Tutorials will be given on the first day of the conference: June 24th. The
main conference program is on June 25-27. Tutorials are available only to
attendees who have registered for them and paid an additional tutorial
registration fee. Tutorial attendees will receive printed notes and a
mid-tutorial break. Lunch is on your own (there are many restaurants within a
one block walk of the conference hotel).
Printable Tutorial brochure --
contains descriptions of all tutorials (.pdf file).
Note: Student tutorial price reduced to $25 student IEEE
member; $30 non-member if booked by 1 June 2008. When booking, please put
"ST TUTORIAL $25" or "ST TUTORIAL $30" as appropriate in
the comments section of the registration form to receive the reduced rate (the
rates shown on the form will be the unreduced rate -- think of this as a coupon
code if you like). This price is per tutorial, so it is $50 or $60 total if you
sign up for both AM and PM tutorials. This is our break-even cost of handouts,
facilities, and break refreshments. If you have already registered for DSN,
please do an "update" to add the tutorial.
Morning Tutorials, June 24:
Afternoon Tutorials, June 24:
- Tutorial 1: Spam and Denial of
Information Attacks and Defenses
Calton Pu, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
- Tutorial 2: Software Patterns for
Robert Hanmer, Alcatel-Lucent, USA
- Tutorial 3: Database Replication
Rui Oliveira, Universidade do Minho, Portugal, Luis Rodrigues,
IST/INESC-ID, Portugal and Jose Pereira, Universidade do Minho, Portugal
- Tutorial 4: Secure Event
Dissemination in Publish-Subscribe Networks
Ling Liu, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
- Tutorial 5: Architecting
Dependable Systems: Preventing and Tolerating Faults
Rogerio de Lemos, University of Kent, UK and Cristina Gacek, Newcastle
- Tutorial 6: Soft Errors:
technology Trends, System Effects, and Protection Techniques
Subhasish Mitra, Stanford University, USA and Pia Sanda, IBM, USA
A separate registration fee applies to tutorials. All 6 tutorial presenters
have agreed to run tutorials based on expected enrollment levels.
For historical purposes: link to tutorial CFP.