Trust Theme

Trust is a fundamental human behavior. It is necessary for people to function in social groups, and it forms the foundation for many of our organizations and relationships. The conference solicits original papers on any topic related to the personal, social, and economic aspects of trust. Topics of interest in this theme include (but are not limited to):

trust models
components and dimensions of trust
game theory and trusting behaviors
trust and risk
trust, regret, and forgiveness
perceptions of trustworthiness
trust management
automating trust decisions
attacks on trust
trust influences on security and privacy
economic drivers for trustworthy systems
cross-cultural differences
computing about trust
applications of trust
trust and economics
trust in e-commerce
reputation systems


Technical Program Chairs
Jie Zhang Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Murat Sensoy​ Ozyegin University, Turkey
Ali Ghorbani University of New Brunswick, Canada
Suzanne Barber University of Texas at Austin, USA
Anirban Basu KDDI R&D Laboratories, Japan
Natasha Dwyer Victoria University, Australia
Babak Esfandiari Carleton University, Canada
Rino Falcone Institute of Cognitive Sciences and Technologies-CNR, Italy
Carol Fung Virginia Commonwealth University, USA
Nurit Gal-Oz Ben Gurion University, Israel
Chung-Wei Hang North Carolina State University, USA
Peter Herrmann NTNU Trondheim, Norway
Seigneur Jean-Marc University of Geneva, Switzerland
Christian Damsgaard Jensen Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
Audun Josang University of Oslo, Norway
Tim Muller Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Yuko Murayama Iwate Prefectural University, Japan
Masakatsu Nishigaki Shizuoka University, Japan
Mehrdad Nojoumian Florida Atlantic University (CEECS Department), USA
Zeinab Noorian University of Saskatchewan, Canada
Nir Oren University of Aberdeen, UK
Jan-Philipp Steghöfer University of Augsburg, Germany
Thomas Tran University of Ottawa, Canada
Yue Xu University of Technology, Australia