Third Annual IDIS Workshop

The Identity in the Information Society Workshop has announced a call for papers for its third IDIS annual workshop. The workshop will take place May 26 - 28, 2010 in Rome, Italy. Paper submission deadline: December 10, 2009.

Third Annual IDIS Workshop

Identity in the Information Society Workshop (IDIS10)

May 26-28, 2010, Rome, Italy

The third IDIS annual workshop provides an opportunity to present leading edge research, exchange ideas, encourage collaboration, and build communities across the various research groups working on contemporary identity topics and in the related fields of privacy and
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IDIS10 explores the relationship between "Identity and Organizations", whether public or private sector, local or global, formal or informal, for-profit or not. We welcome contributions ranging across different disciplinary areas, reflecting the broad nature of the study area with its interwoven concerns of law, technology, and information systems alongside other social, political and management issues.

Topics might include, but are not limited to, the following:
• New identity technologies
• Emerging practices and behaviours enabled with identification
• Changing notions of identity: customers, citizens, and audiences
• Information and identity risks and how they are managed
• Surveillance and privacy issues
• Regulatory and legal issues

Important dates:
Submission of papers to Workshop (4-6000 words): 10 December 2009
Decision and Screening Feedback to authors: 19 February 2010
Presentation of selected papers at IDIS10 Workshop: 26-28 May 2010
Submission to IDIS Journal of revised selected papers: 25 June 2010
Feedback from reviewers to authors: 3 September 2010
Submission of final version papers: 5 November 2010
Publication in IDIS Journal from January 2011

Submit papers to IDIS Journal:
selecting "IDIS10 Workshop" article type.

Programme Committee members

David Barnard-Wills, University of Birmingham, UK; Kevin Bowyer,
University of Notre Dame, USA; Elisa Bertino, Purdue University, USA;
Claudia Diaz, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium; Riad Fawzi,
Central Bank, Egypt; Chiara Fonio, Università Cattolica, Italy; Seda
Gurses, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium; Edward Higgs,
University of Essex, UK; Krisana Kitiyadisai, Chulalongkorn
University, Thailand; Ann Light, Sheffield Hallam University, UK;
Yidong Liu, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China; Wainer Lusoli, ISPT,
JRC, Spain; Vashek Matyas, Masaryk University, Czech Republic; Katina
Michael, University of Wollongong, Australia; D.-O. Jaquet-Chiffelle,
Universities of Berne(BFH-TI) and Lausanne, Switzerland; Andreas
Pfitzmann, Technical University of Dresden, Germany; Irma van der
Ploeg, Zuyd University, Netherlands; Nancy Pouloudi, AUEB, Greece,
Charles Raab, University of Edinburgh, UK; Kenji Takahashi, NTT Labs,

Confirmed Keynote Speakers
Dr. Ann Cavoukian, Privacy Commissioner for Ontario, Canada;
Prof. Luciano Floridi, UNESCO Chair in Information Ethics, University
of Hertfordshire, and Fellow of St Cross College, Oxford;
Dr. George Tomko, Expert-in-Residence in IPSI at the University of

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