Building International Cooperation for Trustworthy ICT

EU – Brazil Cooperation Workshop

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Date(s) - 3 May 2011
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

EU - Brazil Cooperation workshop (co-located with IWT 2011)

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Terms of Reference

The BIC workshop focused on the need for an international approach to deal with Research and Technological Developments (RTD) to deal with research challenges and open issues related to all areas related to Trustworthy ICT with the following terms of reference.

  • To capitalise on the presence of a large group of research communities from Brazil and around the world present at IWT 2011, the BIC workshop was held the day before on 3rd May 2011;
  • Understand the status and objectives of programs supported by EU and Brazil in all areas of Trustworthy ICT;
  • Highlight potential collaboration subjects that are mutually beneficial and require further Brazil-EU collaboration for ensuring Trustworthy ICT, including security, privacy and trust against borderless cyber attacks;
  • Share information about international projects and initiatives already underway in Brazil and Europe and begin to generate ideas for new ones;
  • Decide next steps for the collaborations.

Agenda, Presentations and Reports

The Organising Committee structured the workshop around two panel sessions that were designed to identify a short list of key common-interest open research challenges to pursue for mutual benefit, cross-cutting links, and related infrastructural implications and input for road-mapping of possible research areas for a joint EU-Brazil collaboration.

Session A. 

  1. Building a long term strategy for International cooperation in Trustworthy ICT between EU and Brazil, Speaker: Jim Clarke, Waterford Institute of Technology [slides]
  2. Digital Identity in Brazil, Speaker: Noemi Rodriguez, PUC-Rio/RNP [slides]
  3. Trustworthiness in Cloud Computing, Speaker: Neeraj Suri, TU Darmstadt [slides]
  4. Data protection and Privacy issues and challenges: A Brazilian perspective, Speaker: Danilo Doneda, CTS-Fundação Getúio Vargas
  5. Questions and answers

Session B

  1. Future Internet in Europe: an overview of related initiatives and ICT security challenges, Speaker: Aljosa Pasic, Atos Origin, Spain [slides]
  2. Research issues for security in Future Internet, Speaker: Celia Ghedini Ralha, University of Brasilia [slides]
  3. New models of communication and security for the Future Internet, Speaker: Michel Riguidel, ENST, Paris [slides]
  4. Future Internet: New Network Architectures and Technologies, Speaker: Christian Esteve Rothenberg, Fundação Centro de Pesquisa e Desenvolvimento (CPqD), Campinas, Brazil [slides]
  5. Open discussion, questions and answers

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