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The Second Multidisciplinary Workshop on Identity in the Information Society (IDIS09) at LSE

5 June 2009, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK

New technologies for the control and management of identity are being
developed and introduced daily by public administrations and online
businesses; technologies which are designed to alter the way that citizens
and consumers interact with these bodies. New notions of identity are being
made possible by technological innovation.

The Second Multidisciplinary Workshop on Identity in the Information Society
will explore the ways in which identity and technology are mutually shaping
each other and provide an opportunity to present leading edge research,
exchange ideas, encourage collaboration, and build communities across the
various research groups working on contemporary identity topics and in
related fields of privacy and security.

Speakers include:
Kevin Bowyer, University of Notre Dame, USA Roger Clarke, Xamax Consultancy
Pty Ltd, Australia Seda Gurses, KUL, Belgium Ruth Halperin and James
Backhouse, LSE David Murakami Wood, Newcastle University, UK, and Rodrigo
José Firmino, PUCPR, Curitiba, Brazil Jason Pridmore, DigIDeas Project -
Hogeschool Zuyd, NL Ann Light, Sheffield Hallam University, UK Edward Higgs,
University of Essex, UK

Full programme is available at:
http://is2.lse.ac.uk/idis/2009/IDIS_09_programme.pdf or is2.lse.ac.uk/idis/2009/index.html

Workshop registration:
There is no charge for attending the workshop. To secure a place please send
an email to idis@lse.ac.uk  before the 20th of May 2009.

12.05.2009 12:51 Age: 8 Jahre