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Building International Cooperation for Trustworthy ICT

BIC Brazil EWG launch meeting, Sao Paulo, Brazil

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 21 Oct 2013 until 22 Oct 2013
9:00 AM - 10:15 AM

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Instituto de Tecnologia de Software

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Announcement: The report for the launch workshop of the BIC Brazil EWG  is available clicking here –> BIC Brazil EWG launch WS report.

Summary

As part of it’s long term strategy for building international cooperation, the BIC project is setting up an in-country Extended Working Group (EWG) in Brazil comprised of key members of the Brazilian research community engaged in research in all areas related to Trustworthy ICT and international cooperation.

The launch meeting of the Brazil EWG was held on 22nd October, 2013, at the Instituto de Tecnologia de Software (ITS) in São Paulo, Brazil. The terms of reference and the final agenda for the event can be found by clicking here –> BIC_EWG_22Oct2013_agenda.

 

Final Agenda and Presentations

Time Description Speakers
09:50 – 10:00 Welcome address Welcome by Sr.  Jaime Luis Stabel, Instituto de Tecnologia de Software (ITS).
10:00 – 11:00 Keynote address: Promoting coordination of EU/MS/AC initiatives with Brazil via B.BICE+ Guillaume Ernst – IRD (Brasilia), Paulo Siqueria– CNPq (Brasilia) PSiqueira_GErnst_EWG 
11:00 – 11:30 BIC Brazil Extended Working Group (EWG) Prof. Priscila Solis-Barretto, Univ. of Brasilia and Mr. James Clarke, Waterford Institute of Technology -TSSG: Clarke_SolisB_EWG
11:30 – 13:30 Researchers Views Moderated by Mr. James Clarke, Waterford Institute of Technology -TSSG BIC
Prof. Antonio Marcos Alberti, INATEL, Clean slate approaches for the Future Internet: What are the Security requirements? slides: Alberti_EWG
Prof. Ricardo Dahab, UNICAMP, An overview of research in computer and information security in Brazil’s academia: RDahab_EWG
Prof. Sergio Kofuji, USP. Trust& Security in the context of Brazil/European Union partnership: SKofuji_EWG
Prof. Diego F. Aranha, University of Brasília, Crypotgraphy for the Internet of Things: DAranha_EWG
Dr. Jean Everson Martina, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina. Socia-technical Aspect of Computer Security: JEMartina_EWG
Prof. Dr. Marcos Antonio Simplicio Junior, Universidade de São Paulo – Escola Politécnica. Security- and cryptography-related research at the Escola Politécnica’s Department of Computer Engineering: MASimplicioJr_EWG
Prof. Marcelo Zuffo, USP, Success Projects in BR-EU Coordinated Calls: slides avail. soon.
Prof. Paulo E. Lovato, IBE (Instituto Brasil Europa), IBE as a promoter of Bilateral Cooperation: PLovato_EWG
Prof. Jacob Scharcanski, UFRGS, Managing Identities: Some Relevant Biometrics Issues: JScharcanski_EWG
13:30-14:00 Concluding Remarks, vision for future INCO, followed by lunch. Prof. Priscila Solis-Barretto, Univ. of Brasilia and Mr. James Clarke, Waterford Institute of Technology -TSSG.

Preliminary summary of outcomes of the event

There were numerous speakers from the trust and security research community from all over Brazil and discussions at the well attended included the following topics:

  • Future Internet security and privacy, including clean slate approaches and the requirements for security;
  • Security in embedded systems including mobile devices;
  • Socio-technical approaches for trust and security involving users with a concept called ‘Ceremonies’;
  • New approaches to deal with insider threats;
  • An overall summary of the trust and security research being carried out in Brazil;
  • Cryptography in Internet of Things;
  • Approaches for Critical Information Infrastructure Protection (CIIP);
  • Success stories for Brazil – EU projects
  • Think Tank for long term strategies for public policies in the areas of visual analytics, industrial policy, and digital TV;
  • Managing Identities: some relevant biometric issues;
  • Approaches and collaboration plans of the different international cooperation projects: from Research Brazil Ireland (RBI), Instituto de Estudos Brasil Europa – Institute for Studies Brazil Europe (IBE) and B.BICE+ and BIC.

Professor Ricardo Dahab of the University of Campinas (UNICAMP), has agreed to take on the role of steering the EWG of Brazil  and his first plans are to increase membership with eminent researchers from all over Brazil using the BIC priority topics as the starting point.

The BIC EWG launch meeting was being held in conjunction with the Research Brazil-Ireland (RBI) launch and showcase event being held on 21st Oct. 2013 at the University of São Paulo (USP). For more information on the RBI Launch, please check here.

Photo of all speakers from the BIC Brazil EWG Workshop, 22nd October 2013

All speakers (l-r): Prof. Marcelo Zuffo, USP, Prof. Dr. Marcos Antonio Simplicio Junior, Dr. Jean Everson Martina, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Dr. Jean Everson Martina, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Prof. Ricardo Dahab, UNICAMP, Prof. Diego F. Aranha, University of Brasília, Prof. Priscila Solis-Barretto, University of Brasília, Mr. James Clarke, WIT-TSSG, Prof. Antonio Marcos Alberti, INATEL, Prof. Sergio Kofuji, USP. Missing from Photo:Guillaume Ernst – IRD (Brasilia), Paulo Siqueria– CNPq (Brasilia), Prof. Paulo E. Lovato, IBE (Instituto Brasil Europa)

Left to Right: Prof. Marcelo Zuffo, University of São Paulo, Prof. Dr. Marcos Antonio Simplicio Junior, Universidade de São Paulo – Escola Politécnica, Dr. Jean Everson Martina, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Prof. Jacob Scharcanski, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul Porto Alegre (UFRGS), Prof. Ricardo Dahab, University of Campinas (UNICAMP), Prof. Diego F. Aranha, University of Brasília, Prof. Priscila Solis-Barretto, University of Brasília, Mr. James Clarke, Waterford IT, BIC coordinator, Prof. Antônio Marcos Alberti, Instituto Nacional de Telecomunicações (INATEL), Prof. Sergio Kofuji, University of São Paulo.

Missing from Photo: Guillaume Ernst – IRD (Brasilia), Paulo Siqueria– CNPq (Brasilia), Paulo E. Lovato, IBE (Instituto Brasil Europa).

 

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