- 2015 Annual Privacy Forum focusing on Privacy Enhancing Technologies [posted on: 13/10/2015]
- CALL for academic papers EXTENDED [posted on: 03/06/2015]
CALL for academic papers EXTENDED
The deadline for the submission of papers has been extended to 31/5/2015.
We invite papers containing original work on topics including:
- Building privacy by design and by default
- Cryptography for privacy
- Identity management and privacy
- Location and mobility privacy
- Privacy and inference control in databases
- Privacy-friendly data correlation and migration techniques
- Privacy technologies attacks
- Privacy-enhanced access control and authentication/certification
- Privacy-friendly biometrics
- Privacy-friendly payment mechanisms for PETs and other services
- Privacy in online social networks
- Privacy, surveillance and cyber security
- Online privacy tools (anonymity support, anti-tracking)
- Privacy in sensor-based networks
- Privacy and big data
- Profiling and scoring techniques
- Anonymization and pseudonymization
- Reputation systems
- Reliability, robustness and abuse prevention in privacy systems
- Traffic analysis
- Economics of privacy and PETs
- Transparency- and awareness- enhancing tools
- Usability issues and user interfaces for PETs
- Teaching about privacy and PETs
- Privacy and non-discrimination
- Legal privacy issues
- Psychological and sociological privacy issues.
We particularly invite papers that make it explicit how the presented work can contribute to bridging the gap between research and policy, as well as multidisciplinary papers regarding the technological, legal and societal aspects of privacy. State of Knowledge papers (surveys) are also invited.
Instructions for paper submission
We invite submissions of original work; papers must not overlap substantially with papers that have been published or that are simultaneously submitted to a journal or a venue with proceedings. Submissions can be up to 16 pages long, excluding bibliography and appendices. Shorter submissions are encouraged. PC members are not required to read the appendices, so the paper should be self-contained and intelligible without them. Submissions must be written in English and need to comply with the Springer LNCS style guide, which can be found at:
Authors must submit their papers by the deadline indicated on the conference web site and follow the requirements stated there. All deadlines are firm.
Subject to the authors' consent, accepted papers will be published in Springer’s LNCS series.
Note: In order to promote the content of the APF it is proposed to publish proceedings using the services of the particular publisher. However, authors have the choice to publish with whoever they choose.
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