Registration Desk at DSN 2004 will be open on June 28 during
the entire afternoon and the Welcome Reception. We strongly suggest that attendees register on June 28, and
only latecomers use June 29 from 7.30 to 8.00.
Angelo Marino of EU will present during the Business Meeting the latest information on IST Programme and on the cooperation with NSF
Tutorial A "Creating Strategy and Tactics Cyberspace " and Tutorial C "Distributed Denial of Service Attacks Background, Diagnosis and Mitigation" have been cancelled all, other three Tutorials are confirmed
Dr. Leslie Lamport Keynote Speaker at DSN 2004
Preliminary information about DSN 2005
The Student Forum will provide an opportunity for students working in the area of dependable computing to present and discuss their research objectives, approaches and preliminary results. The Forum is centered around a conference track during which the selected "student research papers" will be presented.
Preparation and Submission
Student research papers should be single-authored and describe preliminary results and future directions of the student's on-going research. The papers will be reviewed by a committee led by the Student Forum Chair. Accepted contributions will be published in the Supplement of the 2004 International Conference on Dependable Systems and Networks.
Papers should be no more than three pages long (IEEE double-column format), and should be submitted in camera-ready form, ready to be printed. Contributions should be submitted electronically (.pdf or .ps format) to the Student Forum Chair: Susanna Donatelli
Please name your file something very likely to be unique and recognizable; we suggest a concatenation of the first author's last name, organizational abbreviation, and a key word from the title; e.g., "jones-cmu-checkpoint.pdf" or "leblanc-laas-modeling.pdf".
You will receive email acknowledging your submission.
Acceptance and Notification
The criteria for acceptance of Student Research Papers will be originality, relevance and interest to the community. You will be notified when your submission has been screened and whether or not it was accepted.
The final submission deadline is April 26, 2004, but you are encouraged to send in your submission well in advance of the final deadline. The deadline for notification is May 11, 2004.
By submitting a Student Research Paper you are committing yourself to present it at the conference.
Questions or comments about the Student Forum should be directed to the Student Forum Chair: Susanna Donatelli
Student Forum Program Committee
Gianfranco Ciardo (William and Mary C., USA)
Geert Deconinck (Katholieke U. Leuven, Beglium)
Inhwan Lee (Hanyand U., Korea)