[PET] Call for Contributions: GenoPri 2018, Deadline Extension

Emiliano De Cristofaro me at emilianodc.com
Sat Jun 16 16:54:14 BST 2018


Please note that the deadline has now been extended to June 25th, 11.59pm
AoE.

Cheers,
Emiliano


On Fri, Apr 20, 2018, 11:49 Emiliano De Cristofaro <me at emilianodc.com>
wrote:

> ============================================================
> ====================== Call for Contributions =====================
>
>              5th International Workshop on ​Genome Privacy and Security
>                            October 3 or 4 (TBC), 2018 - Basel,
> Switzerland
>                                                   (GenoPri 2018)
>                               Co-located with 6th GA4GH Plenary Meeting
>            https://www.genopri.org
>
> ============================================================
>
> ​The 5th edition of the GenoPri workshop will foster new ideas and
> spirited debates on all aspects of genome privacy and security. We are
> calling for engaging and informative 10-15 minute talks on genome privacy,
> with each talk to be followed by a 5-10 minute question period. Short,
> written talk proposals should be submitted by June 20, 2018 via Easychair
> (see details below). If accepted, the authors commit to present their work
> at the workshop.
>
> *** Topics of Interest
> .Access control for federated genomic networks
> .Applications of differential privacy to the protection of genomic data
> .Attacks on genome privacy
> .Efficient cryptographic techniques for enhancing security/privacy of
> genomic data
> .Ethical and legal issues in genomics
> .Experiences with fielding genomic privacy
> .Federating identification and authorization across multiple data holders
> .GDPR consent requirements: issues and challenges
> .Interdisciplinary projects addressing security/privacy for
> clinical/genomic data
> .Privacy issues in transcriptomics and proteomics
> .Privacy-preserving analysis and/or computation of genomic data
> .Privacy-preserving Implementation experiences
> .Privacy-preserving querying of genomic/clinical data
> .Quantification of genome privacy
> .(Re-)Identification attacks against anonymized/pseudonymized genomic data
> .Representing data use constraints for access mediation
> .Secure sharing of genomic data between different entities
> .Security and privacy metrics for quantifying leakage of genomic data
> .Standardizing researcher identity claims across a federated network
> .User perceptions of genomic privacy issues
>
> *** Who Could/Should Submit
> We invite submissions from scholars, clinicians, activists, developers,
> lawyers, ethics experts, public servants, and all around researchers in
> computer science, life sciences, biology, bioinformatics, law, data
> protection, ethics, public policy, and any others who can give a compelling
> talk about genome privacy and security.
> GA4GH and GenoPri attract world-renowned experts in this field: if you are
> excited to give a talk to such a group, and you think they would be excited
> to hear it, then you should submit.
> Submission of proposals to  report previously published works are also
> welcome.
>
> *** What to Submit
> We invite two-page talk proposals (single-column, single-spaced, using
> 10pt Times font and 1.8” margins) that give an overview of what you intend
> to present, including any results or conclusions you intend to share. We
> strive for engaging talks and focused discussions, and so proposals should
> display exciting ideas that can be communicated clearly and with brevity.
> Authors are welcome to link to additional sources of their work (e.g.,
> software, videos, websites, papers) within their proposal. We will strive
> to incorporate these additional sources into the review process, although
> comprehensive review of material beyond what is contained in the submission
> text is not guaranteed.
> A proposal must include a title and a list of authors responsible for the
> work to be presented, one of whom commits to give the talk. It must be no
> more than two pages including references and submitted as a Word or PDF
> document.
>
> *** Proceedings
> GenoPri will have no official proceedings, but accepted submissions will
> be made available on the GenoPri and GA4GH websites (authors may revise
> them after acceptance). Authors may have the option to include talk-related
> resources, such as slides or software, on the website. With speaker
> consent, recordings of GenoPri talks may be made during the workshop and
> put online.
>
> *** How to submit:
> Submissions should be made through Easychair:
>   https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=genopri2018
>
> *** Keynote Speakers:
> Ewan Birney (European Bioinformatics Institute)
> Gene Tsudik (University of California, Irvine)
>
> *** Program Co-Chairs:
> Dixie Baker, Martin, Blanck & Associates
> Emiliano De Cristofaro, University College London
>
>
>
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