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In Bio We Trust 2010 : International Workshop on Bio-Inspired Trust Management for Information Systems

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Link: http://inbiowetrust.org
 
When Dec 1, 2010 - Dec 3, 2010
Where Boston, US
Submission Deadline Sep 1, 2010
Notification Due Sep 24, 2010
Final Version Due Oct 10, 2010
Categories    trust   security   bio-inspired
 

Call For Papers

---------------------- CALL FOR PAPERS ----------------------
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* In Bio We Trust 2010 *
* Intl. Workshop on Bio-Inspired Trust Management *
* for Information Systems *
* http://inbiowetrust.org *
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* co-located with Bionetics 2010 *
* December 1-3, 2010, Boston, US *
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IMPORTANT DATES
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Papers : 1 September 2010
Notification: 24 September 2010
Camera Ready: 10 October 2010

SCOPE
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Traditional security mechanisms fall short of what new information systems
need. To fix this problem, two research communities have recently proposed
new security mechanisms. One of those communities is called "bio-inspired
systems" and is increasingly borrowing ideas from nature to make
information systems more effective and robust. The other is called "trust
management systems" and has been proposing and scrutinizing algorithms for
information systems that mimic how people manage trust in society.
Increasingly the two communities are working on similar research problems
but, alas, they are doing so separately.

Although there is an enormous number of potentially useful bio-inspired
mechanisms that can be exploited in trust management, it comes as a
surprise that bio-inspired trust management has not received any attention
at all. Clearly,the dialog between researchers in bio-inspired systems and
in trust management should widen.

The workshop seeks to bring together the world's experts in both
communities, and to stimulate and disseminate interesting research ideas
and results.

WORKSHOP TOPICS
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Contributions are solicited in all aspects of bio-inspired and trust
management systems, including:

- Bio-inspired models for managing trust in any information systems:
-- virtual organizations,
-- grid and cloud computing,
-- mobile-ad-hoc/opportunistic/delay-tolerant networks,
-- service oriented architectures,
-- self-organizing networks and communities,
-- mobile cooperative systems,
-- mobile platforms,
-- recommender systems.
- Fixed and mobile architectures and protocols for distributed trust
management.
- Identity management in trust models.
- Security attacks to trust systems and adaptive bio-inspired defenses.
- Incorporation of bio-inspired algorithms into security communication
protocols and computing architectures.
- Descriptions of pilot programs, case studies, applications,
work-in-progress, surveys, and experiments integrating biological designs
or trust and security aspects into information systems.

PROGRAM COMMITTEE (to be completed)
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Eleonora Borgia (IIT-CNR, Italy)
Francesco Calabrese (MIT, US)
Damas Gruska (Comenius University, Slovakia)
Paolo Milazzo (University of Pisa, Italy)
Nadia Pisanti (University of Pisa, Italy)
Sylvain Pradalier (INRIA Paris-Rocquencourt, France)
Daniel Schreckling (University of Passau, Germany)
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PAPER SUBMISSION
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Interested authors are encouraged to submit full papers of up to 12 pages
or short papers of up to 6 pages.

All papers will be peer reviewed by members of the Program Committee, and
will be judged on novelty, technical soundness, comparison to related
work, validation aspects, etc.

Please visit our web page to read submission conditions and guidelines.

PROCEEDINGS
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All accepted papers will be published by Springer in the Lecture Notes of
ICST (LNICST) series.

ORGANIZERS
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Gabriele Lenzini (Univ. Luxembourg)
Marinella Petrocchi (IIT-CNR, Italy)
Daniele Quercia (Univ. Cambridge, UK)

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