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CAT09 2.0 2009 : Context-Awareness Trust and Web 2.0 Trust

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Link: http://cat09.telin.nl
 
When Jun 15, 2009 - Jun 15, 2009
Where West Lafayette, Indiana, USA
Abstract Registration Due Mar 13, 2009
Submission Deadline Mar 20, 2009
Notification Due Apr 12, 2009
Final Version Due May 3, 2009
Categories    web 2.0
 

Call For Papers

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* CAT09 2.0 *
* Context-Awareness Trust and Web 2.0 Trust *
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* 3rd CAT: Int. Workshop on Combining Context *
* with Security, Privacy and Trust *
* + *
* 2nd W2TRUST: Int. Workshop on Web 2.0 Trust *
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* http://cat09.telin.nl *
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* held in IFPTM'09, 3rd IFIP Int. Conf. on Trust Management *
* http://projects.cerias.purdue.edu/IFIPTM/index.html *
* Purdue, West Lafayette, USA *
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IMPORTANT DATES
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Papers (Abstracts): 13th March 2009
Papers: 20th March 2009
Notification: 12th April 2009
Camera Ready: 3rd May 2009

Workshop: 15th June 2009

SCOPE
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The Joint CAT09 2.0 workshop aims at stimulating an active exchange of
new ideas on (i) interrelations between context-awareness and
security, privacy & trust (ii) what kind and what amount of
trust can be reposed in Web 2.0 platforms. The workshop intents to
bring together scientists and engineers that are active in the areas
of context-awareness, Web 2.0, trust management, privacy and security
to discuss the state of the art, to identify open and emerging
problems, to share research experiences, and to propose future
research directions. It welcomes computer science researchers as well
as researchers from social sciences, behavioral science, and cognitive
science.

WORKSHOP TOPICS
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Contributions should focus on combining Context-Awareness and Trust,
Security & Privacy or Web2.0 and Trust mainly, but not limited, to
the following areas:

Secure mashup technologies
Social networks and media
Service oriented architectures
%
Identity management
Context-aware social aspects
Use cases and prototypes
%
Solutions for the Web
Web services
Grid environments
%
Users perception
Web applications
Virtual organizations
%
Software architecture
Data and data sources
Sensors networks
%
Policies and policy languages
Data aggregation and integration
Cloud computing
%
Communication protocols
Recommender, reputation systems
Enhancement technologies and solutions
%
Usage control in distributed media
Bio-inspired networks
New technologies (e.g., AJAX)
%
Quantitative and qualitative analysis
Usability and quality of context
Formal models

TENTATIVE PROGRAM COMMITTEE
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Benjamin Aziz (STFC, UK)
Abhilasha Bhargav-Spantzel (INTEL Labs)
Ji-Won Byun (Oracle Labs, USA)
Barbara Carminati (Univ. of Insubria, Italy)
Marco Casassa-Mont (HP Labs, USA)
Christian Damsgaard Jensen (DTU, Denmark)
Mohamed Elfeky (Google Labs, USA)
Rodolfo Ferrini (Univ. Bologna, Italy)
Tyrone W. Grandison (IBM Almaden Research, USA)
Bob Hulsebosch (Telematica Instituut \& Novay, NL)
Mario Hoffmann (Fraunhofer-Institut SIT, Germany)
Maddy Janse (Philips Research, The Netherlands)
Anders Kofod-Petersen (NTNU, Norway)
Paolo Mori (IIT-CNR, Italy)
Daniel Olmedilla (Telefonica R&D, Spain)
Federica Paci (Purdue University, USA)
Daniele Quercia (Univ. College London, UK)
Daniele Riboni (Univ. Milano, Italy)
Monica Scannapieco (ISTAT , Italy)
Daniel Schreckling (Univ. Passau, Germany)
Jean-Marc Seigneur (Univ.~Geneva \& Venyo, CH)
Danfeng Yao (Rutgers Univ., USA )
Yan Zheng (Nokia Research Center, Finland)

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 original ongoing
research or properly motivated future research.

Please our 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 volume
(CEUR-WS.org - ISSN 1613-0073)

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
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Gabriele Lenzini (Telematica Instituut & Novay, The Netherlands)
Anna Cinzia Squicciarini(The Pennsylvania State Univ., USA)
Marinella Petrocchi (IIT-CNR, Italy)
Mohamed Shehab (University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA)

CONTACT
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For more information please visit out web site

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