[hpc-announce] ICDCS 2015 Workshop ESP-DGC (Deadline Extended to 14 March)

Burak Kantarci - bkantarc bkantarc at clarkson.edu
Mon Mar 2 21:45:48 CST 2015

Apologies for possible multiple copies.

Call for Papers

Emerging technologies in Security and Privacy of Distributed, Grid and Cloud Computing systems (ESP-DGC)

in conjunction with ICDCS 2015   (apologies for multiple copies)

Workshop Link: http://www.ece.rochester.edu/~soyata/esp-dgc15/ESP-DGC.html

Submission Link : https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=espdgc2015

Cloud computing can be thought of as being in its infancy, since it is possible to find widely varying opinions for how it will shape up in the following decade. In theory, data acquired from distributed sensors, combined with the flexibility of cloud computing using distributed computational and storage sources should allow an exciting new set of applications.
Unfortunately, this naïve view is quickly interrupted, since the very flexibility that opens the door to a set of new applications also extends to parties with malicious intent. Therefore, the fight for securing the data privacy should be a part of the applications. Securing the data, or the code can be achieved by software, as well as dedicated hardware.
Emerging technologies in Security and Privacy of Distributed, Grid and Cloud Computing systems (ESP-DGC) workshop welcomes novel papers that propose to improve the information privacy at the acquisition point, during storage, during communication, or during computation. Potential information privacy advances can be the result of novel algorithmic approaches, or straightforward novel implementation of existing techniques, as well as novel hardware technologies. These categories which ESP-DGC welcomes are listed below, but not limited to:

Important Dates:
Submission Due: extended to March 14, 2015 (February 23, 2015)
Response to Authors: March 23, 2015
Camera-ready Submission Due: April 15, 2015

• Secure Cloud Streaming
• Program Obfuscation
• Privacy Preserving Data Mining
• Cloud security architecture and protocols
• Verifiable Outsourcing
• Secure Multiparty Computation
• Scalable security in Clouds
• Side Channel Attacks
• Intrusion Detection
• Privacy preserving cloud computing
• Fully Homomorphic encryption & applications
• Storage privacy
• Privacy-sensitive cloud applications
• Workload profiling for secure cloud applications
• Private Information Retrieval
• Mobile-Cloud Computing security
• Distributed and secure "as a Service" alternatives

• Distributed secure communication algorithms
• Protocol-level improvements for security
• Privacy preserving networking methodologies
• Distributed secure mobile/sensory communication

• Novel secure FPGA, GPU, ASIC, and APU-based designs
• Privacy preserving distributed data acquisition
• Datacenter hardware improvements for better security

• Any surveys are welcome on one of these topics

Workshop Chairs:
Tolga Soyata, University of Rochester, NY, USA
Muthuramakrishnan Venkitasubramaniam, University of Rochester, NY, USA

Publicity Chair:
Burak Kantarci, Clarkson University

Technical Program Committee:
Scott Ames, University of Rochester, NY , USA
Aydin Aysu, Virginia Tech, VA, USA
Kai-min Chung, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
Antonio Corradi, University of Bologna, Italy
John Criswell, University of Rochester, NY , USA
Luca Foschini, University of Bologna, Italy
Vinodh Gopal, INTEL, MA, USA
Engin Ipek, University of Rochester, NY , USA
Murat Kantarcioglu, University of Texas, TX, USA
Bora Karaoglu, The Samraksh Company, VA, USA
Donghoon Kim, North Carolina State University, NC, USA
Ovunc Kocabas, University of Rochester, NY , USA
Ranjit Kumaresan, Technion University, Haifa, Israel
Minseok Kwon, Rochester Institute of Technology, NY , USA
Andrew Miller, University of Maryland, MD, USA
Amiya Nayak, University of Ottawa, Canada
Alex Page, University of Rochester, NY , USA
Andy Rindos, IBM, NY, USA
Sushmita Ruj, Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata, India
Tahir Sandikkaya, Istanbul Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey
Berk Sunar, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, NY, USA
Bulent Tavli, TOBB University, Ankara, Turkey
Sidharth Telang, Cornell University, NY, USA
Natalija Vlajic, York University, Toronto, Canada

Panel on “Challenges in Widespread adoption of in-home Long-term Patient Monitoring: Security and Privacy of Data”

Invited Speaker and Panelists:
Mehmet K. Aktas, M.D., University of Rochester Medical Center, NY, USA
Jean-Philippe Couderc, University of Rochester, NY, USA
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