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The Summer School will start on Sunday evening, 19:00, with a welcome reception and will end Friday early afternoon. Further programme details will be announced soon.

  Sun Mon Tue Wed Thur Fri
8:00 Breakfast Breakfast Breakfast Breakfast Breakfast
9:00           Keynote
10:00   Keynote  Keynote  Keynote  Keynote  presentations
11:00   presentations presentations presentations presentations & Parallel 
12:00           workshops
13:00   Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch
14:00         Parallel Panel
15:00   Parallel  Parallel Parallel workshops Summing up
16:00   workshops workshops workshops Summing up  
17:00     Summing up   Tour to Kronberg   
18:00   Summing up Guided city tour Summing up castle (Denmark)  
19:00 Welcome           
20:00 reception   Dinner      
21:00 & early          
22:00 registration          

PrimeLife/IFIP Summer School Programme, 2-6 August 2010, Helsingborg/Sweden

A pdf version of the programme can be downloaded at here

Sunday, 1st of August, 2010:
19:00-21:00: Early registration at the Clarion Grand Hotel,
Welcome reception

Monday, 2nd of August, 2010:
Main Topic Privacy and Identity Management for Life

Morning keynote sessions at Jakob Hansens Hus
(Norra Storgatan 21, http://www.jacobhansenshus.se/)

8:30: Registration
9:00: Opening session, Welcome
Keynote Session 1 (Chair: Simone Fischer-Hübner):
9:20-10:20: Keynote Speech: Jan Camenisch (IBM Research):
"Privacy and Identity Management - Cryptographic Challenges"
10:20-10:50: Coffee
Keynote Session 2 (Chair: Diane Whitehouse):
10:50-11:50: Keynote Speech: Andreas Pfitzmann (TU Dresden):
"Lifelong Privacy" [slides download]
11:50-12:50: Keynote Speech: Claire Vishik (Intel):
"Privacy models and building trusted environments"

Lunch and afternoon sessions at Clarion Grand Hotel
(Stortorget 8-12, http://www.clarionhelsingborg.se/)
13:00-14:00: Lunch

14:00-15:40: Parallel workshops
Workshop 1: Terminology (Chair: Rigo Wenning, Room: Stenbocksalen)
º Philip Schuetz and Michael Friedewald. What are we actually talking about? - A multidisciplinary approach to privacy (and data protection) [slides download]
º Manuela Berg and Katrin Borcea-Pfitzmann. Implementability of the Identity Management Part in Pfitzmann/Hansen's Terminology for a Complex Digital World [slides download]
Workhop 2: Privacy Metrics (Chair: Lothar Fritsch, Room: Pärlan)
º Stefan Berthold. Towards Formal Languages for Privacy Options [slides download]
º Lisa Rajbhandari and Einar Arthur Snekkenes. Using Game Theory to analyze Risk to Privacy [slides download]
Workshop 3: Joint IFIP WG 9.2 & ETICA workshop on Computer Ethics (Chairs: Penny Duquenoy, Bernd Stahl & Diane Whitehouse, Room: Storm)
15:40-16:10: Coffee
16:10-17:50: Parallel workshops
Workshop 4: Identity Management Systems (Chair: Jan Camenisch, Room: Pärlan)
º Ebenezer Paintsil and Lothar Fritsch. A taxonomy of Privacy and Security risks contributing factors.
º Joseph Adjei. Identity Management in Developing Countries: The e-zwich Project in Ghana
Workshop 5: Privacy Concerns and Risks (in cooperation with ETICA, Chair: Bernd Stahl, Room: Storm)
º Michael Dowd. Contextualised concerns: The online privacy attitudes of young adults [slides download]
º Ina Schiering. Cloud Computing - Starting Points for Privacy and Transparency [slides download]
Workshop 6: Data Protection Management (Chair: Hans Hedbom, Room: Stenbocksalen)
º Sebastian Haas, Ralph Herkenhöhner and Denis Royer. Supporting semi-automated compliance control by a system design based on the concept of separation of concerns
º Thomas Keenan. Oops - We Didn't Mean to Do That! - How Unintended Consequences Can Hijack Good Privacy and Security Policies [slides download]
17:50-18:15: Summing up Day 1 (Room: Stenbocksalen)

