[PET] CPDP Multidisciplinary Privacy research award
claudia.diaz at esat.kuleuven.be
Sat Oct 20 22:14:49 BST 2012
nomination deadline for this multidisciplinary privacy research award is Nov 18
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> From: Ronald Leenes <r.e.leenes at uvt.nl>
> Subject: CPDP-2013 – CPDP Multidisciplinary Privacy research award
> Date: 19 Oct 2012 17:33:42 GMT+02:00
> To: Ronald Leenes <r.e.leenes at tilburguniversity.edu>
> Dear all (sorry for cross posting),
> Every year, during the CPDP (Computers, Privacy and Data Protection) conference in Brussels we award a prize for the best multidisicplinary privacy research paper of the preceding year. For the 2013 conference, to be held from 23-25 January 2013 in Brussels, we seek entrants representing the best papers published between November 1st 2011 and October 31st 2012.
> Please consider submitting your work for consideration and redistribute this call.
> Aim of the award
> It has been recognized that in order to achieve consistent and meaningful progress in data protection, diverse stakeholders – regulators, lawyers, privacy professionals, tech- nologists, service operators, and others – have to work together in order to understand and incorporate the requirements and technical/process limitations of each constitu- ency. However, research in the area of privacy and data protection continues to be segmented, with each constituency focusing on its own set of issues. The goal of this award, the CPDP multi-disciplinary privacy research award is to promote the need for and reward the results of multidisciplinary research.
> Eligible papers need to be co-authored by representatives of at least two different (scientific) disciplines, one technical, one non-technical (e.g., a lawyer and a computer scientist, a cryptographer and a policy researcher, an economist and a technologist). Preference is given to papers where authors combine their expertise to address both technical and societal issues. The topics of the eligible papers are broad and include the subjects below, but are not limited to these subjects:
> • Anonymity
> • Data minimization
> • Legal assessment of digital rights
> • User and device authentication
> • User controlled security and privacy
> • Innovative use of cryptography
> • Standardization of privacy and data protection technologies
> • Data protection legislation
> • Privacy enhancing technology
> • Privacy by Design
> • Trust in the digital economy
> • Economics of privacy and data protection
> • Other adjacent topics
> Eligibility and rules
> Participants should submit original papers co-authored by at least two researchers with different areas of expertise that have been published or accepted for publica- tion between November 1st 2011 and October 31st 2012. Authors should state their disciplinary background or domain of expertise and affiliation in the application. The maximum length of the submission is 20.000 words. The papers should address both societal and technical aspects of a problem and outline novel approaches to privacy and data protection. Review papers are not accepted.
> The prize consists of a trophy and 750€ in cash for the winning team. Travel, subsist- ence costs and a conference ticket will be covered by the CPDP conference for one representative of the winning team to be present at the award ceremony and pick up the award. The award is made possible with a financial contribution of the Intel Corporation.
> Submissions for the 2013 award are due on or before the 18th of november 2012 through https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=cpdpmpa2013
> The jury will select the finalists by December 9 and the winner by December 21th. The award will be presented during the CPDP 2013 conference 23-25 January 2013, in Brussels.
> what is CPDP?
> Every year in brussels, CPDP gathers policy makers, academics, computer scientists, consultants, practitioners and activists from all over the world to exchange ideas and discuss emerging issues in information technology, privacy, data protection and law.
> CPDP is a non profit platform originally founded in 2007 by research groups from the Vrije Universiteit Brussel, the Université de Namur and Tilburg University. From the start CPDP wanted to be more than just an academic platform. The mission is to gather all relevant stakeholders in an atmosphere of indepence and mutual respect. The platform was joined by the Institut National de Recherche en Informatique et en Automatique and the Fraunhofer Institut für System und Innovationsforschung. Today, under the CPDP umbrella, panels are organised by a multitude of institutes and research groups: the Zentrum Technik und Gesellschaft der TU Berlin, the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, the Fundamental Rights Agency, and others. Sponsor money is used to organize the platform, to support some speakers and PhD students and to set up the Multidiscipli- nary Privacy Paper Award.
> Further information on CPDP 2013 can be found on the CPDP website http://www.cpdpconferences.org.
> Prof.dr. Ronald Leenes
> Professor of Regulation by Technology at TILT
> Scientific Director PI.lab
> Tilburg University
> TILT - Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society
> P.O. Box 90153, 5000 LE Tilburg, the Netherlands
> +(31) 6 41 700572
> r.e.leenes at tilburguniversity.edu
> You can access my papers on the Social Science Research Network (SSRN) at:
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