OPODIS: International Conference on Principles of Distributed Systems

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Event When Where Deadline
OPODIS 2019 Conference On Principles Of Distributed Systems
Dec 17, 2019 - Dec 19, 2019 Neuchâtel, Switzerland Sep 5, 2019 (Aug 31, 2019)
OPODIS 2018 22nd International Conference on Principles of Distributed Systems
Dec 17, 2018 - Dec 19, 2018 Hong Kong, China Sep 5, 2018 (Aug 31, 2018)
OPODIS 2017 OPODIS 2017 Call for Papers
Dec 18, 2017 - Dec 20, 2017 Lisbon Sep 4, 2017 (Aug 28, 2017)
OPODIS 2016 International Conference on Principles of Distributed Systems
Dec 13, 2016 - Dec 16, 2016 Madrid, Spain Aug 29, 2016 (Aug 22, 2016)
OPODIS 2015 19th International Conference on Principles of Distributed Systems
Dec 14, 2015 - Dec 17, 2015 Rennes, France Aug 31, 2015 (Aug 24, 2015)
OPODIS 2014 International Conference on Principles of Distributed Systems
Dec 15, 2014 - Dec 19, 2014 Cortina, Italy Jul 30, 2014 (Jul 23, 2014)
OPODIS 2013 17th International Conference On Principles Of DIstributed Systems
Dec 16, 2013 - Dec 18, 2013 Nice, France Jun 23, 2013
OPODIS 2011 15th International Conference On Principles Of Distributed Systems
Dec 13, 2011 - Dec 16, 2011 Toulouse, France Jul 15, 2011
OPODIS 2010 14th International Conference On Principles Of Distributed Systems
Dec 14, 2010 - Dec 17, 2010 Tozeur, Tunisia Jul 25, 2010
OPODIS 2009 13th International Conference On Principle Of DIstributed Systems
Dec 15, 2009 - Dec 18, 2009 Nimes, France Jul 15, 2009
OPODIS 2008 Internationnal Conference On Principles Of DIstributed Systems
Dec 15, 2008 - Dec 18, 2008 Luxor, Egypt Jul 14, 2008
 
 

Present CFP : 2019

OPODIS is an open forum for the exchange of state-of-the-art knowledge concerning distributed computing and distributed computer systems. OPODIS aims at having a balanced program that combines theory and practice of distributed systems. OPODIS solicits papers in all aspects of distributed systems, including theory, specification, design, system building, and performance. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

Biological distributed algorithms
Blockchain technology and theory
Communication networks (protocols, architectures, services, applications)
Cloud computing and data centers
Dependable distributed algorithms and systems
Design and analysis of concurrent and distributed data structures
Design and analysis of distributed algorithms
Randomization in distributed computing
Social systems, peer-to-peer and overlay networks
Distributed event processing
Distributed operating systems, middleware, and distributed database systems
Distributed storage and file systems, large-scale systems, and big data analytics
Edge computing
Embedded and energy-efficient distributed systems
Game-theory and economical aspects of distributed computing
Security and privacy, cryptographic protocols
Synchronization, concurrent algorithms, shared and transactional memory
Impossibility results for distributed computing
High-performance, cluster, cloud and grid computing
Internet of things and cyber-physical systems
Mesh and ad-hoc networks (wireless, mobile, sensor), location and context-aware systems
Mobile agents, robots, and rendezvous
Programming languages, formal methods, specification and verification applied to distributed systems
Self-stabilization, self-organization, autonomy
Distributed deployments of Machine Learning

Double-blind review
We will use double-blind peer review in OPODIS 2019. All submissions must be anonymous. We will use a somewhat relaxed implementation of double-blind peer review in OPODIS 2019: you are free to disseminate your work through arXiv and other online repositories and give presentations on your work as usual. However, please make sure you do not mention your own name or affiliation in the submission, and please do not include obvious references that reveal your identity. A reviewer who has not previously seen the paper should be able to read it without accidentally learning the identity of the authors. Please feel free to ask the PC chairs if you have any questions about the double-blind policy of OPODIS 2019.

Submissions
Papers are to be submitted electronically through EasyChair at the following Submission link (TBA). Submissions must be in English in pdf format and they must be prepared using the LaTeX style templates for LIPIcs and choosing the A4 paper option. A submission must not exceed 16 pages, including the cover page, figures, tables and references. The cover page should include the title of the paper, the authors’ names, affiliations and e-mails, the contact author, a list of keywords, and an abstract of 1 to 2 paragraphs summarizing the contributions of the submission. The submission must contain a clear presentation of the merits of the paper, including discussion of its importance, prior work, and an outline of key technical ideas and methods used to achieve the main claims. All of the ideas necessary for an expert to fully verify the central claims in the submission, including experimental results, should be included either in the submission or in a clearly marked appendix. The appendix will be read at the discretion of the reviewers. If desired, the appendix can be a copy of the full paper. A submission must report on original research that has not previously appeared in a journal or conference with published proceedings. It should not be concurrently submitted to such a journal or conference. Any overlap with a published or concurrently submitted paper must be clearly indicated. The Program Chairs reserve the right to reject submissions that are out of scope, of clearly inferior quality, or that violate the submission guidelines. Each of the remaining papers will undergo a thorough reviewing process.

Publication
OPODIS has post-proceedings published by Leibniz International Proceedings in Informatics (LIPIcs) in gold open access mode. The proceedings become available online, free of charge, after the conference. Preliminary versions of the proceedings will be available to participants at the conference electronically. The camera-ready version of a paper must have the same format and be of the same length as its submitted version.
Awards
Awards will be given to the best paper and the best student paper (i.e. primarily written by a student). Eligibility for the best student paper award should be clearly indicated on the cover page.
 

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