Student Forum

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.

Advance Program

Chair : Philip Koopman
  • Dependability Analysis of the Java Virtual Machine
    Salvatore Orlando (University of Naples Federico II)
  • Crash-Time Checkpoint and Recovery System
    Zhigang Huo (Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Sciences)
  • Towards Adaptive Process Ordering in Asymmetric Distributed Protocols
    Livia Sampaio (Federal University of Campina Grande)
  • Proactive System Diagnosis Based on a Metastasis Model
    Seung Gu Kim (Pohang University of Science and Technology)




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 2005 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. There is no revision cycle. Contributions should be submitted through Student Forum submission page as Portable Document Format (.pdf), or Post Script (.ps) files.
 
Go to Student Forum submission page
 

Acceptance and Notification

The criteria for acceptance of Student Research Papers will be originality, relevance and interest to the community. You will be notified by April 28, 2005.

Important Notes

The final submission deadline is April 8, 2005, but you are encouraged to send in your submission well in advance of the final deadline. Late submissions will not be accepted; no fooling. By submitting a Student Research Paper you are committing yourself to present it at the conference if it is accepted.
Questions or comments about the Student Forum should be directed to the Student Forum Chair: Philip Koopman (Carnegie Mellon Univ., USA)koopman@cmu.edu

Chair

Philip Koopman (Carnegie Mellon Univ., USA) <koopman@cmu.edu>

Program Committee

Henrique Madeira (Univ. Coimbra, Portugal)
Kazuhiko Iwasaki (Tokyo Metro. Univ., Japan)

Deadlines

Submission: April 8, 2005
Notification: April 28, 2005

Student Travel Grants

The IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Fault-Tolerant Computing will solicit applications for travel scholarships to partially offset the cost of students planning to attend DSN-2005 in Yokohama, Japan, June 28-July 1, 2005.
To be eligible, the applicant must be enrolled in a degree program at the time of DSN-2005. Authors of accepted papers, students submitting papers to the Student Forum, and others are all welcome to apply. Participation, such as presenting a regular paper or a paper in the Student Forum will be used as one criterion in awarding the scholarships, however.
The Technical Committee anticipates awarding scholarships in the range of $500. To apply, submit a write-up not exceeding 500 words stating your student status and summarizing your current research related to dependable computing and describing how it is relevant to DSN-2005, what you hope to learn by attending the conference, and how you expect it to affect your future research directions. Also include your name, postal address, electronic mail address, telephone number, and fax number. Applications must be received no later than April 8, 2005 and should be submitted through Student Travel Grant Application page as Portable Document Format (.pdf), or Post Script (.ps) files. The awards will be announced by Apr 28, 2005. Questions about the Student Grant applications should be directed to the Student Forum Chair: Philip Koopman (Carnegie Mellon Univ., USA) koopman@cmu.edu
 
Go to Student Travel Grant Application page