We are proud to announce that the Swedish Chapter of the IEEE Computer Society will be the technical co-sponsor of this year’s IFIPTM edition.
Our annual graduate symposium is an opportunity to hear talks from experts in their fields, get a strong idea of the foundations and future challenges for computational trust research, and network with colleagues and peers in a friendly (and fun) environment. The current draft of the program can be found here.
We can promise stimulating talks and discussions and new colleagues, as well as a head start on the conference itself. Participation to the graduate symposium and main conference amounts to 1.5 ECTS credits. This will be supported by a participation certificate issued by the organizing committee. This symposium is especially worthwhile for graduate students and early career researchers.
The IFIPTM 2017 Organising Committee is very happy to announce that the conference program will be completed with three keynotes from practice and research:
- Siani Pearson (Hewlett Packard Enterprise): Strong Accountability and the New IT
- Mathias Widman (Volvo Group Telematics/WirelessCar): Extended vehicle trust and security — how hard can it be?
- Max Mühlhäuser (TU Darmstadt): Trust for Security – Security for Trust
We are very happy to announce that a total of 14 high-quality papers have been accepted for IFIPTM 2017. Please see the list of accepted papers for an overview. At this point, we would like to thank the program committee who has done an excellent job reviewing, discussing, and shepherding the papers and helped us put together an excellent selection of papers. We are looking forward to the presentations in Gothenburg!
You are welcome to register at the special early bird registration rate of 5000 SEK on the registration page.
Student registration fee is 3000 SEK. Participation in the Graduate Symposium is 500 SEK.
The IFIPTM 2017 Organising Committee is very happy to announce that this year’s edition of the conference will again offer a chance for (post-)graduate students to discuss their work with experts in the field and get insights into the current research in trust management. We are also looking forward to see the presentations of the students participating in they symposium in the main conference!
For more information, please refer to the Call for Graduate Symposium.
We are very happy to announce that Information and Communication Technology Area of Advance will sponsor IFIPTM 2017. Chalmers Areas of Advance are organised as strong, challenge-driven thematic platforms for strategy and long-term collaboration that hunt down specific challenges, often directly relevant for industry and society. They also offer common access to cutting-edge research infrastructures as well as to several targeted centres. The Information and Communication Technology Area of Advance contributes to a smarter, more sustainable society driven by ground-breaking, innovative solutions in ICT.
We are very happy to announce that authors of selected papers will be invited to extend and improve their contributions for a special issue of the Web Intelligence journal (IOS Press).
IFIPTM, the IFIP WG 11.11 International Conference on Trust Management is coming to Gothenburg! There, the trust management community will convene for five days and engage in inspiring talks, technical demonstrations, a graduate symposium, and many other activities. The mission of the IFIP TM Conference is to share research solutions to problems of Trust and Trust management, including related Security and Privacy issues, and to identify new issues and directions for future research and development work.
This year, we are particularly happy to offer a Special Track on “Trust on the Road”. Gothenburg is home of the Volvo group and a host of automotive suppliers. In cooperation with the local industry, IFIPTM 2017 will explore the role trust plays in the increasingly connected fleets of the future.
Gothenburg is a premier spot at the coast of Kattegat, where the Baltic and North sea connect. It is a lively metropolis with a rich industrial and cultural history. In recent years, Gothenburg has re-invented itself as a city of innovation, knowledge, service, outdoor recreation, and nightlife. The city is home to more than 50.000 students, Scandinavia’s largest sea port, two universities, and is one of the fastest growing areas in Sweden. At the same time, Gothenburg was and is open to the world. The fact that Gothenburg is one of the two official names of the city (the other being Göteborg) is a testament to this fact.
The entire IFIPTM 2017 team is looking forward to welcoming you in this vibrant and beautiful city!