IFIP WG 11.11 International Conference on Trust Management
June 14-18, 2010, Morioka, Iwate, Japan
PDF files for the TM2010 papers are available online.
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The 4th IFIP International Conference on Trust Management (IFIPTM2010) will be held in Asia for the first time, in Japan, in the city of Morioka, Iwate, from June 16 to 18, 2010, in cooperation of Information Processing Society of Japan (IPSJ), supported by Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS), National Institute of Information and Communication Technology (NICT), Information-Technology Promotion Agency (IPA) and Iwate Prefectural University (IPU), Japan. The city is a small and quiet castle town, with old temples and shrines, often compared to Kyoto. Iwate is also famous for good sake producers and local beers!
The mission of the IFIPTM 2010 Conference is to share research solutions to problems of Trust and Trust management, including related Security and Privacy issues, and to identify new issues and directions for future research and development work. IFIPTM 2010 welcomes the researchers from the industry and the academia interested in the themes of trust, security and privacy to attend the meeting.
Program page: here.
AIINA (Iwate Prefecture Citizen's Cultural Exchange Conference Center) and Iwate Prefectural University AIINA Campus http://www.aiina.jp/en/index.html
Registration page: here.
Department of Behavioral Science, Graduate School of Letters, Hokkaido University
|Title: Trust and Social Intelligence|
|One of the strongest expression of generalized distrust i.e., distrust of human nature in general can be found in a Japanese proverb, “It's best to regard everyone as a thief” (hito wo mitara dorobo to omoe)…|
School of Psychology & Sport Sciences Northumberland Building Northumbria University
|Title: The Evolution of Trust|
|I'll be talking about the evolution of trust from two research perspectives. Firstly - a historical perspective (how the trust research agenda has evolved over the years) and secondly a subjective perspective (how our individual experience of trust evolves over time).|