15th European Dependable Computing Conference
17-20 September 2019
The EDCC 2019 Student Forum is a vibrant and friendly environment where students can present and discuss their work, and exchange ideas and experiences with other students, researchers and industry.
Students are invited to submit papers describing their potential and ongoing research at any stage, from ideas to results.
One of the key goals of the Forum is to provide students with feedback on their preliminary results that might help with their future research directions.
We seek papers presenting early technical work, in-progress research and introduction of novel ideas to the community. Please refer to the EDCC 2019 Call for Papers for a detailed list of topics.
The first author of the paper must be a student.
Submitted papers should conform to the following template with a maximum of 4 pages (references included). Submission instructions will be provided soon through this page.
Student Forum papers will be reviewed by the members of the Student Forum Program Commitee. The selection will be based on the following criteria:
- Relevance to the technical content of EDCC 2019
- Technical soundness
- Quality and clarity of the written presentation
Students with accepted papers are expected to attend the conference and present the paper. A presentation slot will be reserved for students in the main EDCC conference program. For accepted papers, students can choose to have it published on arxiv.org, a free open-access publication service.
The Organizing Committee will provide certificates of attendance for students upon request.
- Submission: June 10th, 2019
- Author notification: TBA
- Camera ready: TBA
- Antonio Pecchia, Federico II University of Naples, Italy (Chair)
- Nuno Antunes, University of Coimbra, Portugal
- Mikael Asplund, Linköping University, Sweden
- Simona Bernardi, Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain
- Salvatore D’Antonio, Parthenope University of Naples, Italy
- Felicita Di Giandomenico, ISTI CNR, Italy
- Ilir Gashi, City University London, UK
- Michaël Lauer, LAAS-CNRS, France
- Roberto Nardone, University of Reggio Calabria, Italy