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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14:10-14:20 Opening of the Workshop
14:20-15:20 Invited Talk: Trust Management in Context-Aware and Service-Oriented Architectures
Ricardo Neisse (Fraunhofer-Institute for Experimental Software Engineering, Germany)
Abstract: In service-oriented architectures, complex and across-domain business processes are dynamically composed from basic services, which are used as building blocks. In an open-service market, the dynamic re-assignment of service providers relies upon appropriate trust management requirements. In context-aware and service-oriented architectures, additional trust requirements are in place, because of the use of private sensitive information which is collected from sensors and information providers surrounding the end-users’ physical space. This talk briefly discusses the social and legal requirements concerning the use of contextual information, it describes the policy issues that challenge today's architecture design practice, and it surveys on trust and policy management solutions in supporting end-users and service consumers in a service-oriented scenario.
15:20-15:45 Context-Aware Identity Delegation: A User-Centric Approach
Naveed Ahmed and Christian D. Jensen (Tech. Univ. of Denmark)
15:45-16:15 Coffee break
16:15-16:40 POIsafe: a Privacy-Conscious System for Retrieval of Points of Interest
Daniele Riboni, Linda Pareschi, and Claudio Bettini (Univ. of Milano)
16:40-17:05 Portable Reputation: Proving ownership across portals
Sandeep S. Kumar and Paul Koster (Philips Research)
17:05-17:30 Identity Metasystem in Location Based Persistent Authentication
Hasan I. Akram (Fraunhofer-Institute), Christian D. Jensen (Tech. Univ. of Denmark), Mario Hoffmann (Fraunhofer-Institute)
17:30-17:45 Closing of the Workshop