DSN 2011

DSN 2011
The 41st Annual IEEE/IFIP International Conference on Dependable Systems and Networks



Call for Contribution

Click here for the printable call for contributions mini-poster (2-page Acrobat file).

DSN 2011 will feature a number of coordinated tracks, including: The Dependable Computing and Communication Symposium (DCCS), the Performance and Dependability Symposium (PDS), several workshops, tutorials, a student forum, and fast abstract sessions. We invite you to contribute to this premier conference by submitting to any of the categories below.

Topics of interest for DSN include, but are not limited to: Architectures for Dependable, Secure and Resilient Computer Systems; Dependability Benchmarking, Modeling and Prediction; Dependability of High-Speed Networks and Protocols; Dependability and security of hardware technologies (VLSI, Systems and networks on chip, nanoarchitectures, etc.); E-Commerce Dependability; Fault-Tolerance in Transaction Processing Systems, Distributed Systems, Embedded and Real-Time Systems, Mobile Systems and Multimedia Systems; Internet Dependability and Quality of Service; Adaptable, Survivable and Intrusion-Tolerant Systems; Safety-Critical Systems and Critical Infrastructures; SoftwareTesting, Validation and Verification; Software Reliability; Performance and Dependability Assessment by means of Measurement, Analysis and Simulation Techniques,Tools and Results; Dependability and Security of Sensor, Wireless, and Ad-hoc Networks; Failure, Vulnerability and Threat Analysis and Assessment.

Please note that in all cases one of the paper authors must attend DSN to present the paper personally. Substitute presenters are not permitted.


Submission Links (No Extensions):

Important: All submissions must be made via the appropriate web submission site unless otherwise stated.


Submission Hard Deadlines (No Extensions):


What's The Difference Between PDS and DCCS?


There are two tracks for regular papers, practical experience reports, demonstrations, and panels: DCCS and PDS. Below is a summary of the main differences between these two tracks.