Call for participation to DSN-2016, Toulouse, June 28 – July 1st 2016

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Call for participation to DSN-2016, Toulouse, June 28 – July 1st 2016

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DSN 2016

The 46th Annual IEEE/IFIP International Conference on Dependable Systems and Networks

Toulouse, June 28 - July 1st, 2016


Program and

Deadline for discounted registration fees is approaching

DSN is the most prestigious international forum for presenting advanced and innovative research results, problem solutions, practices, and insights on new challenges in the field of dependable computing and security. The whole spectrum of IT and cyber-physical systems and application areas with stringent relevant dependability and security concerns are of interest to DSN, including innovative architectures, protocols and algorithms, models for performance and dependability evaluation, as well as, experimentation and assessment of dependable and secure systems and networks.


The program covers several tracks, including:

    58 regular paper category and experience reports, in the main track.

    5 workshops on focused topics and emergent domains.

    4 sessions dedicated to 16 presentations by industry.

    A session of student papers and a session of short presentations of current work.

    6 tutorials by experts from academia and industry, lasting from 4 to 6 h, spread over all conference days, give attendees more opportunities to participate in one or a few of them. Short videos introducing the tutorials are posted on the conference web site.

     2 keynotes: by Pascal Andrei, Vice-President Chief Product Security Officer and Executive Expert, Airbus Group, on Aircraft Security from the Manufacturer Perspective; the second one by Nicolas Demassieux, Senior Vice President Research, on Paving the Way for Dependable Software defined Infrastructures.

    A special session dedicated to Jean-Claude Laprie, one of the precursors of the dependability field. In particular, this session celebrates the 5th anniversary of the Jean-Claude Laprie Award with short talks by some of the precursors of the dependability domain, among whom recipients of the Jean-Claude Laprie Awards over this five-year period.