We are pleased to announce that 2 papers on PERIMETER have been accepted to the Wireless World Research Forum (WWRF) Meeting 22, taking place in Paris 5-7 May 2009.
The papers were accepted into working groups 1 & 7 on “Human Perspective and Future Service Concepts” and “Security and Trust” respectively.
Jean-Marc Seigneur from the University of Geneva, Switzerland represented the PERIMETER consortium at the recent ACM Symposium on Applied Computing conference in Hawaii, USA.
Jean-Marc chaired the Track on Trust and Reputation. This track especially focused on the mobile trust area. Five papers were presented at this part of the event and lively discussions were held on all of them. On the event, Jean-March says “The domain of mobile trust is still new and it shows the potential of PERIMETER contributions to this field.”
The proceedings from this conference will be available soon through the ACM website.
PERIMETER’s 3rd plenary meeting took place in the beautiful, but very cold, Megève, France. This meeting was attended by Miguel Ponce De Leon and Eileen Dillon from TSSG-WIT, and included representatives from the other nine members of the PERIMETER consortium.
The meeting took place over a 2 day period and included presentations by all the Work Package leaders. It was a very successful meeting which actively worked towards progressing the tasks and activities within PERIMETER and keeping the project aligned with the overall PERIMETER roadmap schedule for the coming months.