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Dr. Steve Marsh, Canada

Steve joined the Communications Research Centre, Canada in 2009 in the Network Systems group, where he is actively engaged in applications of trust and trust management to network and information security. Steve worked previously in the Information Security group at National Research Council Institute for Information Technology, and prior to that as a lecturer (assistant prof) at Stirling University in Scotland. He has been active in the field of computational trust since its inception, has served as program chair or committee member on numerous related international conferences, and his multidisciplinary work has resulted in several publications in the area as well as keynotes and invited presentations at international venues. He is an adjunct professor at University of New Brunswick (Computer Science), Carleton University (Cognitive Science) and the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (Business and IT) and has been a visiting research fellow at Northumbria University, Newcastle, UK (Psychology). Steve holds a PhD (1994) in Computational Trust from Stirling University, Computing Science.