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10th Latin-American Symposium on Dependable Computing (LADC 2020)

Event canceled due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The Latin-American Symposium on Dependable Computing (LADC) is the major event on computer system dependability in Latin-America. LADC'2020 will feature technical sessions, workshops, tutorials, fast abstracts, keynote talks from international experts in the area and an industrial track. The symposium scope includes recent research results on software and system dependability. The Symposium is promoted by the Special Committee on Fault-Tolerant Systems (CE-TF) of the Brazilian Computer Society (SBC).

Topics of Interest

  • Fault-tolerant hardware architectures, multi-core systems, virtualization, nanoscale computers, hardware dependability assessment.
  • Frameworks and software architectures for dependability, runtime monitoring, adaptation, model-driven dependability engineering, testing, verification & validation, software certification.
  • Dependability of networks (LAN, WAN, mobile, ad-hoc, sensor networks, protocols, SDN).
  • Dependability of data storage and databases.
  • Dependability and human issues, human-computer interaction, management of complex systems.
  • Security foundations, policies, protocols, access control, intrusion detection, intrusion tolerance.
  • Incidents & accidents, risk perception and analysis, safety-critical applications and systems.
  • Critical infrastructure protection.
  • Dependability and security modeling, measurement and benchmarking.
  • Dependability of maintenance, tuning performance and availability, security configuration.

The proceedings of LADC 2020 will be published and indexed by IEEE (tentative). Also, an extended version of selected papers will be published in a special issue of "The Journal of Brazilian Computer Society" (confirmed). A Best Paper Award is also a tradition in LADC and will be selected among the submitted works.

Event Details
Location: 
Florianópolis SC, Brazil