1st Workshop September 26, 2006
This Workshop is organized to introduce the adapID (Advanced
Applications for e-ID Cards in Flanders) project to the public.
The goal of the adapID project is to develop a framework
for secure and privacy-preserving applications based on the Belgian e-ID card,
focussing mainly on e-government, e-health and trusted archiving applications,
and taking into account both technical and legal aspects.
The research consortium consists of seven partners, each bringing their own expertise in this project:
- Coordinator research group
COSIC, ESAT, K.U.Leuven
- Research group
DistriNet, Department of Computer Science, K.U.Leuven
- Research group
ICRI, Faculty of Law, K.U.Leuven
- Research group McGill, McGill University (Canada)
- INTESI Group Belgium
- EMC Belgian Development Group
- L-SEC - Leuven Security Excellence Consortium (Belgium)
In this Workshop the results of the first year of the
project will be presented. In particular, the requirement study for e-ID
applications, the current framework for development of applications using the
e-ID card, and some of the first basic research results of the project.
Finally, two invited speakers, Mr Caspar Bowden from
Microsoft and Mr Frank Robben from Kruispuntbank will give presentations.
When and where ?
September 26, 2006 start at 10:30.
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Department of Electrotechnical Engineering (ESAT), room 00.62
Kasteelpark Arenberg 10
3001 Heverlee (Leuven)
You can find directions at this location:
No registration or fee is required to attend the
workshop. This is an open workshop - everybody can attend it.
send an email to
if you intend to come and/or if you are interested to receive further
information on this topic.
||Welcome and introduction to
Bart Preneel, KULeuven, ESAT, COSIC
||"Requirements for e-ID
Claudia Diaz, KULeuven, ESAT, COSIC
||"e-ID applications: trust or
sue?", Hannelore Dekeyser and Sven Van Damme KULeuven, Faculty of Law, ICRI
||"The trouble with
pseudonymity", Invited talk by Caspar
||Lunck break (sandwiches)
||"The adapID framework: status
and outlook" Steven Gevers,
KULeuven, Computer Science, Distrinet
||"Model-based approaches for
the design of secure e-ID card applications", Hans Vangheluwe, McGill
||"e-ID and identity management
aspects in the Belgian social security sector", Invited talk by Frank
||"Framework components in
use", Hans Van Es, Intesi Group Belgium