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[fwd] [Moderator Action] CFP: Context Awareness and Trust 2008 (CAT 08) (from: Santtu.Toivonen@idean.com)

From: Thomas Roessler <tlr@w3.org>
Date: Mon, 11 Feb 2008 18:37:42 +0100
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Subject: [Moderator Action] CFP: Context Awareness and Trust 2008 (CAT 08)
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                 --- CALL FOR PAPERS ---


* ********************************************************** *
*        Context Awareness and Trust 2008 (CAT 08)           *
*           Second International Workshop on                 *
*   Combining Context with Trust, Security, and Privacy      *
*                    (16-17 June 2008)                       *
*                  http://cat08.telin.nl                     *
* ---------------------------------------------------------- *
*     Co-located with IFIPTM2008, Joint iTrust and PST       *
*    Conferences on Privacy, Trust Management and Security,  *
*                   Trondheim, Norway                        *
* ********************************************************** *

IMPORTANT DATES
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Papers (abstract):           28th March 2008
Papers:                       7th April 2008
Notification of Acceptance:  30th April 2008
Final version due:           23th May   2008

SCOPE
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The CAT08 workshop aims to stimulate an active exchange of new ideas
on interrelations between the area of context awareness and the area
of security, privacy & trust.  The workshop aims to bring together
scientists and engineers that are active in the area of
context awareness and in trust management, privacy and security. The
workshop aims are to discuss state of the art, to identify open and
emerging problems, to share research experiences, and to propose
future research directions. We encourage not only researchers with a
computer science background, but also researchers with a more
user-centric background such as social sciences, behavioural science,
and so on.

WORKSHOP TOPICS
--------------

Relevant topics, divided into three categories, include but are not
limited to:

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1. Context and Trust, Security and Privacy as an opportunity

- Context-aware architectures for trust, security, and privacy
- Enhancement of trust, security, and privacy with context information
- Context-aware identity management and privacy enforcement
- Formal Aspects in Context-aware trust, security, and privacy
- Policy languages, ontologies for context-aware trust, security, and
privacy
- Market outlook for context-aware trust, security, and privacy

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2. Context and Trust, Security and Privacy as a threat

- Trust, security, and privacy of context and contextual data
- Security and privacy in context-aware architectures
- Trust, security, and privacy of context sources and information
- User control over trust, security and privacy aspects of
context-awareness
- Context, Privacy, and Reputation

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3. Context and Trust, Security and Privacy as application domains

- Use cases and pilots addressing context-aware trust, security, and
privacy
- Usefulness and usability of context-aware trust, security, and privacy
- Context-aware trust, privacy & security for the Semantic Web
- Context-aware trust, privacy & security for social media
- Social, legal, and philosophical aspects of context-aware trust
- Context-depended reputations and recommendations

PROGRAM COMMITTEE
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Susana Alcalde          University of Navarra, Spain
Claudio Bettini         University of Milano, Italy
Harry Chen              Image Matters LLC, USA
Tyrone W. Grandison     IBM Almaden Research, USA
Victor S. Grishchenko   Ural State University, Russia
Heikki Helin            TeliaSonera, Finland
Mario Hoffmann          Fraunhofer-Institute SIT, Germany
Bob Hulsebosch          Telematica Instituut, The Netherlands
Ayman Kayssi            American University of Beirut, Lebanon
Anders Kofod-Petersen   NTNU, Norway
Gabriele Lenzini        Telematica Instituut, The Netherlands
Giannis F. Marias       University of Athens, Greece
Daniel Olmedilla        L3S Research Center and University of Hannover,
Germany
Daniele Quercia         University College London, United Kingdom
Bart van Rijnsoever     Philips Research, The Netherlands
Philip Robinson         SAP Research, United Kingdom
Jean-Marc Seigneur      University of Geneva and Venyo, Switzerland
Santtu Toivonen         Idean Enterprises, Finland
Maarten Wegdam          University of Twente, The Netherlands
Zheng Yan               Nokia Research Center, Finland

INVITED SPEAKERS
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We are planning to have an invited speaker. Please visit our web site.

SPONSORS AND ACKNWOLEDGEMENT
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The organizers are supported by University of Geneva and Venyo,
Telematica
Instituut, and Idean Enterprises.

PAPER SUBMISSION
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Theoretical and applied research papers are welcome.

 - Full papers (limited to 12 pages) describe high-quality original
   unpublished research, case studies, and implementation experiences.

 - Short papers (limited to 4 pages) describe either work-in-progress
   on ongoing research or properly motivated future research.

Please visit CAT08 web page to read submission conditions and guideline.

PROCEEDINGS
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A preprint version of the proceedings will available at the workshop.
Accepted papers will be published in a post-workshop proceedings.

REGISTRATION
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At least one author of each paper is expected to register and to
present the paper at the workshop. Those papers that, without
motivation,
are not presented at the workshop will be excluded by the proceedings.

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
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 - Bob Hulsebosch     Telematica Instituut, The Netherlands
 - Gabriele Lenzini   Telematica Instituut, The Netherlands
 - Jean-Marc Seigneur University of Geneva and Venyo, Switzerland
 - Santtu Toivonen    Idean Enterprises, Finland

CONTACT
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For more information please visit out web site http://cat08.telin.nl






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