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ID360 2014: Call for Papers

ID360: The Global Forum on Identity

The University of Texas at Austin - April 9 & 10, 2014

PAPER SUBMISSIONS and PUBLICATION

Papers will be peer-reviewed by experts from academia, industry, and government.   Authors must register for ID360.
Feb 28th         Deadline to Submit Papers in the required ID360 paper format
Mar 7th          Notification of Paper Acceptances
Mar 14th        FINAL VERSION submission of accepted papers
Mar 28th        FINAL VERSION submission of presentation
All submissions should be sent to id360@identity.utexas.edu in .docx and .pdf format. ID360 recognizes that papers will range in length but recommends a maximum of 10 pages. 

Review Criteria follows:

• Relevance to ID360: Does the paper directly address the ID360 mission and topics?

• Significance: Does the paper offer informative ideas, best practices, or innovations? Does it stimulate important issues or alternative points of view?  To what extent is the paper topic new, innovative or informative? Does the paper introduce promising or stimulating ideas, information or innovations?

• Presentation: Is the paper clear? Is it well organized? Is the paper void of any vendor-specific advertisements? Is it written in a manner that makes its content accessible to the ID360 audience?

Authors will be notified by March 7, 2014 regarding paper acceptance. Accepted papers will be invited to present in ID360 conference agenda or the ID360 exhibition.

CONFERENCE PUBLICATION

Accepted papers will be published in the ID360 conference proceedings.  Authors of conference accepted papers will be invited to contribute to the ID360 book to be published after the conference. Extended and revised versions of selected papers are expected to be included in a post-proceedings book, edited by ID360 conference organizers.

 

ID360 CONFERENCE TOPICS

ID360 welcomes paper submissions addressing state-of-the-art research and state-of-the-practice implementations clearly relevant to one of the five critical dimensions of Identity: Law, Business, Policy, Technology, and Society.  Across these five dimensions, papers topics may include (but not limited to): 

 

Enrollment

Response and Mitigation

Individual Control

Liabilities

Fraud

Theft

Laws and Regulations

Policies and Practices

Identity and Culture

Identity and Self-Awareness

Risk Management

Persona Protection

Privacy

Trust Frameworks

Standards

Case Studies and Applications

Threats

Security

Static vs. Dynamic Identity

Future Technologies

Credentials

Access Management

Biometrics

Trusted Identities in Cyberspace

Best Practices

Theft and Abuse Detection

Proofing

Evolution of Identification

Identities of Persons, Artifacts, Organizations or Devices