[FTNews] CFWorkshops DSN 2015, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Rogerio de Lemos r.delemos at kent.ac.uk
Tue Oct 28 18:43:15 EDT 2014


The 45th Annual IEEE/IFIP International Conference on
Dependable Systems and Networks (DSN 2015)

22-25 June 2015
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Twitter: @DSN2015Rio

* Call for Workshops
Proposals -    17 November 2014
Notification - 28 November 2014

The Annual IEEE/IFIP International Conference on Dependable Systems
and Networks (DSN) is the most prestigious international forum for
presenting research results in the field of dependable and secure
computing. Authors are invited to submit original papers on the
research and practice of creating, validating, deploying and
maintaining dependable and secure systems and networks.

Workshops provide opportunities for focused discussion on selected
topics in a group setting. Topics of interest for DSN 2015 include,
but are not limited to:
- Hardware (e.g. microprocessors; VLSI; storage systems; and
nanoscale systems)
- Software (e.g. applications; middleware; and operating systems)
- Cyber-physical systems (e.g. embedded systems; networked embedded
systems; SCADA; automotive, aerospace, and medical systems; and
smart grid)
- Socio-technical systems (e.g. virtual worlds; human-computer
interaction; usable security; and online social networking)
- Clouds (e.g. cloud storage, computing, platforms, and  applications)
- Networks (e.g. wireless networks; mobility; next-generation
networks;
and software-defined networking)
- Models and methodologies for programming, evaluating, and
assessing dependable and secure systems (e.g. performance,
dependability and security evaluation; analytical and numerical
methods; simulation; experimentation; benchmarking; verification;
field data analysis; and data mining techniques)

A workshop proposal consists of a descriptive proposal that is not
more than 4 pages in length and contains the following information:
- Title and description of the workshop including motivations, goals,
and relevance to the dependability community
- Names and contact information of the organizers, including a brief
statement on their background and past workshop experience
- A description of the workshop planning processes, including the
invitation and selection of participants, the refereeing of papers, a
tentative program committee if available, and any other pre-workshop
activities
- A summary of the planned workshop activities including length of
time (full day or half day), space required (i.e., room capacity), and
the expected workshop outputs. A desired schedule, i.e., approximate
number of papers, invited talks, panels, and/or discussion sessions
- Whether workshop is new or an ongoing workshop. Information on past
editions of the workshop (if applicable) including:
- History and frequency of the workshop
- Previous conference co-locations
- URLs, if available
- Approximate attendance
- How papers were published (website, IEEE, ACM, etc.)
- Communities from which participation is expected

Please submit all workshop proposals, preferably as a PDF, via e-mail to 
workshop_proposals at dsn.org.

Workshop Co-Chairs
Marco Vieira (University of Coimbra, Portugal)
Fabíola Greve (Federal University of Bahia, Brazil)


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