Call for Papers


IFIPTM 2013 invites submissions presenting novel research on all topics related to Trust, Security and Privacy, including but not limited to:


Trust in Information Technology

  • formal aspects (specification, reasoning, and analysis)
  • trust-based and trust-aware IT policy management
  • trust in social networks and emerging contexts
  • trust in collaborative applications, crowd-sourcing and wiki systems
  • trust in human-computer interaction and usable systems
  • case studies and applications 

Socio-Technical, economic and sociological Trust

  • economic modeling of trust, risk and control; economics of trusted data quality
  • trust, control and reputation effects in social networking, e- and m-commerce
  • trust and socio materiality; socio-technical action network structures; biological trust
  • ethical, sociological, psychological, legal aspects 

Trust and reputation management systems

  • architectures and models
  • metrics and computation
  • applications 

Identity management and trust

  • anonymity, privacy and accountability
  • identity and personal information brokering
  • legal aspects 

Secure, trustworthy and privacy-aware systems

  • platforms and standards
  • software and services
  • applications 

Trust building in Large scale systems

  • trust in Cloud environments
  • large Identity Management Systems like UID/SSN, Banks, Mobile user groups
  • trust management for large user groups including machine and human participation 

Paper Submission

IFIPTM 2013 welcomes submissions of both full and short papers on any topic related to the IFIPTM themes of trust, security and privacy and the topics mentioned above. Submitted full papers must not exceed 16 pages in length, including bibliography and well-marked appendices; short papers must not exceed 8 pages in length. Submission will be through the EasyChair conference management system. Papers must be submitted as a single PDF file, formatted using the LNCS format. As previous editions, papers will be published by Springer under AICT series.

Important Dates

Paper Submission: January 25, 2013 February 8, 2013
Author notification: March 8, 2013
Camera-ready version: March 22, 2013
Workshops proposals: January 11, 2013 January 18, 2013
Tutorials proposals: February 8, 2013
Demonstrations/posters: February 15, 2013

Call For Tutorials

Tutorials should survey, explain and discuss research works and projects, industrial products and markets, or governmental frameworks and policies. They should allow members of the community to interactively gain specialist knowledge or skills, discover new paradigms, solutions or research investigations through motivating examples, compare existing approaches and concepts, and possibly explain how these can be put into current of future practice.
Tutorials should cover a varied range of issues and not be used to promote a single research approach or a product.
Tutorial descriptions should consist of the title, abstract, contents, target audience, and tutor bio.
 

Submission of tutorials proposals should be made by sending an email to cfp(at]ifiptm{dot]org (replace the (at] and {dot] accordingly).
 
Call For Workshops

Workshops should stimulate and facilitate an atmosphere of active and constructive exchange on current issues of interest. They should allow members of the community to compare and discuss approaches, methods, and concepts about specific topics addressed by the conference. Workshops may address new emerging areas of interest for Trust Management that in the future may become core, focus on industrial experience with methods and technologies related to Trust Management or address peripheral issues of interest to the Trust Management research community.  

Submission of workshop proposals should be made by sending an email to cfp(at]ifiptm{dot]org (replace the (at] and {dot] accordingly).
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Anirban Basu,
24 Jan 2013, 06:09