Call for Posters

TRUST 2013 encourages the presentation of posters that aim at the rapid dissemination of  new ideas, work in progress or preliminary results. We particularly encourage PhD students to present their ongoing work.

Important dates:

  • Submission due: 29 March 2013 23:59 UTC
  • Notification: 5 April 2013
  • Camera Ready: 10 April 2013
  • Conference: 17-19 June 2013
  • Poster Sessions: 17-18 June 2013

Posters can only be presented if a 2-page abstract (PDF format required) of the work has been submitted in LNCS format by email to <conference[@]> by 29 March 2013, and if the abstract has then been accepted (notifications will be sent by 15 March). All accepted 2-page abstracts will appear in the formal conference proceedings and at least one author is therefore required to register for the conference

The abstract should be a concise description of the work (and not of what actual content is planned to be on the poster); no changes to margins, spacing, or font sizes or any other deviations form the LNCS format are allowed. And we reserve the right to request the source files for a submission in order to verify compliance with this requirement. Abstracts and posters must be written in English. The camera-ready copy and a signed copyright form of accepted 2-page abstracts are due on 10 April 2013.

At least one author of accepted posters will be expected to be present during the poster session of TRUST, and be prepared to discuss their work and answer questions. The poster sessions are anticipated to be held on 17 and/or 18 June 2013 during the conference lunch breaks (subject to confirmation).

We encourage submissions from all research areas relevant mentioned in the call for papers of TRUST 2013, such as information security, trusted computing, trustworthy infrastructures and usability of security.

To submit a poster:

A 2-page abstract (PDF format required) of the work has been submitted in LNCS format by email to <conference[@]>.