2006 Perspectives on Dependability Workshop in ACES 2.302

Contact Name: 
Jenna Whitney
Feb 15, 2006 8:00am - 5:00pm

Date/Time: February 15 2005 at 8:00 a.m.


ocation: ACES 2.302

Host: Lorenzo Alvisi

Workshop Descriptio

The International Conference on Dependable Systems and Networks (DSN)

is the premier international conference on dependable computing.

ithin DSN the Dependable Computing and Communications
Symposium (DCCS)
specializes on reporting research pertaining
to the performance and de

pendability of networked information
systems. The correct and efficient
operation of these systems
in terms of their security safety and reli

ability is increasingly
recognized as the central challenge in systems


The occasion of the DSN-2006 DCCS program committee meetin

at UT-Austin February 13-14 2006 brings together the
top acade

mic and industrial researchers in dependable software
and hardware arch

itectures intrusion detection and tolerance
distributed systems and a

lgorithms self-* systems and
dependable (dynamic) information network

s and infrastructures.

The 2006 Perspectives on Dependability Worksh

op February
15 2006 presents talks by several DCCS program committee

members. The Workshop is an exciting opportunity to sample

f-the-art research by the top practitioners in the
field including O.

Babaoglu R. Guerraoui I. Keidar G.
Muller A. Pataricza Y.-M. Wang
H. Yu C. Cachin V. Shmatikov
E. Duarte R. Jimenez J. Plank and H

. Vin.

A complete schedule is available www.cs.utexas.edu/%7Elasr/20


All workshop presentations are free and open to
the public;
we welcome your attendance. No registration is necessary.
The workshop will be held in the Applied Computational Engineering Science

Building (ACES) auditorium Room 2.302 on the UT campus at the southe

corner of Speedway and 24th Street.

The workshop is hosted b

y the Lab for Advanced Systems Research
(LASR) in the UT-Austin Dept of
Computer Sciences. We gratefully
acknowledge the IBM Austin Research

Laboratory for their sponsorship of
the 2006 Perspectives on Dependabil

ity Workshop.