While the attack systems have become more easy-to-use, sophisticated, and powerful, interest has greatly increased in the field of building more effective, intelligent, adaptive, active and high performance defense systems which are distributed and networked. The conference will cover research on all theoretical and practical aspects related to network and system security, such as authentication, access control, availability, integrity, privacy, confidentiality, dependability and sustainability of computer networks and systems. The aim of NSS is to provide a leading edge forum to foster interaction between researchers and developers with the network and system security communities, and to give attendees an opportunity to interact with experts in academia, industry, and governments.
CAiSE is a well-established highly visible conference series on Information Systems (IS) Engineering. It covers all relevant topics of IS engineering such as methodologies and approaches for IS engineering, innovative platforms, architectures and technologies, and engineering of specific kinds of IS. CAiSE conferences also have the tradition of hosting several workshops in its area. Workshops are intended to focus on particular topics and provide ample room for discussion of new developments.
CAiSE'13, the 25th instantiation of the CAiSE series, invites proposals for workshops to be held in conjunction with the conference, related to the CAiSE topics, covering new emerging topics and targeting ground breaking papers in the special focus area.
The Annual IEEE/IFIP International Conference on Dependable Systems and Networks (DSN) is the most prestigious international forum for presenting research results in the field of dependability and security.
The rapidly expanding Information Technologies (IT) increasingly form the basis of all imaginable and novel emergent application paradigms, with the technical aspects being as important as the growing socio-economical and societal values.
Dependability and security aspects are essential, as both the society and individuals rely more and more on the services delivered by IT. Coping with attacks and unintentional faults in a rapidly evolving technological and application environment generates new challenges for the dependability and security community thus driving DSN.
DSN is now in its fifth decade of evolution and has a sustained tradition to address both conceptual and applied research results related to actual questions posed by the rapid IT evolution. This flagship dependability conference addresses the entire spectrum of scientific and technological challenges which are indispensable to solve for partaking the benefits of modern IT.
DSN 2013 aims at offering a value focused program including plenary talks, regular papers, experience reports, panels, student forum, fast abstracts, demonstrations of tools and technologies, debate sessions, together with state-of-the-art workshops and tutorials. The tradition of offering a high quality program assumes the contribution of the leading researchers and we look forward to your participation!
The purpose of the 15th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems (ICEIS) is to bring together researchers, engineers and practitioners interested in the advances and business applications of information systems. Six simultaneous tracks will be held, covering different aspects of Enterprise Information Systems Applications, including Enterprise Database Technology, Systems Integration, Artificial Intelligence, Decision Support Systems, Information Systems Analysis and Specification, Internet Computing, Electronic Commerce, Human Factors and Enterprise Architecture.
1. Databases and Information Systems Integration
2. Artificial Intelligence and Decision Support Systems
3. Information Systems Analysis and Specification
4. Software Agents and Internet Computing
5. Human-Computer Interaction
6. Enterprise Architecture
The conference provides a forum for engineers and scientists in academia, industry, and government to present their latest research findings in any aspects of distributed and parallel computing. Papers are solicited on a wide range of distributed systems and solutions, including:
Algorithms and Theory
Security and Privacy
Fault Tolerance and Dependability
Wireless, Mobile, Sensors, and Ubiquitous Computing
Big Data, Data Management, and Analytics
Cloud Computing and Data-Center Systems
P2P, Distributed OS, and Middleware
Web-based Systems and Applications
Energy Management and Green computing
Crowdsourcing, Social Networks, and Reputation Systems
The annual System Dynamics conference brings together people from around the world to share important research and application results and to build the community of those active in the field. For 2013 we return to the Cambridge-Boston area, just minutes from MIT where Jay Forrester conducted his groundbreaking work. The conference, with a theme of Creating the Future from Within, will emphasize prospective studies with a focus on internally generated dynamics.
There will be plenary presentations showcasing important work in the field along with parallel and poster sessions making available the most current research, applications, and work in progress. There is a full day of skill-building workshops covering a range of topics from basic software use to advanced analysis techniques.
In addition, there will be panel discussions, special interest group sessions, student colloquia, the modeling assistance workshop, cultural events, vendor displays, exhibits, demonstrations, Society business meetings, and other related activities. The conference schedule will provide time for relaxed social and professional interaction.
The Society’s annual international conference is held alternately in North America and Europe, with occasional appearances in Asia and the Pacific Rim. These conferences, and the meetings of local chapters and interest groups, introduce newcomers to the field, keep practitioners aware of current developments, and provide unparalleled networking opportunities.