Important Dates

  • Paper submission:
    22nd June 2009
  • Notification:
    27th July 2009
  • Final version due:
    3rd September 2009
  • Workshop:
    9th September 2009

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Call for Papers

This call for papers can be downloaded as PDF or txt.

Papers Format

We invite submissions of full and short papers.

  • Full papers (limited to 12 pages) describe original research, case studies, or implementation experiences.
  • Short papers (limited to 4 pages) describe work-in-progress on ongoing research or properly motivated future research.

Theoretical and applied research papers are welcome. We encourage not only researchers with a computer science background, but also researchers with a more user-centric background such as social and behavioural sciences to submit their work to the workshop.

All papers must be written in English and they will be peer reviewed by at least three members of the Program Committee, and will be judged on novelty, technical soundness, comparison to related work, validation aspects etc. Papers should be formatted according to the Springer-Verlag LNCS guidelines.

Workshop Topics

Contributions, divided into three categories, should focus on combining Trust, Security, and Privacy with Context-awareness mainly, but not limited, to the following areas:

Context and Trust, Security and Privacy as an opportunity

  • Service Personalization
  • Policy languages
  • Identity management
  • Grid and Cloud computing
  • Communication protocols
  • Enhancement technologies
  • Service Oriented Architectures

Context and Trust, Security and Privacy as a threat

  • Social Impact
  • Data aggregation and integration
  • Context sources
  • Sensor and metering networks
  • User control
  • Performance and scalability
  • Ubiquitous computing

Context and Trust, Security and Privacy as application domain

  • Use cases and pilots
  • Usability, control and user awareness
  • Reputation and recommender systems
  • Bio-inspired networks
  • Formal models
  • Software Architectures
  • Information retrieval
  • Ubiquitous computing


Accepted papers will be published in a post-workshop CEUR-WS volume ( - ISSN 1613-0073). A preprinted hardcopy version of the proceedings will available at the workshop.