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Dear Colleagues,

You are cordially invited to submit a paper to the 3rd International
Workshop on Trustworthy Ubiquitous Computing (TwUC 2008) which is going
to take place in Linz, Austria on november 24-26, 2008 in
conjunction with the 10th International Conference on Information
Integration and Web-based Applications & Services (iiWAS2008).

Could you please help us distribute the attached Call for Papers to
friends and colleagues who might be interested.

Best regards,

Thomas Grill

P.S.: This message is cross-posted to several lists. Apologies for
possible duplicate postings.

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CALL FOR PAPERS - TwUC 2008

Third International Workshop on Trustworthy Ubiquitous Computing (TwUC  
2008)

November 24-26, 2008 Linz, Austria

http://www.twuc.info

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The 3rd Workshop on Trustworthy Ubiquitous Computing (TwUC 2008) is  
held in
conjunction with IIWAS 2008, November 24-26, 2008, in Linz, Austria.

Ubiquitous applications are getting more and more to the market these  
days. In
spite of many applications and projects in the area of ubiquitous and  
pervasive
computing the success of this technologies and the acceptance from the  
user is
still low resulting from missing trust into computing systems  
introduced into
our real world.

TwUC was established to provide a forum to  scientists, engineers and  
industry
to address recent research results, to present and discuss their ideas,
theories, technologies, systems, tools, applications, work in progress  
and
experiences on all theoretical and practical issues and to elaborate  
about the
research areas of security, reliability and privacy which build the  
basis for
creating trustworthy interfaces and computing environments for people
interacting in ubiquitous environments.


TOPICS OF INTEREST

The conference program will include invited talks, peer reviewed full  
papers
around but not limited to the following topics:


-	Security in ubiquitous computing environments
	- security issues and technologies
	- usage policies
	- identity and access
	- threat and vulnerability
	- malicious software in ubiquitous environments
	- integrity
	- trusted computing
	- trusting platforms

-	Reliability in ubiquitous computing environments
	- software design
	- software quality and metrics
	- user perceived QoS
	- Methods and concepts to enhance and ensure availability

-	Privacy in ubiquitous computing environments
	- issues and appliances on privacy in ubiquitous computing environments
	- data and information ownership and souvereignity of social and  
technical
	methods for ensuring confidentiality

-	Usability in ubiquitous computing environments
	- Designing the user interface in ubiquitous environments
	- Designing Interaction for ubiquitous appliances
	- Usability Evaluation Methods in ubiquitous environments

IMPORTANT DATES

September 1, 2008	Paper submission
October 1, 2008		Acceptance Notification
October 15, 2008	Camera-Ready Papers
November 24-26,2008	TwUC 2008 Workshop

PUBLICATION

All accepted conference papers will be published in the Austrian  
Computer
Society book series. Distinguished papers, after further revisions,  
will be
published in selected journals. For a detailed list of journals please  
visit our
website http://www.twuc.info

SUBMISSION

The TwUC2008 workshop solicits full and short research papers. For  
detailed
information concerning the submission please visit our website
http://www.twuc.info

CONTACT

Thomas Grill
Department of Telecooperation
Johannes Kepler University Linz
Altenberger Str. 69 4040 Linz, Austria
Email: tom[at]iiwas.org

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