SRDS-UG Research Posters 2010 : IEEE SRDS 2010 - Undergraduate Research Posters Track
Call For Papers
Call for Undergraduate Research Posters
IEEE SRDS 2010
29th International Symposium on Reliable Distributed Systems
November 1 - 3, 2010, Delhi, INDIA
For 29 years, the IEEE Symposium on Reliable Distributed Systems has been a traditional forum for researchers and practitioners who are interested in reliability, security, availability, privacy, and safety of systems and networks. The symposium includes full research paper tracks, short paper tracks, and various workshops. This year, we have added a posters track to give an opportunity to motivated undergraduates who have already entered the world of research, to showcase their work. It will provide young researchers an informal setting in which they will be able to talk about their work. Experienced conference attendees will get a chance to interact with fresh innovative minds and share their valuable insights with the students.
Submissions are invited from undergraduates who are playing a key role in a research project in any topic relevant to the symposium. Authors must be either enrolled in an undergraduate program at the time of submission, or may have just completed their undergraduate program no earlier than April 2010. They must not be enrolled in a graduate program at the time of submission. The poster must describe original research work, not submitted or published elsewhere. Students may submit posters on work in progress, but which is showing some promising preliminary results. Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
• Security and privacy issues in wireless ad hoc and sensor networks
• Dependability in autonomic, pervasive and ubiquitous computing
• Support for trustworthy computing in operating systems and databases
• Scalable systems design and issues of trust in social networks
• Internet dependability and quality of service
• Safety-critical systems and critical infrastructures
• Dependability of high-speed networks and protocols
• Fault-tolerance in embedded systems, mobile, and multimedia systems
• Dependable wireless networks and peer-to-peer networks
• Intrusion-tolerant, survivable, and self-stabilizing systems
• Dependability in grid-, cluster-, and cloud computing
• Measurement, monitoring, and prediction in distributed systems
• Analytical or experimental evaluations of dependable distributed systems
• Formal methods and foundations for dependable distributed computing
• Performance and dependability assessing techniques, tools, and results
Formatting and submission guidelines are similar to paper submissions except that there are no categories and the page limit is TWO PAGES.
All accepted posters will be included in a “Posters Proceedings” distributed at the Symposium. The posters will also be made available online from the Conference web-page.
Poster (Two-page extended abstract) submission: July 30, 2010
Author notification: August 25, 2010
Camera ready: September 25, 2010
Posters Date: November 1, 2010.