Calls and submission

Call For Papers

IFIPTM2012 invites submissions presenting novel research on all topics related to Trust, Security and Privacy, including but not limited to those listed below:

Security, trust and privacy in Information Technology

  • Formal aspects (specification, reasoning , analysis)
  • Trust-based and trust-aware IT policy management
  • Trust social networks and emerging contexts
  • Trust In collaborative applications, crowd-sourcing and wiki systemsHuman-computer interaction and usable systems
  • Case studies and applications

Social-Technical, Economic and Sociological Trust

  • Economic modeling of trust, risk and control; economics of trusted data quality
  • Trust, control and reputation effects in social networking, e- and m-commerce
  • Trust and sociomateriality; Socio-technical action network structures; Biological trust
  • Ethical, sociological, psychological,legal aspects

Trust and reputation management systems

  • Architectures and models
  • Metrics and computation
  • Applications

Identity management and trust

  • Anonymity, privacy and accountability
  • Identity and personal information brokering
  • Legal aspects

Trustworthy systems

  • Platforms and standards
  • Software and services
  • Applications

Trust building in Large scale systems

  • Trust in Cloud environments
  • Large Identity Management Systems like UID/SSN, Banks, Mobile user groups
  • Trust management for large user groups including machine and human participation

Submitted full papers must not exceed 16 pages in length, including bibliography and well-marked appendices (short papers must not exceed 8 pages in length). Papers can be submitted using EasyChair: Please use the LNCS templates and style files available from

Accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings, to be published by Springer in the series of “IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology (AICT)” under  the auspices of the IFIP WG 11.11 on Trust Management. Submissions must be in English and conform to the "Springer LNCS Series" format since the IFIP AICT templates are not yet fully ready.

Call For Posters

IFIPTM 2012 welcomes submissions of posters that focus on any relevant topic under the theme Trust, Security and Privacy.
Posters can present student projects (Bachelor, Master's or PhD) or any other relevant study,  idea or project. Posters should be visually easy to read, e.g., combining text and illustrative  diagrams, rather than text only.
Posters will be presented in poster-style (i.e. interactive presentation) at the IFIPTM 2012 demo booth. Posters should be a single page in A1 format. A short paper to accompany the post, of no more than four pages, should be prepared and formatted using the same format as specified for main conference papers, and should not exceed 4 pages in length including bibliography and well-marked appendices. 
Poster papers will be published in locally printed proceedings with an official ISSN number. Poster presenters should bring their own A1 formatted poster to the conference venue on the poster presentation date.

Submission of posters proposals should be made by sending an email to

Call For Demonstrations

Demonstrations should demonstrate to attendees, innovative solutions to major and significant topics addressed by the conference. Demonstrations should exhibit new research results and projects, industrial products, explore new business models, or illustrate new governmental frameworks and policies. They should allow members of the community to interactively discover and explore new paradigms or solutions through motivated examples.
A description of the demonstration must be submitted as a document of up to 4 pages in length. The description can consist of slides, in which case 8 slides (assuming 2 slides per page) is the maximum length.

Submission of demonstrations proposals should be made by sending an email to

Call For Tutorials, Panels and Special Sessions

Tutorials should survey, explain and discuss research works and projects, industrial products and markets, or governmental frameworks and policies. They should allow members of the community to interactively gain specialist knowledge or skills, discover new paradigms or problematics through motivated examples, compare existing approaches and concepts, and possibly put them in practice. Tutorials should cover a varied range of issues and not be used to promote a single research approach or a product. Tutorial descriptions should consist of the title, abstract, contents, target audience, and tutor bio.

Proposals for panels and special sessions are also welcome. They should be no more than two pages in length. Panel proposals should include a description of the topic addressed by the panel, the name of the panel moderator, and a prospective list of panel members. Proposals for special sessions should indicate the scope of the session and the name of the session chair.

Submission of tutorials, panels and special sessions proposals should be made by sending an email to

Call For Workshops

Workshops should stimulate and facilitate an atmosphere of active and constructive exchange on current issues of interest. They should allow members of the community to compare and discuss approaches, methods, and concepts about specific topics addressed by the conference.

Submission of workshops proposals should be made by sending an email to