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[Policy-sig] First International Conference on Trust Management (fwd)

From: Charles McCathieNevile <charles@w3.org>
Date: Thu, 10 Oct 2002 05:33:12 -0400 (EDT)
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This might be an interesting venue - I assume Graham Klyne can tell us more,
since he is on the program committee.

cheers

Chaals

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Date: Thu, 10 Oct 2002 09:58:38 +0100
From: Morris Sloman <m.sloman@doc.ic.ac.uk>
To: policy-sig@doc.ic.ac.uk
Subject: [Policy-sig] First International Conference on Trust Management


The First International Conference On Trust Management

28-30 May 2003

Heraklion, Crete, Greece
( http://www.eBusinessCity.org )


The First International Conference on Trust Management will take place at
the beautiful summer resort Kalimera Kriti ( Good Morning Crete )
(http://www.kalimerakriti.gr/ ) near Heraklion, Crete, Greece, on May 28-30
2003. The Conference is organized by iTrust, a Working Group on Trust
Management in Dynamic Open Systems (http://www.itrust.uoc.gr/) and the
University of Crete ( http://www.uoc.gr ) and partially funded by the
Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) unit of the IST program,
http://www.cordis.lu/ist/fethome.htm The Proceedings will be published by
the Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series of Springer Verlag,
http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/index.html .

Its purpose is:

 To facilitate the cross-disciplinary investigation of fundamental issues
underpinning computational trust models by bringing together expertise from
technology oriented sciences, law, philosophy and social sciences.

  To facilitate the emergence of widely acceptable trust management
processes for dynamic open systems and applications

  To facilitate the development of new paradigms in the area of dynamic
open systems which effectively utilise computational trust models.

  To help the incorporation of trust management elements in existing
standards

Papers, short papers, panel, special session and tutorial proposals are
solicited in the following list of areas which is indicative and not
exhaustive:


The ethics, sociology and psychology of trust
Cyberspace freedom vs. safeguarding consumer confidence and trusting
relations.
Legal issues underpinning the management of trust
Trust in Contract, service level agreement negotiation and management,
organizational networks
Models and semantics of trust
Trust specification, analysis and reasoning
Trust based on recommendation and reputation
Design of trust based architectures and decision-making mechanisms for
e-community and e-service interactions
Monitoring trust
Relationship between trust and risk
Relationship between trust and security

Important Dates



Submission of papers: January 6
Submission of panel or special session proposal: March 30
Submission of tutorial proposal: March 30
Submission of demo proposal: March 30
Notification of panel or special session acceptance: April 15
Notification of tutorial acceptance: April 15
Notification of demo acceptance: April 15
Notification of paper acceptance: March 10
Submission of final version: March 31


Keynote Speaker: Stuart Feldman, IBM VP Internet Technology, USA

Program Committee
-----------------

Christos Nikolaou, U. of Crete, Greece, Conference Chair
Paddy Nixon, U. of Strathclyde, UK, Program Chair

Nikos Alivizatos, U. of Athens, Greece
Eliza Bertino, U. of Milano, Italy
Jon Bing, NRCCL, U. of Oslo, Norway
Joan Borrell, Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain
Cristiano Castelfranchi, CNR, Italy
Stefano Cerri, U. of Montpellier II, France
Theo Dimitrakos, CLRC, UK
Valerie Issarny, INRIA, France
Keith Jeffery, CLRC, UK
Christian D. Jensen, Trinity College, Ireland & DTU, Denmark
Andrew Jones, King s College, UK
Audun Josang, DSTC, Australia
Graham Klyne, Nine by Nine, UK
Heiko Krumm, U. of Dortmund, Germany
Manolis Marazakis, Plefsis, Greece
Stefan Poslad, Queen Mary College, UK
Dimitris Raptis, Intracom, Greece
Jakka Sairamesh, IBM Research, USA
Giovanni Sartor, U. of Bologna, Italy
Simon Shiu, Hewlett Packard, UK
Morris Sloman, Imperial College, UK
Ketil Stoelen, SINTEF, Norway
Yao-Hua Tan, Free University of Amsterdam, Holland
Sotirios Terzis, U. of Strathclyde, UK
Dimitris Tsigos, Virtual Trip Ltd, Greece
Stavroula Tsinomera, U. of Crete, Greece
Emily Weitzenboeck, NRCCL, U. of Oslo, Norway


Paper Submission
-----------------

Papers should be submitted electronically in PDF, HTML or MS-Word format,
either by e-mail to the Conference Secretariat ( info@itrust.uoc.gr ) or to
our ftp site (ftp://ftp.eBusinessCity.org ).

In either case, please follow the guidelines below:

In your submission, there should be only one file containing the paper
text, suitable for review printing (maximum 20 printed pages with font size
not less than 10pt).
Each figure (or other material except text) should be in a separate file
All files consisting your paper should be gathered in a single file (zip or
tar format)
Submit your paper either by e-mail or ftp (please note that electronic
submissions are obligatory)
Send a separate e-mail message to info@itrust.uoc.gr containing the paper
title, abstract, keywords and any relevant contact information.

All accepted papers for the conference will be published by the LNCS series
of Springer-Verlag. Please consult the Authors Instructions subpage (
http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html ) as well as to the Editors
Instructions subpage ( http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/editors.html ) on
the LNCS Home Page where answers can be found to most technical questions.


  Short Papers

During the conference a space will be reserved for short paper sessions.
Research projects of any scale are invited to illustrate innovative
concepts and prototype systems.

Short paper proposals should include title, names of presenters and outline
(max. 500 words). Electronic submissions are obligatory; proposals should
be submitted by e-mail to the Conference Secretariat, info@itrust.uoc.gr

Panels/Special Sessions chair Christian D. Jensen, Trinity College, Ireland
& DTU, Denmark

Suggestions for the organisation of panel sessions on one of the proposed
topics or on related topics are welcomed. Proposals should include a short
CV and position paper for each panellist, and should be sent to
Christian.Jensen@cs.tcd.ie

Tutorial chair: Theo Dimitrakos, CLRC, UK

Proposals for tutorials are solicited. Tutorials would be either half day
(3 hours) or full day (6 hours). Each proposal should include a title, a
summary (intentions, objectives, etc.), duration and a short CV of the
instructor(s) and should be sent to T.Dimitrakos@rl.ac.uk


Demo chair: Dimitris Tsigos, Virtual Trip Ltd, Greece

Result demonstrations of on-going projects are strongly encouraged. Those
interested should submit a description of the intended Demo to
tsigos@vtrip-ltd.com

Local Organizing Committee

Christos Nikolaou, U. of Crete, Chair
Eva Michelidaki, U. of Crete, Dissemination
Calliope Anagnostopoulou, U. of Crete, Local accommodations
Shore Shadman, U. of Crete, Registration
Kyriakos Papadakis, U. of Crete, Webmaster
Michalis Klisarchakis, U. of Crete, Webmaster
Vasilis Poursalidis, U. of Crete, Networking & Systems
Elias Theoharopoulos, U. of Crete, Networking & Systems



______________________________________________________

Professor Morris Sloman
Imperial College of Science Technology and Medicine
Department of Computing
180 Queen's Gate
London SW7 2BZ, U.K.
Phone: +44 20 7594 8279    Fax: +44 20 7594 8282
Email: m.sloman@doc.ic.ac.uk
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