[PET] EuroPKI'2009: CfP

Lejla Batina lbatina at esat.kuleuven.ac.be
Fri May 8 11:16:37 BST 2009


** Apologies for multiple copies **


Call for Papers

Sixth European Workshop on Public Key Services,
Applications and Infrastructures (EuroPKI'09)
9-11 September 2009
Pisa, Tuscany, Italy


EuroPKI has been a successful series of workshops started in 2003.   
For the 2009 edition, the scope will be extended to cover all research  
aspects of Public Key Services, Applications and Infrastructures.  In  
particular, we want to encourage also submissions dealing with any  
innovative applications of public key cryptography.  Submitted papers  
may present theory, applications or practical experiences on topics  
including, but not limited to:

- Anonymity and privacy
- Architecture and Modeling
- Authentication
- Authorization and Delegation
- Case Studies
- Certificates Status
- Certification Policy and Practices
- Credentials
- Cross Certification
- Directories
- eCommerce/eGovernment
- Evaluation
- Fault-Tolerance and reliability
- Federations
- Group signatures
- ID-based schemes
- Identity Management and eID
- Implementations
- Interoperability
- Key Management
- Legal issues
- Long-time archiving
- Mobile PKI
- Multi-signatures
- Policies & Regulations
- Privacy
- Privilege Management
- Protocols
- Repositories
- Risk/attacks
- Standards
- Timestamping
- Trust management
- Trusted Computing
- Ubiquitous scenarios
- Usage Control
- Web services security


* Instructions for paper submission
The Workshop welcomes original papers from academic, government, and  
industry contributors dealing with the above or related issues. Papers  
which describe ongoing research or provide an excellent surveying work  
are welcome too. All submissions will be subjected to a thorough a  
blind review by at least three reviewers.

The submission must be anonymous, with no author names, affiliations,  
acknowledgments, or obvious references. It should begin with a title,  
a short abstract, and a list of key words, and its introduction should  
summarize the contributions of the paper at a level appropriate for a  
non-specialist reader. Submissions not meeting these guidelines risk  
rejection without consideration of their merits.

As for all previous EuroPKI events, it is planned that accepted papers  
are published by Springer in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
(LNCS) series. Therefore we require that submissions follow the LNCS  
guidelines (see http://www.springeronline.com/lncs) with a total page  
limit of 16 pages including references and appendices.  Up to 6 pages  
of additional supporting information may be provided, but committee  
members will read this information at their discretion, so the paper  
should be intelligible and self-contained within the 16 page LNCS limit.

Submissions must not substantially duplicate work that any of the  
authors has published elsewhere or has submitted in parallel to any  
other conference or workshop with formally published proceedings.  
Information about submissions may be shared with program chairs of  
other conferences for that purpose. Accepted submissions may not  
appear in any other conference or workshop with proceedings.

Papers must be submitted electronically in PDF format. A detailed  
description of the electronic submission procedure will be available  
at http://www.iit.cnr.it/EUROPKI09
Submissions must conform to this procedure. Late submissions and  
non-electronic submissions will not be considered. Authors of accepted  
papers must guarantee that their paper will be presented at the  
conference.



* Important dates
Submission of papers: 	June  1, 2009
Notification to authors:  	July  15, 2009
Camera-ready copies: 		August  10, 2007

* General Chair
Anna Vaccarelli, National Research Council, Italy



** Apologies for multiple copies **


Call for Papers

Sixth European Workshop on Public Key Services,
Applications and Infrastructures (EuroPKI'09)
9-11 September 2009
Pisa, Tuscany, Italy


EuroPKI has been a successful series of workshops started in 2003.   
For the 2009 edition, the scope will be extended to cover all research  
aspects of Public Key Services, Applications and Infrastructures.  In  
particular, we want to encourage also submissions dealing with any  
innovative applications of public key cryptography.  Submitted papers  
may present theory, applications or practical experiences on topics  
including, but not limited to:

- Anonymity and privacy
- Architecture and Modeling
- Authentication
- Authorization and Delegation
- Case Studies
- Certificates Status
- Certification Policy and Practices
- Credentials
- Cross Certification
- Directories
- eCommerce/eGovernment
- Evaluation
- Fault-Tolerance and reliability
- Federations
- Group signatures
- ID-based schemes
- Identity Management and eID
- Implementations
- Interoperability
- Key Management
- Legal issues
- Long-time archiving
- Mobile PKI
- Multi-signatures
- Policies & Regulations
- Privacy
- Privilege Management
- Protocols
- Repositories
- Risk/attacks
- Standards
- Timestamping
- Trust management
- Trusted Computing
- Ubiquitous scenarios
- Usage Control
- Web services security


* Instructions for paper submission
The Workshop welcomes original papers from academic, government, and  
industry contributors dealing with the above or related issues. Papers  
which describe ongoing research or provide an excellent surveying work  
are welcome too. All submissions will be subjected to a thorough a  
blind review by at least three reviewers.

