DSN 2013 : The 43rd Annual IEEE/IFIP International Conference on Dependable Systems and Networks
Conference Series : Dependable Systems and Networks
Call For Papers
DSN 2013 will feature a number of coordinated tracks, including the: Dependable Computing and Communication Symposium (DCCS), Performance and Dependability Symposium (PDS), workshops, tutorials, a student forum, and fast abstracts. We invite you to contribute to this premier conference by submitting to the categories below:
Archival quality high impact research results
Practical Experience Reports:
In-depth exposition of practitioner experiences
Mid-length research ideas presentations by students
Discussions on high interest dependability topics
Focused discussions on selected topical themes
Describe and demo software, systems, or tools
Short courses on dependability relevant topics
Brief opinions on recent emerging themes
DSN Areas of interest
Topics of interest cover the broad range of dependability and security issues from a systems perspective. DSN encourages both theory and experimental themes. An example list being:
SW and Middleware
Assessment, Modelling, Evaluation
Testing, Verification and Validation
(All submission deadlines are hard deadlines at 11:59 PM GMT of the given day)
Deadline to Register Mandatory Abstracts (No exceptions):
(Regular Papers, Practical Experience Reports, Demos) November 28, 2012
Submission Deadline (No extensions): December 5, 2012
Rebuttal period: February 9-11, 2013
Notification of Acceptance: February 25, 2013
Camera Ready Deadline: April 2013
Workshop Proposals: October 2012
Student Forum Submissions: April 2013
Fast Abstract Submissions: April 2013
Student Forum — Call for Contributions
The Student Forum at DSN provides an opportunity for students working in the area of dependable and secure computing to present and discuss their research objectives, approaches, and preliminary results. The Forum offers a place for the presentation and discussion of emerging research ideas. One of the main purposes of the Forum is to provide feedback to the students on their preliminary results that might help with their future research directions.
The selected student research papers will be presented at the Student Forum sessions, which will be attended by both fellow students and experienced researchers working in the field of dependable and secure computing, encouraging active discussion. Each paper will be allocated approximately 20 minutes for presentation and discussion.
The selected student research papers will be published in the DSN-2013 supplementary volume.
Questions or comments about the Student Forum should be directed to: email@example.com
Student research papers should have a student as the single author. The paper should describe the topic, preliminary results, and future direction of the student’s on-going research. The student must commit to present the paper at the conference.
Papers submitted to the Forum should be at most 4 pages in length and must be formatted using standard two-column IEEE format.
Submit papers in PDF format, to https://www.softconf.com/d/dsn13students/
(Firm, no extensions!) April 17, 2013
Notification: April 27, 2013
Camera Ready: April 30, 2013
Further information is available at the DSN 2013 web site: http://www.dsn.org
This CfP can be downloaded in PDF format.