Proposals are solicited for tutorials on topics that cover all aspects of dependable and secure systems. Candidate topics include, but are not limited to:

Tutorials about real-world systems in which the instructional material regards what actually happens in product and system development, as opposed to what happens in the research laboratory, are particularly welcome. Also encouraged are demonstrations of how techniques and tools from one area of dependability can be applied to others, such as fault tolerance to information assurance, safety, autonomic systems or autonomous diagnosis.

Tutorials should present a well-defined area with sufficient background, motivation, clarity and depth to enable the attendees to acquire a basic familiarity with the topic. Appropriate supporting materials should accompany presentations. Tutorial submissions are limited to 5 pages and should include the following:

Please submit all contributions through the web to the Tutorials Submission page.


Joanne Bechta Dugan (Univ. Virginia, USA) <[email protected]>


Submission: January 14, 2006