Monthly Archive: April 2017
Our annual graduate symposium is an opportunity to hear talks from experts in their fields, get a strong idea of the foundations and future challenges for computational trust research, and network with colleagues and peers in a friendly (and fun) environment. The current draft of the program can be found here.
We can promise stimulating talks and discussions and new colleagues, as well as a head start on the conference itself. Participation to the graduate symposium and main conference amounts to 1.5 ECTS credits. This will be supported by a participation certificate issued by the organizing committee. This symposium is especially worthwhile for graduate students and early career researchers.
The IFIPTM 2017 Organising Committee is very happy to announce that the conference program will be completed with three keynotes from practice and research:
- Siani Pearson (Hewlett Packard Enterprise): Strong Accountability and the New IT
- Mathias Widman (Volvo Group Telematics/WirelessCar): Extended vehicle trust and security — how hard can it be?
- Max Mühlhäuser (TU Darmstadt): Trust for Security – Security for Trust