Tuesday, 3rd of August, 2010:
Main Topic: E-Government and User Control

Morning keynote sessions at Jakob Hansens Hus

Keynote Session 3 (Chair: Kai Rannenberg):
9:00-10:00: Keynote Speech: Alessandro Acquisti (Carnegie Mellon University):
"Privacy and the Illusion of Control"
10:00-10:30: Coffee
Keynote Session 4 (Chair: Marit Hansen):
10:30-11:30: Keynote Speech: Herbert Leitold (TU Graz):
"Challenges of eID interoperability: What we learn(ed) from the STORK journey?" [slides download]
11:30-12:30: Keynote Speech: Jan Möller (German Ministry of the Interior):
"The German Identity Cards (Draft Title)"

Lunch and afternoon sessions at Clarion Grand Hotel
12:30-13:30: Lunch

13:30-15:10: Parallel workshops
Workshop 7: eID cards (Chair: Ronald Leenes, Room: Stenbocksalen)
º Harald Zwingelberg. Assessing the necessity for collecting personal data from the new German eID card [slides download]
º Jan Vossaert, Pieter Verhaeghe, Bart De Decker and Vincent Naessens. A smart card based solution for user-centric identity management [slides download]
Workshop 8: Emerging Technologies (Chair: Norberto Patrignani, Room: Pärlan)
º Ton van Deursen. 50 ways to break RFID privacy [slides download]
º Matthias Pocs. How to build a better Eurodac? Legality of large-scale biometric identification systems, in particular, for fighting duplicate application for national ID cards, utilizing renewable and irreversible conversion
Workshop 9: Privacy for eGovernment and AAL Applications (Chair: Diane Whitehouse, Room: Storm)
º Stefan Strauß. The limits of control - emerging privacy challenges for (governmental) identity management
º Peter Rothenpieler, Claudia Becker and Stefan Fischer. Privacy concerns in a remote monitoring and social networking  platform for  assisted living [slides download]
15:10-15:40: Coffee
15:40-17:00: Panel Discussion: What is the meaning of Lifelong Privacy? (Room: Stenbocksalen)
Chair: Marit Hansen, Panelists: Bibi van den Berg, Sonja Buchegger, Jan Camenisch, Timothy Edgar, Andreas Pfitzmann, Diane Whitehouse
17:00-17:20: Summing up Day 2 (Room: Stenbocksalen)
18:00: Guided City Tour
19:30: Conference Dinner at Barfota by the Beach

Wednesday, 4th of August, 2010: Main Topic: Social Networks, Web 2.0

Morning keynote sessions at Jakob Hansens Hus

Keynote Session 5 (Chair: Andreas Pfitzmann):
9:00-10:00: Keynote Speech: Bibi van den Berg(Tilburg University):
"The uncanny valley everywhere: On autonomic technologies and privacy"
10:00-10:30: Coffee
(Keynote Session 6 (Chair: Ronald Leenes):
10:30-11:30: Keynote Speech: Sonja Buchegger (Royal Institute of Technology):
"Provider-less privacy-preserving peer-to-peer social networks - the PeerSoN project"
11:30-12:30: Keynote Speech: Kai Rannenberg (Goethe University Frankfurt):
"Towards an Economic Valuation of Telco-based Identity Management Enablers" [slides download]

Lunch and afternoon sessions at Clarion Grand Hotel
12:30-13:30: Lunch

13:30-15:10 Parallel workshops
Workshop 10: Social Networks & Privacy (Chair: Bibi van den Berg, Room: Stenbocksalen)
º Aleksandra Kuczerawy. Privacy settings in Social Networking Sites: is it fair?
º Jaromir Dobias. Web Bugs. Secret Tracking of Users by Users
Workshop 11: Mobile Identity Management and Economic Aspects (Chair: Kai Rannenberg, Room: Pärlan)
º Breakout Session for Kai Rannenberg's keynote: Towards an Economic Valuation of Telco-based Identity Management Enablers
º Anna Vapen and Nahid Shahmehri. Security Levels for Web Authentication using Mobile Phones [slides download]
Workshop 12: Privacy by Crypto - Part I, by Jan Camenisch & Anna Lysyanskaya (Room: Storm) [slides download]
15:10-15:40: Coffee
15:40-17:20: Parallel workshops
Workshop 13: Web 2.0 (Chair: Tom Keenan, Room: Pärlan)
º Christian Weber. eScience and Shared Workspaces: Enabler for next generation research environment [slides download]
º Michael Marhoefer and Gökhan Bal. Controlling the Flow of PII to Web 2.0 beyond current Identity Service Provisioning [slides download]
Workshop 14: Privacy by Crypto - Part II, by Jan Camenisch & Anna Lysyanskaya (Room: Storm) [slides download]
Workshop 15: Policies - Part 1 (Chair: Gregory Neven, Room Stenbocksalen)
º Ioannis Agrafiotis, Sadie Creese, Michael Goldsmith, Nikolaos Papanikolaou, Marco Casassa Mont and Siani Pearson. Defining Consent and Revocation Policies
º Marco Casassa Mont, Siani Pearson, Sadie Creese, Michael Goldsmith and Nikolaos Papanikolaou. EnCoRe: Towards A Conceptual Model for Privacy Policies
17:20-17: 50: Summing up Day-3 (Room: Stenbocksalen)

