TrustED 2016 
Sixth International Workshop on Trustworthy Embedded Devices
Hofburg Palace, Vienna, Austria
October 28, 2016
(Submissions due 27 July 2016) 

TrustED considers selected security and privacy (S&P) aspects of cyber
physical systems and their environments, which influence trust and
trust establishment in such environments. A major theme of TrustED
2016 will be security and privacy aspects of the Internet of Things
Paradigm.  The IoTs promises to make reality Mark Weisser's vision of
ubiquitous computation set out in his 1991 influential paper. Yet to
make such vision successful, it is widely acknowledged that security
of super large distributed systems has to be guaranteed and the
privacy of the collected data protected.  Submissions exploring new
paradigms to assure security and privacy in the IoTs are thus strongly

The workshop topics include but are not limited to:
 - Trustworthy and secure embedded systems
 - Novel constructions, implementations and applications with physical security 
   primitives (e.g., PUFs, PhySec)
 - Hardware entangled cryptography
 - Novel security architectures for the IoTs
 - Frameworks and tools to design, validate and test trustworthy embedded 
 - Secure execution environments (e.g., TrustZone, TPMs) on mobile devices
 - Remote attestation and integrity validation
 - Privacy aspects of embedded systems (e.g., medical devices, electronic IDs)
 - Physical and logical convergence (e.g., secure and privacy-preserving
   facility management)
 - Novel paradigms to established trust in large distributed environments

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Publication Information

All submissions must be original work and not published or submitted
in parallel to another venue with proceedings. Authors must clearly
document any overlap with previously published or simultaneously
submitted papers from any of the authors. In case of doubts, authors
should contact the workshop PC chairs. The workshop proceedings will
be published on-line through the ACM Digital Library, with a separate
ISBN. In case of acceptance, the authors must present their work at
the workshop.

Submission Instructions

All submission should be in PDF format and anonymous. Submissions
should have a maximum of 12 pages, excluding references and appendix,
using the ACM conference format. The workshop language will be
English.  Papers must be submitted electronically via the submission

Important Dates
Submission Deadline 	        July 27, 2016
Notification of Acceptance 	September 5, 2016
Camera ready version due 	September 15, 2016
Workshop 	                October 28, 2016