International Conference on Dependable Systems and Their Applications

Welcome


In 2017, the International Conference on Trustworthy Systems and Their Applications (TSA) and the International Symposium on Dependable Computing and Internet of Things (DCIT) were merged into one large conference and renamed as the International Conference on Dependable Systems and Their Applications (DSA). This year will be the fifth meeting after the merge. In the past, both TSA and DCIT were technically sponsored by the IEEE Reliability Society. Following the same tradition, DSA 2021 also has the same technical sponsorship from IEEE. The focus is on innovative methodologies, techniques, tools, and management to produce dependable and trustworthy systems and their applications in a more cost-effective way. It provides an opportunity for academic researchers, industry practitioners, and government policy and decision makers to exchange ideas and results, share experiences, and explore possible solutions to overcome current challenges.

News & Announcements


  • Submission deadline for regular and short papers has been extended to May 31, 2021.
  • Papers of top quality will be invited to submit their extended versions to a special issue of Journal of Systems and Software published by Elsevier.
  • Opening Remark


    Carole Graas's avatar
    Dr. Carole Graas USA

    President of IEEE Reliability Society

    Keynote Speakers


    Keynote 1: Dependable Compilers: Challenges, Solutions, and Tools (August 5)
    He Jiang's avatar
    Professor He Jiang China

    Professor, School of Software
    Dean, Artificial Intelligence Institute, Dalian

    Dalian University of Technology

    Awardee of the National Science Fund for Excellent Young Scholars
    Associate Editor of IEEE Transactions on Reliability

    Keynote 2: Code Recommendation: A Systematic Perspective (August 6)
    Zhiqiu Huang's avatar
    Professor Zhiqiu Huang China

    Professor, College of Computer Science and Technology
    Vice President, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics


    Director of Key Laboratory of Safety-Critical Software
    Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics
    Ministry of Industry and Information Technology

    Topics of Interest


    • Algorithms, Architecture, Framework, Design Patterns and Maintenance for Dependable Systems and Software
    • Security, Threats, Privacy, Safety, and Risk Management
    • Dependability and Reliability Modeling and Measurement
    • Fault Tolerance, Survivability, Resilience, and Availability
    • Metrics, Measurement, and Quality Assessment
    • Requirements, Process, Standards, Productivity, and Project Management
    • Quality Assurance, Maintenance, and Reverse Engineering and Re-Engineering
    • Verification, Validation, Testing, Analysis, Debugging, Model Checking, and Program Repair
    • Formal Methods and Theories
    • Communication, Networking, Optimization, and Performance
    • Pervasive, Ubiquitous, Service-Oriented, and Cloud Computing
    • Collaborative, Distributed, Embedded, Real-Time, High Performance, Highly Dependable, Intelligent, Multimedia Systems
    • Big Data and Storage
    • Prognostics and Health Management
    • IoT, Supply Chain, Cyber-Physical Systems, Industry 4.0 and Smart City
    • Empirical Studies, Benchmarking, and Industrial Best Practices
    • Applications, Tools, and Automation
    • Approaching Artificial Creativity

    Sponsor

    North Minzu University

    North Minzu University

    Technical sponsor

    IEEE Reliability Society

    IEEE Reliability Society

    Conference patrons

    Key Laboratory of Space Utilization, Chinese Academy of Sciences

    Key Laboratory of Space Utilization, Chinese Academy of Sciences

    Beihang University

    Beihang University

    Beijing High Quality of System Technology Ltd.

    Beijing High Quality of System Technology Ltd.