[wearables] CFP: Workshop on Pervasive Computing and Communication Security (fwd from tech-wearables at bobmayo.com)

Eugen Leitl eugen at leitl.org
Fri Sep 3 04:44:15 EDT 2004

From: Bob Mayo <tech-wearables at bobmayo.com>
Subject: [wearables] CFP: Workshop on Pervasive Computing and Communication Security
To: wearables at cc.gatech.edu
Date: Thu, 2 Sep 2004 16:36:15 -0700 (PDT)
Reply-To: tech-wearables at bobmayo.com

                            CALL FOR PAPERS

                              PerSec 2005

     Second IEEE International Workshop on Pervasive Computing and
                         Communication Security

               Held in conjunction with IEEE PerCom 2005

                8 March 2005, Kauai island, Hawaii, USA


Research in pervasive computing continues to gain momentum. The importance of
security and privacy in a pervasive computing environment cannot be
underestimated. PerSec 2005 will bring together the world's experts on this
topic and provide an international forum to stimulate and disseminate original
research ideas and results in this field.

Contributions are solicited in all aspects of security and privacy in pervasive
computing, including:

Models for access control, authentication and privacy management.

Incorporation of contextual information into security and privacy models, and

Management of tradeoffs between security, usability, performance, power
consumption and other attributes.

Architectures and engineering approaches to fit security and privacy features
into mobile and wearable devices.

Biometric methods for pervasive computing.

Descriptions of pilot programs, case studies, applications, and experiments
integrating security into pervasive computing.

Auditing and forensic information management in pervasive settings.

Protocols for trust management in networks for pervasive computing.

Incorporation of security into communication protocols, computing architectures
and user interface designs for pervasive computing.

Impact of security and privacy in relation to the social, legal, educational
and economic implications of pervasive computing.


Papers must be sent to persec-2005 at cl.cam.ac.uk as file attachments in Adobe
PDF format.

Papers must have authors' affiliation and contact information on the first

Papers must be unpublished and not being considered elsewhere for publication.
In particular, papers submitted to PerSec must not be concurrently submitted to
PerCom in identical or modified form.

Papers must be formatted in strict accordance with the IEEE Computer Society
author guidelines published at
ftp://pubftp.computer.org/Press/Outgoing/proceedings/INSTRUCT.HTM. For your
convenience, templates are available at
ftp://pubftp.computer.org/Press/Outgoing/proceedings/. LaTeX is recommended.

Papers are limited to 5 pages in IEEE 8.5x11 conference
format. Excessively long papers will be returned without review.

Papers selected for presentation will be published in the Workshop Proceedings
of PerCom 2005 by IEEE Press.


Paper submission: 13 September 2004

Acceptance Notification: 15 November 2004

Camera-ready manuscripts: 29 November 2004

PerSec Workshop: 8 March 2005 (first day of PerCom, which runs until the 


     * Frank Stajano, University of Cambridge, UK
     * Roshan Thomas, McAfee Research, USA


     * Boris Dragovic, University of Cambridge, UK

Contact email (goes to co-chairs and secretary): persec-2005 at 


     * Ravi Sandhu, George Mason University, USA


     * Tuomas Aura, Microsoft Research, UK
     * Mark Corner, UMass, USA
     * Srini Devadas, MIT, USA
     * Boris Dragovic, University of Cambridge, UK
     * Naranker Dulay, Imperial College, UK
     * Kris Gaj, George Mason University, USA
     * Robert Grimm, NYU, USA
     * Dieter Hutter, DFKI, Germany
     * Ari Juels, RSA Laboratories, USA
     * Tim Kindberg, HP Labs Bristol, UK
     * Cetin Kaya Koc, Oregon State University, USA
     * Marc Langheinrich, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
     * Mark Lomas, BIICL, UK
     * Robert N. Mayo, HP Labs Palo Alto, USA
     * Refik Molva, Eurecom, France
     * Kai Rannenberg, University of Frankfurt, Germany
     * Stephen Weis, MIT


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