Description

Trust has been a research area in social sciences for a long time however it is a new area in computing motivated by trust models for e-commerce. Trust is an open and challenging research area.

 

Trusted computing methods consistently outperformed previous generations of cryptographic techniques in domains where computation and energy resources are limited. They provide a flexible and expressive security framework that has been successfully applied to a wide range of real world problems.

 

Due to the current emerging problems of privacy, the new generation of trust algorithms and architectures are expected to solve increasingly challenging security problems. This must be done under growing constraints such as computational resources, memory budget and energy consumption. For these reasons, new ideas have to come up in the field of trusted computing, such as novel algorithms, to fill the gap that now exists with the most recent trust paradigms.

 

The purpose of this special session is to highlight recent advances in Trust. In particular, this session welcomes contributions toward the solution of the weaknesses (e.g. scalability, computational efficiency) and the improvement of the strengths (e.g. the ability of dealing with limited resources) of the state of the art Trust methods. We also encourage the submission of new theoretical results in the statistical aspects of Trust and innovative solutions to real world problems.

Call for paper

Topics of submission

In particular, topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Trust semantics, metrics and models
- Trusted computing platform

- Trusted network computing

- Trusted operating systems

- Trusted software and applications

- Trust in social networks

- Trust in e-commerce and e-government

- Trust in mobile and wireless communications

- Risk and reputation management

- Survivable computer systems/networks

- Trust of 5G

- Miscellaneous trust issues
- Trust in cloud computing 

- Privacy, trust and big data 

- Trustworthiness in social networking services and social media
- Identity Management and Trust 

- Anonymity, privacy and accountability 

- Identity and personal information brokering 

- Legal aspects
- Pervasive and trusted platforms and infrastructure
- Security-, privacy-, and trust-enhancing technologies
- Trustworthy infrastructure for content delivery networks
- Trust in ubiquitous applications and services: connected vehicles, healthcare, homes, etc.
- Trust in cloud computing
- Privacy, trust and big data
- Trustworthiness in social networking services and social media
- Trustworthy location-based services
- Trust-based and trust-aware policy managements in various domains
- Trust in social networks and emerging contexts
- Trust in collaborative applications, crowd-sourcing and wiki systems
- Case studies and applications
- Trust, control and reputation effects in social networking
- Architectures and models of trust and reputation systems
- Trust metrics and computation
- Secure, trustworthy and privacy-aware systems, platforms and standards, software and services
- Trust in Cloud environments
- Large Identity Management Systems like UID/SSN, Banks, Mobile user groups
- Trust management for large user groups including machines and humans
- Applications to relevant Real-World Problems 

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  • Yusuf Ozturk
  • yozturk@mail.sdsu.edu