[PET] REMINDER CfP - PrimeLife/IFIP Summer School on "Privacy and Identity Management for Life", Helsingborg/Sweden, 2-6 August 2010

Simone Fischer Hübner simone.fischer-huebner at kau.se
Mon Apr 26 20:18:12 BST 2010


Dear colleagues,

the deadline for abstract submission for the 
PrimeLife/IFIP Summer School is approaching (2nd 
May 2010). Especially PhD students are welcome to submit!

Best regards, Simone Fischer-Huebner.

Call For Papers

Sixth International Summer School
organised jointly by the EU FP7 project PrimeLife
and the IFIP Working Groups 9.2, 9.6/11.7 11.4, 11.6
Privacy and Identity Management for Life (PrimeLife/IFIP Summer School 2010)
to be held in Helsingborg, Sweden, 2nd - 6th August 2010
in cooperation with the EU FP7 project ETICA
http://www.cs.kau.se/IFIP-summerschool/


After the success of the 2009 PrimeLife/IFIP 
Summer School, the European project PrimeLife and 
IFIP (International Federation for Information 
Processing, Working Groups 9.2, 9.6/11.7 11.4, 
11.6) will continue their joint cooperation. This 
year they will hold an International Summer 
School on the topic of  Privacy and Identity 
Management for Emerging Internet Applications throughout a Person's Lifetime.

Emerging Internet Applications, such as Web 2.0 
applications and cloud computing, increasingly 
pose privacy dilemmas. When they communicate over 
the Internet, individuals leave trails of 
personal data which may be stored for many years 
to come. In recent years, social network sites, 
where users tend to disclose very intimate 
personal details about their personal, social, 
and professional lives, have caused serious 
privacy concerns. The collaborative character of 
the Internet enables anyone to compose services 
and distribute information. Due to the low costs 
and technical advances of storage technologies, 
masses of personal data can easily be stored. 
Once disclosed, this data may be retained forever 
and be removed with difficulty. It has become 
hard for individuals to manage and control the 
release and use of information that concerns 
them. They may particularly find it difficult to 
eliminate outdated or unwanted personal information.

These developments raise substantial new 
challenges for personal privacy at the technical, 
social, ethical, regulatory, and legal levels:

    * How can privacy be protected in emerging 
Internet applications such as collaborative scenarios and virtual communities?
    * What frameworks and tools could be used to 
gain, regain and maintain informational 
self-determination and lifelong privacy?

Both IFIP, PrimeLife and ETICA take a holistic 
approach to technology and support 
interdisciplinary exchange. In particular, 
participants' contributions that combine 
technical, legal, regulatory, socio-economic, 
ethical, philosophical, or psychological perspectives are welcome.
We are especially inviting contributions from 
students who are at the stage of preparing either 
masters' or doctoral theses qualifications. The 
school is interactive in character, and is 
composed of keynote lectures and seminars, 
tutorials and workshops with PhD student 
presentations. The principle is to encourage 
young academic and industry entrants to the 
privacy and identity management world to share 
their own ideas and to build up a collegial 
relationship with others. Students that actively 
participate, in particular those who present a 
paper, can receive a course certificate which 
awards 3 ECTS at the PhD level. The certificate 
can certify the topic of the contributed paper to 
demonstrate its relation or non-relation to the student's masters'/PhD thesis.

Related European, national, or regional/community 
research projects are also very welcome to 
present papers or to organise workshops as part of the Summer School.

A special one-day stream within the Summer 
School, to which abstracts/papers can be 
submitted directly, will be organised by the EU 
FP7 project ETICA on privacy and related ethical 
issues that arise from emerging information and communication technologies.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

    * Privacy and identity management 
(technologies, infrastructures, usability 
aspects, legal and social-economic aspects)
    * privacy-enhancing technologies (PETs)
    * multilateral Security, anonymity and pseudonymity
    * transparency-enhancing tools
    * privacy and trust policies
    * privacy-aware web service composition
    * semantic web security and privacy
    * privacy and identity management in cloud computing
    * privacy metrics
    * trust management and reputation systems
    * assurance evaluation and control
    * privacy in complex emerging real-life 
scenarios including the use of privacy-enhancing 
mechanisms in various application areas that are 
often lifelong in character (such as eLearning, eHealth, eGovernment)
    * lifelong privacy challenges and sustainable 
privacy and identity management
    * privacy issues relating to social networks, 
social network analysis, profiling, tracking 
technologies, biometrics, surveillance
    * data retention, availability and other legal-regulatory aspects,
    * impact on social exclusion/digital divide/cultural aspects
    * privacy and identity management related 
open source and standardisation initiatives.

