Organized by Universitat Politècnica de València, the 50th Annual IEEE/IFIP International Conference on Dependable Systems and Networks (DSN2020) will be held on-line for the first time in the past 50-year of DSN history.
Chaired by Juan-Carlos Ruiz and Pedro Gil, researchers of ITACA Institute, DSN2020 will feature a rich program including:
On this special year, the conference will also offer to attendees 3 outstanding invited speakers. Jeannet M. Wing, Avenessians Director of the Data Science Institute and Professor of Computer Science Columbia University will talk about “Trustworthy AI”. Dahlia Malkhi, Research Lead at Calibra, will present “The Journey to Libra Blockchain Core and Beyond”. And Finally, Jose Duato, Professor of Computer Engineering at Universitat Politècnica de València and Member of the Spanish Royal Academy of Sciences, will focus on how “Guaranteeing acceptable levels of performability in modern interconnection networks despite congestion”.
In addition to the traditional Best Paper and Test-of-Time Awards, and the well-known William C. Carter and Jean-Claude Laprie Awards, this year the Rising Star in Dependability Award will be given for the first time.
Registration to @DSN2020 is OPEN and the registration fee is of only 25 €. Do not miss the opportunity to be at last of the advances in dependable and secure computing. Please register here.
For details of the DSN2020 program, please visit http://www.dsn.org/final-program/complete-program.
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