Thursday, 5th of August, 2010:
Main Topic: Policies & Crypto

Morning keynote sessions at Jakob Hansens Hus

Keynote Session 8 (Chair: Jan Camenisch):
9:00-10:00: Keynote Speech: Timothy Edgar (The White House):
"National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace (NSTIC)"
10:00-10:30: Coffee
Keynote Session 9 (Chair. Bibi van den Berg):
10:30-11:30: Keynote Speech: Gregory Neven (IBM Research):
"Privacy Policies in PrimeLife" [slides download]
11:30-12:30: Keynote Speech: Anna Lysyanskaya (Brown University):
"Privacy by Crypto"

Lunch and afternoon sessions at Clarion Grand Hotel
12:30-13:30: Lunch

13:30-15:10: Parallel workshops
Workshop 16: Usability - Part I (by Chair: Erik Wästlund) (Room: Pärlan)
º Periambal L. Coopamootoo and Debi Ashenden. Designing usable online privacy mechanisms: What can we learn from real world behaviour?
º Ulrich König. "Primelife Checkout" - a Privacy enabling user interface.
Workshop 17: Policies - Part 2 (Chair: Gregory Neven, Room: Stenbocksalen)
º Ioannis Agrafiotis, Sadie Creese, Michael Goldsmith and Nikolaos Papanikolaou. Applying formal methods to detect and resolve ambiguities in privacy requirements
º Siani Pearson and Azzedine Benameur. Decision Support for Design for Privacy: A System Focused on Privacy by Policy
Workshop 18: Work in Progress - Rump Session (Chair: Marit Hansen, Room: Storm)
º Patrizia Bertini. Understanding data quality in the organisation: A social constructivist approach
º Stefano Ricci. Privacy with or without confidentiality model
º Feargal O'Kane. Online privacy: the views of young people across Europe
º other presentations
15:10-15:40: Coffee
15:40-16:00: Summing up Day 4 (Room: Stenbocksalen)
16:15: Tour to Kronborg (Hamlet) Castle in Denmark

Friday, 6th of August, 2010:
Main Topic: Emerging Technologies, Trends & Ethics

Morning keynote sessions at Jakob Hansens Hus

Keynote Session 9 (Chair: Rigo Wenning):
9:00-10:00: Keynote Speech: Alma Whitten (Google):
Title to be announced
10:00-10:30: Coffee
Keynote Session 10 (Chair: Penny Duquenoy):
10:30-11:30: Keynote Speech: Bernd Stahl (ETICA project):
"Ethics and Privacy in Emerging Information and Communication Technologies"

Lunch and afternoon sessions at Clarion Grand Hotel
11:30-12:30: Lunch

12:30-13:20: Parallel workshops
Workshop 19 (cont.): Usability - Part II (Chair: Erik Wästlund, Room: Pärlan)
º Leif-Erik Holtz. Displaying privacy information with icons [slides download]
Workshop 20: Emerging Technologies and Ethics (ETICA) (Chair: Bernd Stahl, Room: Storm)
º Catherine Flick and Philippe Goujon. Introducing ethical reflexivity to technology governance: from theory to practice
Workshop 21: Policies - Part 3 (Chair: Gregory Neven, Room: Stenbocksalen)
º Kaniz Fatema, David Chadwick and Stijn Lievens. A Privacy Policy Enforcement System [slides download]
13:20-14:20: Panel discussion - Privacy Research Trends (Room: Stenbocksalen)
Chair: Simone Fischer-Hübner, Panelists: Anna Lysanskaya, Gregory Neven, Andreas Pfitzmann, Bernd Stahl, Alma Whitten
14:20: Closing session, Best student paper award (Room: Stenbocksalen)
14:30: Coffee. End of the Summer School