[PET] CFP: 3rd International Conference on Trust and Trustworthy Computing (Trust 2010) - Socio-economic Strand

Marcel Winandy marcel.winandy at trust.rub.de
Thu Nov 26 10:34:06 GMT 2009


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                          Call for Papers

                            Trust 2010
    3rd International Conference on Trust and Trustworthy Computing
                     - Socio-economic Strand -

                  June 21-23, 2010, Berlin, Germany
                      http://www.trust2010.org

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Building on the success of Trust 2009 (held at Oxford, UK) and
Trust 2008 (Villach, Austria), this conference focuses on trusted
and trustworthy computing, both from the technical and socio-economic
perspectives. The conference itself will have two main strands, one
devoted to technical aspects and one devoted to the socio-economic
aspects of trusted computing. This call for papers is for contributions
to the socio-economic strand - a separate call is issued for
contributions to the technical strand of the conference.

The conference solicits original papers on any social and economic
aspect of the design, application, and usage of trusted computing.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

    * Usability and user perceptions of trustworthy systems and risks
    * Effects of trustworthy systems upon user, corporate, and
      governmental behavior
    * The adequacy of guarantees provided by trustworthy systems for
      systems critically dependent upon trust, such as elections and
      government oversight
    * The impact of trustworthy systems upon digital forensics, police
      investigations and court proceedings
    * Economic drivers for trustworthy systems
    * Group and organizational behavior within trustworthy systems
    * The impact of trustworthy systems upon user autonomy, social
      capital, and power relationships
    * Cross-cultural definitions of trustworthiness
    * Can systems be truly "trustworthy" without any capacity for moral
      reasoning?
    * Trustworthy systems and precursors of trust such as honesty,
      benevolence, value similarity, or competence
    * Trustworthiness, regret and forgiveness
    * Trustworthy systems as enhancements or constraints on government
      power
    * The role of independence from vested interests as a driver of
      trust
    * Game theoretical approaches to modeling or designing trustworthy
      systems
    * Experimental economics studies of trustworthiness
    * The interplay between privacy, privacy enhancing technologies and
      trustworthiness
    * Regulatory vs peer-produced trustworthiness, including reputation
      systems
    * Global governance initiatives to manage trust
    * Critiques of trustworthy systems


We plan to publish the proceedings of Trust 2010 in the Springer Lecture
Notes in Computer Science series, and to have them available at the
conference.

Authors are requested to submit papers in anonymised form, of length at most
12 pages (excluding references and appendices), using at least a 10pt font,
and in pdf format.

General Chair:
        Ahmad-Reza Sadeghi, University of Bochum, Germany

Program Chair (Technical Strand)
        Sean Smith, Dartmouth College, USA

Program Chair (Socio-economic Strand)
        Alessandro Acquisti, Carnegie Mellon University, USA

Program Committee (Socio-economic Strand)
        Andrew A. Adams, Reading University, UK
        Ian Brown, University of Oxford, UK
        Johann Cas, Austrian Academy of Science
        Lorrie Faith Cranor, Carnegie-Mellon University, USA
        Tamara Dinev, Florida Atlantic University, USA
        Peter Gutmann, University of Auckland, New Zealand
        Tristan Henderson, St Andrews University, UK
        Adam Joinson, Bath University, UK
        Eleni Kosta, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium
        Meryem Marzouki, French National Scientific Research Center (CNRS)
        Tyler Moore, Harvard University, USA
        Deirdre Mulligan, UC Berkely, USA
        Anne-Marie Oostveen, Oxford University, UK
        Andrew Patrick, National Research Council, Canada
        Angela Sasse, University College London, UK
        Jonathan Zittrain, Harvard University, USA


Important Dates:
     Submission due:     20 January 2010
     Notification:       3 March 2010
     Camera ready:       24 March 2010
     Conference:         21-23 June 2010

Paper Submission:
        http://www.trust2010.org/submission.html

Technical Strand:
        http://www.trust2010.org/cfp_t.html


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