[WG-UMA] Fwd: [hcisec] SOUPS 2013 call for papers

Eve Maler eve at xmlgrrl.com
Thu Nov 15 00:25:36 EST 2012

Wow -- great location for certain UMAnitarians I know. :-) Who's interested to submit papers?


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> From: Lorrie Faith Cranor <lorrie at cs.cmu.edu>
> Subject: [hcisec] SOUPS 2013 call for papers
> Date: 8 November 2012 7:37:05 PM PST
> To: hcisec at yahoogroups.com
> Symposium On Usable Privacy and Security 2013
> http://cups.cs.cmu.edu/soups/
> http://cups.cs.cmu.edu/soups/2013/cfp.html
> The 2013 Symposium on U
> sable Privacy and Security (SOUPS) will bring
> together an interdisciplinary group of researchers and practitioners
> in human computer interaction, security, and privacy. The program will
> feature technical papers, a poster session, panels and invited talks,
> lightning talks and demos, and workshops and tutorials. This year
> SOUPS will be held at Northumbria University in Newcastle, UK.
> (see the SOUPS website for details on other types of submissions)
> We invite authors to submit original papers describing research or
> experience in all areas of usable privacy and security. Topics
> include, but are not limited to:
> - innovative security or privacy functionality and design,
> - new applications of existing models or technology,
> - field studies of security or privacy technology,
> - usability evaluations of new or existing security or privacy features,
> - security testing of new or existing usability features,
> - longitudinal studies of deployed security or privacy features,
> - the impact of organizational policy or procurement decisions, and
> - lessons learned from the deployment and use of usable privacy and
> security features,
> - reports of replicating previously published studies and experiments,
> - reports of failed usable security studies or experiments, with the
> focus on the lessons learned from such experience.
> All submissions must relate to both usability and either security or
> privacy. Papers on security or privacy applications that do not
> address usability or human factors will not be considered.
> Papers need to describe the purpose and goals of the work, cite
> related work, show how the work effectively integrates usability and
> security or privacy, and clearly indicate the innovative aspects of
> the work or lessons learned as well as the contribution of the work to
> the field.
> Papers must use the SOUPS formatting template (available for MS Word
> or LaTeX) and be up to 12 pages in length, excluding the bibliography
> and any supplemental appendices. Authors have the option to attach to
> their paper supplemental appendices containing study materials
> (e.g. surveys) that would not otherwise fit within the body of the
> paper. These appendices may be included to assist reviewers who may
> have questions that fall outside the stated contribution of your
> paper, on which your work is to be evaluated. Reviewers are not
> required to read any appendices so your paper should be self contained
> without them. Accepted papers will be published online with their
> supplemental appendices included. Submissions must be no more than 20
> pages including bibliography and appendices. For the body of your
> paper, brevity is appreciated, as evidenced by the fact that many
> papers in prior years have been well under this limit. All submissions
> must be in PDF format and should not be blinded.
> Submit your paper electronically at http://cups.cs.cmu.edu/crp/soups2013/.
> Technical paper submissions will close at 5 pm, US Pacific time,
> Friday, March 8. This is a hard deadline! Authors will be notified of
> technical paper acceptance by May 27, and camera-ready final versions
> of technical papers are due June 24.
> Accepted papers will appear in the ACM Digital Library as part of the
> ACM International Conference Proceedings Series. They will also be
> freely available on the SOUPS website. Submitted papers must not
> significantly overlap papers that have been published or that are
> simultaneously submitted to a peer-reviewed venue or publication. Any
> overlap between your submitted paper and other work either under
> submission or previously published must be documented in a
> clearly-marked explanatory note at the front of the paper. State
> precisely how the two works differ in their goals, any use of shared
> experiments or data sources, and the unique contributions. If the
> other work is under submission elsewhere, the program committee may
> ask to review that work to evaluate the overlap. Please note that
> program committees frequently share information about papers under
> review and reviewers usually work on multiple conferences
> simultaneously. As technical reports are not peer reviewed they are
> exempt from this rule. You may also release pre-prints of your
> accepted work to the public at your discretion.
> User experiments should follow the basic principles of ethical
> research, e.g., beneficence (maximizing the benefits to an individual
> or to society while minimizing harm to the individual), minimal risk
> (appropriateness of the risk versus benefit ratio), voluntary consent,
> respect for privacy, and limited deception. Authors are encouraged to
> include in their submissions explanation of how ethical principles
> were followed, and may be asked to provide such an explanation should
> questions arise during the review process.
> Technical Papers Committee
> Alessandro Acquisti, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
> Dirk Balfanz, Google, USA
> Robert Biddle, Carleton University, Canada
> Sunny Consolvo, Google, USA
> Rachna Dhamija, Usable Security Systems, USA
> Serge Egelman, University of California, Berkeley, USA
> David Evans, University of Virginia, USA
> Cormac Herley, Microsoft Research, USA
> Heinrich Hussmann, Technische Universität München, Germany
> Apu Kapadia, Indiana University, USA
> Heather Lipford, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, USA
> Sebastian Müller, Technische Universität Berlin and Telekom Innovation Laboratories, Germany
> Paul von Oorschot, Carleton University, Canada
> Sameer Patil, Helsinki Institute for Information Technology, Finland, and Indiana University, USA
> Emilee Rader, Michigan State University, USA
> Robert W. Reeder, Microsoft, USA
> Michael K. Reiter, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA
> Stuart Schechter, Microsoft Research, USA
> David Wagner, University of California, Berkeley, USA
> Rick Wash, Michigan State University, USA
> Early registration deadline - June 12
> Conference - July 24-26
> Technical papers
> Submission deadline - March 8, 5 pm US Pacific time (hard deadline!)
> Notification of paper acceptance - May 27
> Camera ready papers due - June 24
> Posters and demos
> Submission deadline - May 30, 5 pm US Pacific time
> Notification of acceptance - June 10
> Tutorials and workshops
> In-depth session proposal submission deadline - January 18
> Notification of in-depth session proposal acceptance - February 1
> Workshop paper submission deadline - May 30
> Notification of workshop paper acceptance - June 10
> Camera ready papers due - June 24
> Panels and invited talks
> Panel proposal submission deadline - January 18
> Speaker suggestion submission deadline - January 18
> Lightning talks
> Early submission deadline - June 14
> Early submission notification - June 21
> Submissions received after June 14 will be considered until the program is full
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