First Internal iTrust Workshop On Trust Management In Dynamic Open Systems
Glasgow, Scotland, 2-4 September 2002.


The full final agenda for the event is available here.

Invited Talks


  • Design of trust based architectures and decision-making mechanisms for e-community and e-service interactions

    Leader: Valerie Issarny, INRIA.

    Rapporteur: Manolis Marazakis, Plefsis.

    · The Ponder policy specification language, N. Dulay or E. Lupu
    · Trust and the Semantic Web, B. Matthews
    · Secure and selective dissemination of XML data in the Author-X system, E. Bertino
    · Specifying and analyzing trust for Internet Applications, M. Sloman
    · A framework for decentralized privilege management, B. Sadighi
    · Using simulation to explore trust life-cycle issues, S. Terzis
    · Issues in public key infrastructures for e-Business, D. Raptis
    · Open points and relational troubles of trusted third parties, E. Crespo
    · Trust services: a multi-disciplinary research program, S. Shiu
    Components for Trust-based Architectures
    · Components of trust-based architectures, D. Chadwick
    · Standardizing a trust framework, G. Klyne
    · Trust-based security policy enforcement of software components, P. Herrmann
    Agent-based architectures
    · MARISM-A: bringing trust and mobile agents together, S. Robles
    · When in doubt, neither think or compute, just ask: agent's interaction on the Web, S. Cerri
    · Using the CORAS approach to analyze trust, Ketil Stolen
    · B2B trust service provider: concept demonstrator, P. Kearney
    · Building trust on the grid: trust issues underpinning large dynamic virtual organizations, T. Dimitrakos
    Trust management in Telecommunication, Dimitrios Tsigos
    Security and Trust Interoperability in Heterogeneous Multiple Multi-Agent Systems, Stefan Poslad


  • Models and semantics of trust

    Leader: Andrew J.I. Jones, King's College.

    Rapporteur: Paddy Nixon, U. of Strathclyde.

    · Brian Ritchie, ISE group, Business and Information Technology Department, CLRC Rutherford Appleton Lab, title: TBA
    · Bashar Nuseibeh, Professor of Computing, Jonathan Moffett*, Visiting Research Fellow, The Open University Computing Department, "Modeling Trust Requirements"
    · Helen Lowe, U. of Strathclyde, "A Computational Model for Trust Management"
    Christian Jensen, TCD, "Secure Environments for Collaboration among Ubiquitous Roaming Entities"
    · Andrew J.I. Jones, King's College, 'On the concept of trust'
    · Andrew McGettrick, U. of Strathclyde, "Trust and Mobility"
    · Stefano Cerri, LIRMM: CNRS & Universite Montpellier II, France, "When in doubt, neither think nor compute, just ask: Agent's Inter-Action on the Web (the constructive view of Web's knowledge)".
    · Theo Dimitrakos, ISE group, Business and Information Technology Department, CLRC Rutherford Appleton Lab, "Towards a framework for managing Trust in e-services"
    · C. Castelfranchi, ICST - CNR, "A belief- and goal-based model of trust"
    ·Yao-Hua Tan, Free University, Amsterdam, 'Negotiating Contracts based on a Trust/Risk Model'.
    · Juan Bicarregui, CLRC Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Oxfordshire, UK. "On the Semantics of information hiding"

  • Legal issues related to the management of trust

    Leader: Jon Bing, NRCCL.

    Rapporteur: Pavlos Eleftheriadis.

    Emily M. Weitzenböck, Institutt for Rettsinformatikk (Norwegian Research Centre for Computers & Law), Faculty of Law, University of Oslo, "Trust and Security Issues in Virtual Organizations: A Legal Perspective".

    Mike Child*, HP Labs, Bristol, "Legal issues associated with Trust Services".

  • The ethics, sociology and psychology of trust

    Leader: Stavroula Tsinorema, University of Crete.

    Rapporteur: M. Samatas.

    M. Samatas, University of Crete, "Sociological Considerations and Concerns for iTrust".

    Audun Jøsang and Tyrone Gradison, DSTC, Australia, "Research proposals on psychological aspects of Trust Models" (Presented by Zoran Milosevic)


    The list of workshop attendees is available here.


    The workshop was organised by the Pervasive and Global Computing Group of the Department of Computer and Information Sciences at the University of Strathclyde . For any enquiries please contact:

    Sotirios Terzis
    L10.01A Livingstone Tower

    26 Richmond Street, Glasgow, G1 1XH.
    TEL: +44 (0) 141 548 3839
    FAX: +44 (0) 141 552 5330

    The original workshop page can be viewed here.

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