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PST'05: Call For Participation

Third Annual Conference on
Privacy, Security and Trust

Call For Papers ______________________________ ____ _PDF format

PST2005 is aimed at scientists, educators, business people, technologists, futurists, and others who have a vision and an understanding of the big challenges (and accompanying advances) that should shape the research agenda in privacy, security and trust.
We are seeking visionaries from all disciplines in academia, industry and the public sector who are pursuing fundamental advances to re-architect cyberspace - to create an information and communications infrastructure that is private, secure and trustworthy for researchers, businesses, government and our citizens. This new cyber environment will allow Canadians to take full advantage of advanced applications of technology in e-Government, e-Health, e-Learning and e-Commerce.

PST2005 will present a stimulating mix of keynote speakers, research papers, panel discussions and social events that will facilitate:

  • Meeting the Canadian PST community
  • Networking with fellow researchers and professionals
  • Posing important questions
  • Defining technical and social challenges
  • Exposing and sharing current research
  • Discussing the tools practitioners need researchers to develop
  • Identifying the gaps and tackling the big issues - the exciting, deep challenges yet to be met in PST research
  • Staying abreast of the threats and risks in cyberspace

PST2005 will be of special interest to:

  • PST researchers and research administrators
  • Decision makers in the private and public sectors
  • Public and private sector policy makers
  • Developers of IT Security Products
  • Representatives of Regulating Authorities and industry associations
  • IT and Information Security Specialists
  • Standards Specialists
  • Public sector Managers (government authorities enforcement agencies)
  • Policy Makers/Corporate Leaders
  • Legal community
  • Privacy officers
  • Military and Law Enforcement communities
  • Risk managers

Submissions of papers and posters are encouraged in areas as diverse as, but not limited to:

  • Privacy Preserving/Enhancing Technologies
  • Critical Infrastructure Protection
  • Identity and Trust management
  • Network and Wireless Security
  • Intrusion Detection Systems and Technologies
  • Security, eSecurity, Secure Software Development and Architecture
  • Representations and formalizations of Trust in electronic and physical social systems
  • PST challenges in eHealth, eLearning, eGovernment and eCommerce
  • Trust technologies, technologies for building trust
  • Observations of PST in practice, society, policy and legislation
  • Digital Rights Management
  • Human Computer Interaction and PST
  • Implications of, and technologies for, Lawful Surveillance
  • Information filtering, recommendation, reputation and delivery technologies, handling spam
  • Anonymity
  • Biometrics, National ID cards, identity theft
  • RFID and associated technologies

All accepted papers and abstracts will be published in conference proceedings. In addition, a new Journal of Privacy, Security and Trust is under negotiation and selected papers may be expanded for submission to its inaugural issue.The winner of the Best Student Paper completion will receive an award.

Submissions are encouraged as long papers (12 pages) short papers (4-5 pages) and posters. Submissions should be in the IEEE format, with the first page bearing authors' affiliations, names and contact details. Details are available at http://www.ieee.org/organizations/pubs/transactions/stylesheets.htm.

Electronic Paper Submission Deadline (Extended): May 9, 2005
Workshop and Tutorial Proposals : May 1, 2005
Workshop Notification of Acceptance May 15, 2005
Notification of Acceptance: July 15, 2005
Final Manuscript Due: July 30, 2005
Workshops October 12, 2005
Conference: October 12-14, 2005

Conference Chairs

General Co-chairs:

Greg Sprague, National Research Council Canada (Greg.Sprague@nrc-cnrc.gc.ca)Tel:506-444-0492
Mailing address:
National Research Council Canada
Institute for Information Technology - e-Business
Project Manager: Privacy, Security & Trust
46 Dineen Drive, Fredericton, NB Canada E3B 9W4

Elliott Keizer, University of New Brunswick Research Services (ekeizer@unb.ca)
Program Chairs: Ali Ghorbani, University of New Brunswick (ghorbani@unb.ca)
  Stephen Marsh, National Research Council Canada (Steve.Marsh@nrc-cnrc.gc.ca)

Workshop Chair:

David Townsend, University of New Brunswick (townsend@unb.ca)
Local Arrangement Chair: Rik Hall, University of New Brunswick
Publication & Web Chair: Ilia Goldfarb, National Research Council Canada (Ilia.Goldfarb@nrc-cnrc.gc.ca)

Program Committee

Carlisle Adams University of Ottawa , Canada

Pam Briggs

Northumbria University , UK

Scott Buffett

National Research Council Canada

Cristiano Castelfranchi

NRC Italy

Martin Clemens

University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada

Piotr Cofta Media Lab Europe, Ireland
Lorrie Cranor Carnegie Mellon University, USA

Mark Dibben

Lincoln University , New Zealand

Ishbel Duncan

St Andrews University , Scotland

Rino Falcone

NRC Italy

Scott Flinn

National Research Council Canada

Michael Geist

University of Ottawa. Canada

Ian Goldberg Zero Knowledge Systems, Canada

Jim Greer

University of Saskatchewan , Dept. of Computer Science, Canada

Khaled Hassanein

McMaster University, DeGroote School of Business, Canada

Milena Head McMaster University, DeGroote School of Business, Canada

Patrick Hung

University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada

Christian Damsgaard Jensen

Technical University of Denmark - Informatics & Mathematical Modeling, Denmark

Dawn Jutla

Saint Mary's University, Canada

Larry Korba

National Research Council Canada

Stephane Lo Presti

U. of Southampton, UK

David Martin University of Massachusetts at Lowell, USA
Mark McIntyre DRDC, Ottawa, Canada

Miguel Vargas Martin

University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada

Ali Miri University of Ottawa, Canada

Andrew Patrick

National Research Council Canada

Rod Savoie

National Research Council Canada

Bernadette Schell

University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Canada

Scott Knight

Royal Military College of Canada

Jean-Marc Seigneur

Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

Mehdi Shajari

University of New Brunswick / NRC, Canada

Anna Shubina

Dartmouth College, USA

Sean Smith

Dartmouth College, USA

Bruce Spencer

University of New Brunswick, Canada

Tim Symchych Communications Research Centre, Ottawa, Canada

David Townsend

University of New Brunswick, Canada

Mohammad Zulkernine

Queen's University, Canada

Submissions should be sent to PST2005-sub@nrc-cnrc.gc.ca in PDFor Microsoft Word file format.

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