The submission must be anonymous, with no author names, affiliations,  
acknowledgments, or obvious references. It should begin with a title,  
a short abstract, and a list of key words, and its introduction should  
summarize the contributions of the paper at a level appropriate for a  
non-specialist reader. Submissions not meeting these guidelines risk  
rejection without consideration of their merits.

As for all previous EuroPKI events, it is planned that accepted papers  
are published by Springer in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
(LNCS) series. Therefore we require that submissions follow the LNCS  
guidelines (see http://www.springeronline.com/lncs) with a total page  
limit of 16 pages including references and appendices.  Up to 6 pages  
of additional supporting information may be provided, but committee  
members will read this information at their discretion, so the paper  
should be intelligible and self-contained within the 16 page LNCS limit.

Submissions must not substantially duplicate work that any of the  
authors has published elsewhere or has submitted in parallel to any  
other conference or workshop with formally published proceedings.  
Information about submissions may be shared with program chairs of  
other conferences for that purpose. Accepted submissions may not  
appear in any other conference or workshop with proceedings.

Papers must be submitted electronically in PDF format. A detailed  
description of the electronic submission procedure will be available  
at http://www.iit.cnr.it/EUROPKI09
Submissions must conform to this procedure. Late submissions and  
non-electronic submissions will not be considered. Authors of accepted  
papers must guarantee that their paper will be presented at the  
conference.



* Important dates
Submission of papers: 	June  1, 2009
Notification to authors:  	July  15, 2009
Camera-ready copies: 		August  10, 2007

* General Chair
Anna Vaccarelli, National Research Council, Italy

* Programme Committee co-Chairs
Fabio Martinelli, National Research Council, Italy
Bart Preneel, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium


* Publicity co-Chairs
Lejla Batina, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
Svetla Nikova, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven and University of Twente

* Programme Committee (To be completed)

I. Agudo Ruiz, U. of Malaga, Spain
C. Boyd, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
D. Chadwick, Kent University, UK
C. Cremers, ETH, Switzerland
G. Danezis, Microsoft Research, UK
G. Dini, U. of Pisa, Italy
R. Di Pietro, U. of Rome 3, Italy
S. Farrell, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
J. Ferrer, University of Tarragona, Spain
D. Galindo, U. of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
K. Gjøsteen, NTNU, Norway
S. Gritzalis, U. of the Aegean, Greece
J.-H. Hoepman, TNO and RU Nijmegen, the Netherlands
D. Hoon Lee, CIST, Korea
A. Jøsang, U. of Oslo, Norway
S. Katsikas, U. of Piraeus, Greece
S. Kent, BBN Technologies, USA
K. Kursawe, Philips Research
A. Lioy, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
J. Lopez, U. of Malaga, Spain
D. M?Raihi, Verisign, UK
S. Mauw, U. of Luxembourg, Luxembourg
C. Meadows, NRL, USA
C. Mitchell, Royal Holloway College, UK
S. Mjølsnes, NTNU, Norway
D. Naccache, Ingenico and ENS, France
E. Okamoto, Tsukuba U., Japan
R. Oppliger, eSECURITY Technologies, CH
T. Pedersen, Cryptomathic, Denmark
M. Pala, Dartmouth College, USA
O. Pereira, UCL, Belgium
G. Pernul, U. Regensburg, Germany
A. Sadeghi, RUBochum, Germany
P. Samarati, U. of Milan, Italy
R. Scandariato, K.U.Leuven, Belgium
S. Smith, Dartmouth College, USA
J. Zhou, Inst. Infocomm Research, Singapore


VENUE

The conference will be held in the convention centre of the CNR  
Research Area in Pisa .

Pisa is a small historical town, world-wide known for the "Torre  
pendente" (leaning tower), one of the monuments of "Campo dei  
Miracoli" (field of miracles). With its international Airport, with  
direct flights (often low cost) with several European cities (such as  
Paris, London, Amsterdam, Brussels, Munich, Madrid, etc.) and also a  
direct fly with New York (operated by Delta), Pisa represents the main  
entrance for visiting Tuscany, with its historical, cultural and  
natural beauties.


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