[ecoop-info] EDCC 2014 - call for workshop proposals

Alexander Romanovsky alexander.romanovsky at newcastle.ac.uk
Sat Jun 8 11:45:47 CEST 2013


In conjunction with the
EDCC 2014: Tenth European Dependable Computing Conference
Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
May 13-16, 2014

Important dates

Proposal submission: September 10, 2013
Acceptance notification: September 25, 2013
Call for papers available: October 15, 2013
Workshops date: May 13, 2014


EDCC-2014 is inviting proposals for one-day and half-day high-quality workshops in
the area of dependability. Proposals may be on any topic related to dependability,
with a particular interest in emerging areas.

EDCC Workshops will take place one day before the main conference in Newcastle
upon Tyne, UK, on May 13, 2014.

Workshop proposals (not exceeding three pages, 11pt) should include
the following information:
    - The title of the workshop
    - A technical description of the workshop topic area
    - A short description of the intended length and format of the workshop
    - A brief statement of the relevance of the workshop to EDCC
    - A short description of previous editions of the workshop, if they existed
    - The names and e-mail addresses of the organizing committee
    - A list of proposed program committee members

Accepted workshops will organize their own publicity, submissions and peer-review
procedures. They should provide their own web page, which will be linked from
the EDCC 2014 web site. Workshop organisers will be responsible for preparing
the papers for their workshops in the form required. The EDCC organisation team
will provide companion proceedings by publishing all workshop papers available
in the ACM Computing Research Repository (CoRR) http://www.acm.org/corr/.

Conference background

EDCC is the leading European conference for presenting and discussing the latest
research in dependable computing. As in previous years, its tenth edition aims at
providing a European-hosted venue for researchers and practitioners from all over
the world to present and discuss their latest research results on dependability,
security, fault-tolerance, and testing. Topics include theory, techniques, systems,
and tools for the design, validation, operation and evaluation of dependable and
secure computing systems, covering any fault model, from traditional hardware
and software faults to accidental and malicious human interactions.


Workshop proposal submissions shall be made by email to:

Andrea Bondavalli
andrea.bondavalli at unifi.it<mailto:andrea.bondavalli at unifi.it>

EDCC 2014 Workshops Chair

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