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Resources of the FIDIS NoE

Identity Use Cases & Scenarios
Here we present a range of hypothetical scenarios which illustrate how emerging technologies may impact our lives in the future, within the context of identity. The time frame considered is generally within the next 20 years, although we end on two scenarios which greatly extrapolate the technology some 70 years in the future to explore the areas of human enhancement and robotics. The scenarios have all been written by members of the FIDIS NoE, and we have tried to draw these authors from various work packages within FIDIS to give a good cross-section of the on-going work. All scenarios are introduced by a background section which aims to put the story in context, and are concluded by a piece which links through to other relevant work undertaken by the FIDIS NoE.
FIDIS Deliverables
This section contains the repository of deliverables (studies, surveys, etc.) produced by the FIDIS Network of Excellence. They are clustered by the research topics of FIDIS, including High-Tech ID, Profiling, Interoperability, Mobility and Identity, etc.
IDIS Journal
FIDIS Interactive
Besides the deliverables available on this website, the FIDIS NoE also offers interactive content. This includes e.g. the FIDIS Blog on Identity related topics, the database on Identity Management Systems, and other components.
Press & Events
This section contains press material, the events that are organised by FIDIS, and a selection of events, FIDIS partners participated in. For furter information you can also contact us directly, using our contact form in the [Services] section of this website.
In-House Journal
Identity in a Networked World
The digitisation of identity may be regarded as a bottleneck in the engagement of citizens with Information Society services. Identity in such environment plays a central role and more and more tools are required to manage identity and deliver suitable services. Management of identity will constitute one of the first challenges for the future Europe in terms of mobility, accessibility and interoperability in order to facilitate online navigation and social (digital) interactions between European citizens in the Information Society. Personal information will be digitized and the Internet extension to home and mobile networks, the multiplication of modes of connection and types of gateway, will make the individual the central point. The future of identity then is a key element for the emerging Information Society; […]
Identity R/Evolution
Kai Rannenberg (Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany): “What is Identity?” Thierry Nabeth (INSEAD, France): "Identity of Identity" David-Olivier Jaquet-Chiffelle (Virtual Identity and Privacy Research Center, Switzerland) “Virtual Persons and Identities” Martin Meints (Independent Centre for Privacy Protection, Germany): “Basic Technologies in the Context of Identity Management" Mark Gasson (University of Reading, UK): “Emerging Technologies” Mireille Hildebrandt (Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium): “Profiling and ambient intelligence (AmI)” Ruth Halperin (London School of Economics and Political Science, UK): “Approaching Interoperability for Identity Management Systems” Denis Royer (Goethe University Frankfurt, Germany): “Mobility and Identity” Bert-Jaap Koops (Tilburg University, Netherlands): “Identity-related Crime” Zeno Geradts (Netherlands Forensic Institute, Netherlands) “Forensics” Vashek Matyas (Masaryk University Brno, Czech Republic): “Privacy” Maike Gilliot (Albert-Ludwig-University Freiburg, Germany): “Privacy in Business Processes” Els Kindt (K.U.Leuven, Belgium): “eGovernment”