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Dependable Systems and Networks


DSN-2003
The International Conference on Dependable Systems and Networks
San Francisco, CA, June 22nd - 25th, 2003

ORGANIZATION

Registration

Committees

Conference Structure

Submission Summary

Dependable Computing and Commmunications Symposium

Performance and Dependability Symposium (IPDS)

Workshops

Tutorials

Student Forum

Fast Abstracts

SUBMISSION

Dependable Computing and Communications Symposium

Performance and Dependability Symposium

Workshops

Tutorials

Student Forum

Fast Abstracts

 
San Francisco, CA

Computer systems and communications networks now pervade every aspect of our daily lives. While that has benefited society and increased our productivity, it has also made our lives more critically dependent on their correct functioning. The traditional concerns of the dependability community (e.g., inadvertent faults, errors, and failures) have now been enlarged by the massive connectivity provided by the Internet to include malicious exploitation of imperfect systems and networks and intentional cyber-attacks on them. How can we build systems that are not vulnerable to such threats ‹ systems that users can depend upon in transportation, financial, and e-commerce sectors, or even just for entertainment?

DSN-2003 will be held in San Francisco, California. DSN-2003 represents the continuation of over three decades of tradition in the field of dependable computing. The conference will have multiple tracks of refereed papers, including the Dependable Computing and Communications Symposium and the Performance and Dependability Symposium (IPDS). There will also be Workshops, Tutorials, a Student Forum, and Fast Abstracts to highlight late-breaking research. DSN is the premier forum for researchers, practitioners, and users to learn and exchange information on the latest research results in dependable systems and networks.

Charles B. Weinstock
General Chair, DSN 2003


For information on past DSN (FTCS and DCCA) conferences, visit the FTCS Library of past conferences' tables of contents, or order proceedings from the IEEE Computer Society Bookstore
  NEWS

FastAbstracts submission deadline extended to May 2.

Registration is now open!

Student travel grants now available.

Student Forum submissions are still being accepted (through April 21)

FastAbstracts may now be submitted.

New information about the Self-Managing Systems Workshop.

The Surivable and Intrusion Tolerant Systems Workshop will not be held this year.

SUBMISSION DATES

Abstracts (DCC): November 18, 2002

Full Papers (DCC): December 8, 2002

Full Papers (IPDS): January 6, 2003

Workshop Proposals: October 11, 2002

Workshops: January 13, 2003
Model-Checking: January 30, 2003

Tutorials: January 13, 2003

Student Forum: April 21, 2003

Fast Abstracts: April 21, 2003

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Sponsored by IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Fault-Tolerant Computing and IFIP WG 10.4 on Dependable Computing and Fault Tolerance in cooperation with the Software Engineering Institute.


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