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SMPE 2015: International Symposium on Security and Multimodality in Pervasive Environment
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Gwangju, Korea
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Pervasive computing Environments (PE) present specific peculiarities with respect to aspects like security and multimodality. As a matter of fact, the accessibility level of a virtual environment can definitively be improved by natural interfaces and multimodal interaction systems, which offer users the freedom to select from multiple modes of interaction with services and permit to break down barriers about human-computer interaction making communication intuitive and spontaneous. On the other hand, while enlarging and easing the ways to access to the environment, security threads arise and the environment must be properly equipped in order to protect itself from malicious attacks and/or from wrong actions performed by inexpert users.

SMPE-15 is the next event in a series of highly successful International Symposium on Security and Multimodality in Pervasive Environments (SMPE), and will be held in conjunction with AINA-14 in Gwangju, Korea, March 24 - 27, 2015. SMPE 2015 workshop is the international symposium with the 9 years history about Security and Multimodality in Pervasive Environments: SMPE-14(In conjunction with AINA-14, Victoria, Canada, May 13 - 16, 2014), SMPE-13(In conjunction with AINA-13, Barcelona, Spain, March 25-28, 2013),SMPE-12(In conjunction with AINA-12, Fukuoka, Japan, March 26-29, 2012), SMPE-11(In conjunction with AINA-11, Biopolis, Singapore, March 22 - 25, 2011), SMPE-10(In conjunction with AINA-10, Perth, Australia, 20-23 April, 2010), SMPE-09 (University of Bradford, Bradford, UK, May, 2009), SMPE-08 (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland, July 2008), SMPE-07 (Nice, France, September 2007). In addition, it is strongly supported by FTRA (Future Technology Research Association International) which is one of the most powerful research associations in Korea.

        - Trust and Reputation Management in Pervasive Computing
        - Security Applications and Services in Pervasive Computing
        - Security Model for Pervasive Computing
        - Intelligent Multimedia Security Services in Pervasive Computing
        - Key Management and Authentication in Pervasive Computing
        - Network Security Issues and Protocols in Pervasive Computing
        - Access Control and Privacy Protection in Pervasive Computing
        - Security Standard for Next Pervasive Computing
        - Security in Human Centered Environments
        - Natural Interfaces Security Issues
        - Advanced Multimodal Interfaces
        - Human Oriented Interfaces
        - Multimodal Mobile and Ubiquitous Services
        - Methods for Multimodal Integration
        - Middleware Services for Multimodal and Pervasive Applications
        - Context-Awareness in Multimodal Applications
        - Multimodal Analysis and Recognition of Context
        - Next Ubiquitous and Immersive Environments
        - Virtual Reality and Ubiquitous Computing
        - Usability and Accessibility in Ubiquitous Applications
        - Applications and Scenarios
        - Wireless Applications
        - Pervasive Computing Applications
        - Wireless Multimedia Applications
        - Others: Commercial or Industrial Issue in Pervasive Computing 
Last updated by Dou Sun in 2014-09-14
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