We welcome: research papers from all disciplines 
(e.g., computer science, economics, law, 
psychology, sociology); inter-disciplinary work; 
and also contributions on application scenarios, 
use cases, and good practices.

Contributions will be selected based on an 
extended abstract review by the Summer School 
Programme Committee. Accepted short versions of 
papers will be made available to all participants 
in the Summer School Pre-Proceedings. After the 
Summer School, authors will have the opportunity 
to submit their final full papers (which address 
questions and aspects raised during the Summer 
School) for publication in the Summer School 
Proceedings published by the official IFIP 
publisher (Springer). The papers to be included 
in the Final Proceedings will again be reviewed 
and selected by the Summer School Programme Committee.

Helsingborg is located at the coast in Southern 
Sweden very close to Denmark and easily reachable 
via Copenhagen, Malmö or Gothenburg airport.

The submission address for extended abstracts 
(2-4 pages in length) will be accessible via the 
Summer School Website (http://www.cs.kau.se/IFIP-summerschool/) soon.

Submission deadline for extended abstracts (2-4 pages): May 2nd, 2010
Notification of acceptance: June 2nd, 2010
Short paper (up to 8 pages) for the Pre-Proceedings: July 2nd, 2010


General Chair:

Simone Fischer-Hübner (Karlstad University / Sweden)

Programme Committee Co-Chairs:

Penny Duquenoy (Middlesex University / UK)
Marit Hansen (Unabhängiges Landeszentrum für 
Datenschutz Schleswig-Holstein, Kiel / Germany)
Ronald Leenes (Tilburg University / Netherlands)


Programme Committee:

Bibi van der Berg (Tilburg University / Netherlands)
Michele Bezzi (SAP Research / France)
Jan Camenisch (IBM Research / Switzerland)
Lothar Fritsch (Norwegian Computer Center, Norway)
Mark Gasson (University of Reading / UK)
Juana Sancho Gil (University of Barcelona / Spain)
Hans Hedbom (Karlstad University / Sweden)
Tom Keenan (University of Calgary / Canada)
Dogan Kesdogan (Siegen University / Germany)
Kai Kimppa (University of Turku / Finland)
Eleni Kosta (KU Leuven / Belgium)
Elisabeth de Leeuw (Ordina / Netherlands)
Marc van Lieshout (TNO / Netherlands)
Javier Lopez (University of Malaga / Spain)
Leonardo Martucci (CASED / Germany)
Vaclav Matyas (Masaryk University, Brno / Czech Republic)
Gregory Neven (IBM Research / Switzerland)
Jean-Christophe Pazzaglia (SAP Research / France)
Uli Pinsdorf (Europäisches Microsoft Innovations Center GmbH (EMIC) / Germany)
Andreas Pfitzmann (TU Dresden / Germany)
Charles Raab (University of Edinburgh / UK)
Kai Rannenberg (Goethe University Frankfurt / Germany)
Norberto Patrignani (Catholic University of Milano / Italy)
Pierangela Samarati (Milano University / Italy)
Dieter Sommer (IBM Research / Switzerland)
Sandra Steinbrecher (TU Dresden / Germany)
Morton Swimmer (Trend Micro / USA)
Jozef Vyskoc (VaF / Slovakia)
Rigo Wenning (W3C / France)
Diane Whitehouse (The Castlegate Consultancy / UK)
Rose-Mharie Åhlfeld (Skövde University / Sweden)


Programme Committee for the ETICA stream:

Veikko Ikonen (VTT / Finland)
Jeroen van den Hoven (Technical University of Delft / The Netherlands)
Michael Rader (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology / Germany)
Philippe Goujon (University of Namur / Belgium)
Bernd Stahl (De Montfort University / UK)
Roger Dean (eema / UK)


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Prof. Dr. Simone Fischer-Hübner
Karlstad University
Department of Computer Science
Universitetsgatan 2
S 651 88 Karlstad / Sweden
Tel: +46  54 700 1723
Fax: +46  54 700 1828
http://www.cs.kau.se/~simone/
simone.fischer-huebner at kau.se
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