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                      FINAL Call for Participation

                    *** UPDATED Program Summary ***

                    15th International Conference on
            Reliable Software Technologies - Ada-Europe 2010

                   14 - 18 June 2010, Valencia, Spain


        *** Final Program available on conference web site. ***
                *** Check out the tutorial program! ***
                 *** Printed proceedings available. ***
                         *** Register now! ***


Press release:

Ada-Europe Conference on Reliable Software Technologies

International experts meet in Valencia

Valencia (6 June 2010 23:00) - Ada-Europe, in cooperation with ACM's
Special Interest Group on Ada, organizes the "15th International
Conference on Reliable Software Technologies - Ada-Europe 2010"
from 14 to 18 June in Valencia, Spain.

The conference offers two days of tutorials, three invited speakers, a
full technical program of refereed papers, a collection of industrial
presentations, a special session on Software Vulnerabilities and
Security, an industrial exhibition, and a social program.

The 8 excellent tutorials on Monday and Friday cover a broad range
of topics: Developing High-Integrity Systems with GNATforLEON/ORK+;
Software Design Concepts and Pitfalls; Using Object-Oriented
Technologies in Secure Systems; Hypervisor Technology for Building
Safety-Critical Systems: XtratuM; How to Optimize Reliable Software;
Developing Web-Aware Applications in Ada with AWS; SPARK: The Libre
Language and Toolset for High-Assurance Software; C#, .NET and Ada:
Keeping the Faith in a Language-Agnostic Environment.

Three eminent keynote speakers have been selected to open each day of
the core conference program.  Theodore Baker (Florida State University,
USA), a leading researcher in Ada and Real-Time systems, will examine
the state of the art in multiprocessor real-time scheduling in his talk
"What to Make of Multicore Processors for Reliable Real-Time Systems?".
Pedro Albertos (Universidad Politécnica de Valencia, Spain), a most
authoritative member of the Automatic Control community, will explore
the relationship between implementation and performance of control
algorithms in a talk entitled "Control Co-Design: Algorithms and their
Implementation".  James Sutton (Lockheed Martin, USA), a renowned
expert software architect, in his talk entitled "Ada: Made for the 3.0
World" will explore how Ada is prepared for a world that makes peace
with complexity and chaos, and learns to use them to its advantage.

The technical program presents 17 refereed and carefully selected
papers on the latest research, new tools, applications and industrial
practice and experience, a collection of 11 industrial presentations
reflecting current practice and challenges, and an invited session on
the hot topic of software vulnerabilities and security.  Springer
Verlag publishes the proceedings of the conference, as LNCS Vol. 6106.

The exhibition opens in the mid-morning break on Tuesday and runs
continuously until the end of the afternoon break on Thursday.
The exhibitors include the following vendors: AdaCore, Altran Praxis,
Atego (formerly Aonix), and Ellidiss Software (formerly TNI Europe).

The social program includes on Tuesday evening a welcome reception
at the Jardí Botànic, the botanical garden within walking distance
from the conference venue, and on Wednesday evening a bus trip to
and conference banquet in the Masía Xamandreu, a beautiful Valencian
country house built in the 19th century.

The venue for the Ada-Europe 2010 conference is the Fundación
Universidad-Empresa - ADEIT.  It is a modern building located behind
Santa Catalina Church, in the historical city centre of Valencia and
very close to most historic buildings and monuments.  The full program
is available on the conference web site.  Registration is still open.


Latest updates:

- The 12-page "Final Program" is available on the conference web site
  <>, and directly at

- Check out the 8 tutorials in the final program (PDF) or
  via the hyperlinks in the tutorial schedule on

- The proceedings, published by Springer Verlag as Lecture Notes in
  Computer Science Vol. 6106, are ready and will be distributed at
  the conference.  More info is available at

- Registration fees are very reasonable and the registration can
  be done on-line (preferred) or by faxing a filled-out form to
  the conference secretariat.  For all details, see
  <>.  Don't delay!

- For the latest information consult the conference web site.


Please circulate widely.
Our apologies if you receive multiple copies of this announcement.

Dirk Craeynest, Ada-Europe'2010 Publicity Chair
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*** 15th Intl.Conf.on Reliable Software Technologies - Ada-Europe'2010
*** June 14-18, 2010 *** Valencia, Spain ***