DAIS 2021

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DAIS 2021
21st International Conference on Distributed Applications and Interoperable Systems
Ordinal 21
Event in series DAIS
Subevent of DisCoTec 2021
Dates 2021/06/14 (iCal) - 2021/06/18
Homepage: https://www.discotec.org/2021/dais
Location
Location: Valletta, Malta
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Important dates
Submissions: 2021/02/05
Committees
General chairs: Adrian Francalanza
PC chairs: Fabíola Greve, Miguel Matos
Keynote speaker: Gilles Fedak, Mira Mezini, Alexandra Silva
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Scope The DAIS conference series addresses all practical and conceptual aspects of distributed applications, including their design, modeling, implementation and operation, the supporting middleware, appropriate software engineering methodologies and tools, as well as experimental studies and applications. Submissions will be judged on their originality, significance, clarity, relevance, and technical correctness.

The topics of interest to the conference include, but are not limited to:

Novel and innovative distributed applications and systems, particularly in the areas of

  • middleware,
  • cloud, edge and fog computing,
  • big data processing,
  • streaming and complex event processing,
  • distributed social networking,
  • IoT and cyber-physical systems,
  • mobile computing,
  • advanced networking (SDN/NFV),
  • micro-services and service-oriented computing,
  • peer-to-peer systems, and
  • data center and internet-scale systems.

Novel architectures and mechanisms, particularly in the areas of

  • publish/subscribe systems,
  • epidemic protocols,
  • language-based approaches,
  • virtualization and resource allocation,
  • distributed storage,
  • trusted execution environments,
  • blockchains, cryptocurrencies and smart contracts, and
  • distributed consensus mechanisms.

System issues and design goals, including

  • interoperability and adaptation,
  • self-* properties (e.g., self-organization, self-management,…),
  • security and practical applications of cryptography,
  • trust and privacy,
  • cooperation incentives and fairness,
  • fault-tolerance and dependability,
  • scalability and elasticity, and
  • tail-performance and energy-efficiency.