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PriMo Workshop 2nd CFP

From: Wishart, Ryan <r.wishart@imperial.ac.uk>
Date: Tue, 12 Apr 2011 11:38:31 +0100
To: "semantic-web@w3.org" <semantic-web@w3.org>
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2nd Call for Papers
PriMo 2011<http://www.open.ac.uk/blogs/PriMo2011/>: First International Workshop on Privacy Management in Mobile Application
(27th of June 2011, Copenhagen - in conjunction with IFIPTM 2011<http://www.ifiptm.org/IFIPTM11/IFIPTM.html>)

Providing appropriate solutions to the privacy issues raised by mobile and ubiquitous technology is increasingly important, but mobile privacy remains difficult to study and address, partly because privacy is a socially sensitive and context-dependent problem, partly because mobility introduces continuous contextual shifts, interactional constraints and monitoring obstacles. Different research methods may yield contradictory findings, design solutions may not account for critical socio-cultural factors or afford adequate usability, and management policies may not have the flexibility that mobile users require.
This workshop is organised with the support of the PRiMMA<http://primma.open.ac.uk/> Project and aims to promote an open exchange between researchers investigating privacy management issues in mobile applications. It will provide an exciting opportunity for researchers to discuss and evaluate research approaches and achievements within the field. In particular, we invite authors to submit extended abstracts addressing one or more of the following key areas:
·      Privacy research methods for mobile systems
·      Design solutions to address user privacy in mobile systems
·      Policy-based privacy management
Topics may include but are not restricted to:

o   Empirical studies of mobile privacy users and systems

o   Methods and techniques for eliciting and analysing mobile privacy requirements

o   User evaluation of privacy-enabled mobile interactive technologies

o   Machine learning approaches to mobile privacy management

o   Usability issues in the design of privacy-enabled mobile systems

o   Privacy policies for mobile applications

o   Online presence and privacy management

o   Privacy aware adaptive systems

o   Mobile privacy and social relations
Abstracts will be peer-reviewed by the workshop Programme Committee. Accepted abstracts will be presented at the workshop and then published both on the PRiMMA<http://primma.open.ac.uk/> website and conference’s workshop proceedings. Additionally, a full version of selected abstracts will be invited for inclusion in an edited book.
Submission Information
Submissions to the workshop must be in LNCS format and must not exceed 4 pages. The submission should be sent to primo.workshop.2011@gmail.com<mailto:primo.workshop.2011@gmail.com>
Important Dates
Abstract Submission: 30th April 2011
Author Notification: 20th May 2011
Camera ready copy due: 30th May 2011
Workshop date: 27th June 2011
Clara Mancini, The Open University, UK
Ryan Wishart, Imperial College London, UK
Programme Committee
Arosha Bandara, The Open University, UK
Elisa Bertino, Purdue University, USA
Ann Blandford, University College London, UK
Ian Brown, Oxford University, UK
Seraphin Calo, IBM, USA
Marco Casassa Mont, HP Labs, UK
Paul Dourish, California University Irvine, USA
Naranker Dulay, Imperial College London, UK
David Evans, University of Cambridge, UK
Tristan Henderson, St Andrews University, UK
Adam Joinson, Bath University, UK
Marc Langheinrich, University of Lugano, Switzerland
Jorge Lobo, IBM, USA
Emil Lupu, Imperial College London, UK
Clara Mancini, The Open University, UK
Nancy Mead, CMU/Software Engineering Institute, USA
Bashar Nuseibeh, Lero, Ireland & The Open University, UK
Kieron O'Hara, Southampton University, UK
Inah Omoronyia, Lero, Ireland
Blaine Price, The Open University, UK
Kai Rannenberg, Goethe University, Germany
Yvonne Rogers, The Open University, UK
Alessandra Russo, Imperial College London, UK
Angela Sasse, University College London, UK
Morris Sloman, Imperial College London, UK
Roel Wieringa, University of Twente, Netherlands
Ryan Wishart, Imperial College London, UK
Nobukazu Yoshioka, National Institute of Informatics, Japan
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