UTC. Make sure to get in your submission early to give us time to rate it and increase the chance of the talk being selected [IMPORTANT DATES] All talks must be submitted before 3rd of April 2023, 18:00 UTC. [FURTHER INFORMATION] Further details about the conference program, trainings, the venue and registration can be found at: https://www.offensivecon.org For regular announcements and updates follow us on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/offensive_con You can enter proposals until 2023-04-03 20:00 (UTC), 3 months, 2 weeks from now.
Name: BSides SeattleCity: Seattle 🇺🇸Start Date: Website: https://www.bsidesseattle.comDetails: Please see all the details here: https://www.bsidesseattle.com/submit-to-present.html
Name: Security festCity: Gothenburg 🇸🇪Start Date: Website: www.securityfest.comDetails: This summer, Gothenburg will become the most secure city in Sweden! May 25-26, 2023 Security Fest is a one-track two-day conference filled with great talks by internationally renowned speakers on some of the most cutting edge and interesting topics in IT security. Our attendees will learn from the best and the brightest, and have a chance to get to know each other during the lunch, dinner, scheduled breaks and the awesome after-party. Security Fest is a technical IT security conference and we would like CFP submissions to be security related and without marketing elements. We do not offer paid-for talks. We strongly encourage potential speakers to submit more than one submission on more than one topic. The more submissions you contribute, the more options you give us to pick you. Be sure your talk title and abstract define the exact topic you want to talk about and what you hope people will learn from the session. In previous years, some submissions sounded interesting but we just didn’t have enough detail for them to make the final cut. We also encourage submissions to include links to videos and slides of previous speaking engagements.
Name: BSides DublinCity: Dublin 🇮🇪Start Date: Website: https://www.bsidesdub.ie/Details: See the following website for full CFP details: https://sessionize.com/security-bsides-dublin-2023/
Name: Hardwear.io USACity: Santa Clara 🇺🇸Start Date: Website: https://hardwear.io/usa-2023/cfp.phpDetails: Hardwear.io is a platform for the hardware and security community where researchers showcase and discuss their innovative research on attacking and defending hardware. We happily open doors for researchers and hackers around the world working on the next Big Thing in security – if you've done interesting offence/defence research on any hardware and want to share it to the security community, it's time to submit your research paper!
Name: Hardwear.io USACity: Santa Clara 🇺🇸Start Date: Website: https://hardwear.io/usa-2023/Details: Hardwear.io USA 2023 welcomes hardware researchers and hackers around the world working on the next Big Thing in security. It is a platform where researchers showcase and discuss their innovative research on attacking and defending hardware. CFP Deadline: 10th February 2023 Research Categories: 1. New Research Category: A deep knowledge technical track that includes new research, vulnerabilities, zero days or exploits. And by new we really mean new i.e. if your research or talk has been published/showcased (partially or entirely) before, it will fall under current research category even though there are enhancements/changes to the original research. 2. Current Research / Workshop Category: Comprises known security issues, new research presented/published elsewhere, case studies, twist to an existing research, vulnerability, exploit or research-in-progress. 3. Tool Category: Comprises open source security tools, exploits, hardware etc. This is an excellent opportunity for the original authors to showcase their work to the world. Submission Topics: We are interested in new and cutting edge security work that has previously not been published. Some security topics for your reference including (but not limited to): Integrated Circuits | Processors | Internet of Things / Smart Devices | Embedded Systems & Cryptography | Automobile, Aeroplane, Train Automation Systems and Hardware Components | Industrial Control Systems / SCADA | Satellite Systems | Medical Devices | Smartphone Firmware, Hardware Firmware | Hardware Pentesting | Trusted Platform Module | Radio Communication Protocols and Hardware | Hardware Trust and Assurance Algorithms | Multimedia Hardware, Firmware, Protocols | Telecom Hardware / Networks | Electronic / Physical Locks | Attacks & Countermeasures For further questions reach out to cfp@hardwear.io
Name: BSides BuffaloCity: Buffalo 🇺🇸Start Date: Website: https://www.bsidesbuffalo.orgDetails: We are seeking speakers willing to share technical, information security related content with an audience of varying levels of experience. The emphasis is on practical, actionable talks that will help our attendees understand and secure their organizations, data, and networks. Possible topics include, but are not limited to: Security Topic X 101 Open source security tools Reverse engineering Cloud security Ethical hacking and penetration testing Log analysis Physical security Security community development and organization Security awareness and training Container security Secure orchestration DevSecOps Risk Assessment Governance, Risk, and Compliance Our audience is a mix of students, hobbyists, and professionals, at all levels of experience. First time speakers are more than welcome! Please note: This is a live event. Priority will be given to speakers who are able to present to the audience in-person on June 3.
Name: CONFidenceCity: Cracow 🇵🇱Start Date: Website: https://www.confidence-conference.orgDetails: We're looking both for highly technical presentations and more basic & essential talks, as well as live coding. They should cover fresh, important issues in various fields of security. Whether it's research on a new ransomware group, good practices in cybersecurity, analysis of a recent attack or tips for red/blue teams - all topics are welcome!
Name: SSTICCity: Rennes 🇫🇷Start Date: Website: https://www.sstic.orgDetails: https://www.sstic.org/2023/cfp/
Name: Circle City ConCity: Indianapolis 🇺🇸Start Date: Website: https://circlecitycon.orgDetails: We are looking for talks ranging on topics from infosec and security to hobbies to help infosec and IT practitioners to relax.
Name: leHACKCity: Paris 🇫🇷Start Date: Website: https://lehack.orgDetails: https://submit.lehack.org
Name: Hack In ParisCity: Paris 🇫🇷Start Date: Website: www.hackinparis.comDetails: https://www.papercall.io/hackinparis2023cpf
Name: Texas Cyber SummitCity: Austin 🇺🇸Start Date: Website: https://texascyber.org/Details: Details can be found at https://texascyber.org/cfp/
Name: Wild West Hackin' Fest: DeadwoodCity: Deadwood 🇺🇸Start Date: Website: https://wildwesthackinfest.com/deadwood/Details: Thank you for your interest in presenting at Wild West Hackin' Fest, which will be held in Deadwood, South Dakota October 18-20, 2023. The conference will be held virtually and in-person. We have a strong preference for in person speakers, but if you can only present virtually we are looking for those speakers too! WWHF is open for experts, folks new to the industry, the just plain curious, and everyone in-between. We are looking for talks and research that appeal to beginners and experts in the field. We have shorter talks slots available at 15 minutes or longer talk slots at 50 minutes. Also, check the main page for Call for Workshops and Call for Training pages if you have other longer form content you would like to possibly share. Please fill out the form below to give us an idea of your presentation topic. Presenters should plan to give a live presentation that is either 15 or 50 minutes in length. If the presentation will be given by more than one presenter, please be sure to provide two names, two Twitter handles (if applicable), two bios, two headshots, etc. Submission Deadline: Friday, March 31, 2023
Name: BotconfCity: Strasbourg 🇫🇷Start Date: Website: https://www.botconf.euDetails: https://www.botconf.eu/botconf-2023/call-for-papers-2023/