I am on the program committee for the 9th Privacy Enhancing Technologies Symposium (PETS 2009), to be held in Seattle, WA, USA, 5–7 August 2009. PETS is the leading venue for research on privacy and anonymity, offering an enjoyable environment and stimulating discussion. If you are working in this field, I can strongly recommend submitting a paper.
This year, we are particularly looking for submissions from topics other than anonymous communications, so if work from your field may be applied, or is otherwise related, to the topic of privacy, I’d encourage you to consider PETS as a potential venue.
The submission deadline for the main session is 2 March 2009. As with last year, we will also have a “HotPETS” event, for new and exciting work in the field which is still in a formative state. Submissions for HotPETS should be received by 8 May 2009.
Further information can be found in the call for papers.