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SRDS 2016 - IEEE 35th Intl. Symposium on Reliable Distributed Systems SRDS 2016

Date2016-09-26 - 2016-09-29


VenueBudapest, Hungary Hungary



Topics/Call fo Papers

IEEE 35th Intl. Symposium on Reliable Distributed Systems
SRDS 2016
September 26-29, 2016, Budapest, Hungary
Sponsored by IEEE Computer Society
Abstract submission: April 4 (extended)
Paper submission : April 11 (extended)
Author notification: June 20
Camera-ready paper: July 22
Conference: September 26-29
The Symposium on Reliable Distributed Systems is a forum for researchers and practitioners interested in distributed systems design, development and evaluation, particularly with emphasis on reliability, availability, safety, security, trust and real-time. We welcome original Research Papers as well as Practical Experience Reports.
The major areas of interest include, but are not limited to:
* Autonomic, pervasive and ubiquitous computing
* Cloud computing and virtualization: X-As-A-Service
* Dependability benchmarking
* Dependability of distributed databases and transaction processing
* Dependability of distributed multimedia systems
* Dependable communication networks, QoS control and assessment
* Dependable cooperative mobile systems: ad hoc networks, sensor
networks, robot networks
* Dependability in cyber-physical systems and Internet-of-Things
* Distributed algorithms
* Distributed objects and middleware systems
* Experimental or analytical evaluations of dependable distributed
* Fault tolerance, reliability and availability in distributed systems
* Formal methods and foundations for dependable distributed computing
* High-assurance and safety-critical distributed system design and
* Internet-based systems and applications
* Parallel and distributed operating systems
* Privacy-assuring large-scale data management systems
* Resilience in distributed infrastructures (vehicular networks, power
grids, etc.)
* Secure and trusted distributed systems
* Self-stabilization and fault recovery in distributed systems
Papers must be written in English and should be no longer than 10 pages, following the IEEE two-column format for conference proceedings. All necessary details to substantiate the main claims of the paper should be included in a clearly marked appendix. Please check for information the submission page at
SRDS 2016 will organize a PhD Student Forum. It provides an opportunity for PhD students and graduate students to present their research to a renowned audience, receive live feedback and exchange their ideas.
All papers accepted for presentation at the symposium will be evaluated for the Best Paper Award.

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