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All,

I received the following because I am on an OLD email list for this
conference.  I have not yet attended, but would love to some day.  Rather
doubt I'll make it to Hong Kong, but who knows?

I was not sure how many of you would have received this, or would know
about it from some other context.

One of the things we often talk about is getting Ada-related papers into
conferences that are not specifically Ada conferences.  This one sounds to
me like an ideal venue for much of the work you/we are doing.  After all,
"Reliability Engineering" is best done by choosing good tools (e.g. a
language that supports reliability), etc.  :)

sro

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>(We apologize if you received multiple copies of this.)
>
>********************************************************
>***                 CALL FOR PAPERS                  ***
>***                                                  ***
>***          12th International Symposium            ***
>***                       on                         ***
>***        Software Reliability Engineering          ***
>***                  (ISSRE 2001)                    ***
>***            http://www.issre2001.org              ***
>***                                                  ***
>***           Nov. 28 - Dec. 1, Hong Kong            ***
>***                                                  ***
>********************************************************
>
>The International Symposium on Software Reliability
>Engineering is the leading symposium for dissemination
>of state-of-the-art software reliability research and
>engineering practice. The 12th edition of ISSRE will be
>held in the New World Renaissance Hotel in Hong Kong,
>and will have as special theme Software Reliability
>Engineering for Internet and E-Commerce.
>
>Hong Kong is a fitting place to focus on software
>reliability engineering aspects of the Internet
>revolution. The city plays a role of singular importance
>as China's chief source for world-class services and
>networks. In addition, Hong Kong continues to act as a
>gateway to many Asian markets. At ISSRE 2001 we bring
>together the major regional and international players,
>for a stimulating exchange of ideas and experiences in
>creating dependable Internet services.
>
>Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):
>  . Network system reliability
>  . Internet reliability engineering
>  . Quality of network service
>  . Mobile access availability
>  . Electronic commerce
>  . Mobile systems availability
>  . Software diversity
>  . Practice of reliability modeling
>  . Reliability measurement
>  . Software testing and verification
>  . Software reliability models
>  . Fault-tolerant and robust software
>  . Software architecture reliability
>  . Tools
>  . Software safety
>  . Reliability engineering education
>  . Reliability of distributed systems
>  . Technology transfer
>  . Reliability in software processes
>  . Standards and regulation
>  . Dependable e-services
>  . Measurements, empirical studies
>
>Special technical sessions, panel discussions
>and industry tracks will be committed to all
>facets of reliability engineering in the era
>of Internet and e-commerce.
>
>Submission information
>----------------------
>We solicit regular papers, tutorial proposals,
>panel proposals, industry and practical experience
>reports, fast abstracts and student papers.
>Best ISSRE'2001 papers will be recommended to
>IEEE Transactions on Reliabiilty for publication.
>Student travel awards are available.
>Details can be found on the ISSRE2001 web
>
>site: http://www.issre2001.org.
>
>Important dates
>---------------
>  April  1, 2001  Abstracts due
>  May    1, 2001  Full papers and experience reports due
>  June   1, 2001  Tutorial proposals, industry abstracts and panel proposals
>  August 1, 2001  Acceptance notifications
>  Sept.  1, 2001  Student papers and fast abstracts due
>  Nov. 28 - Dec. 1, 2001  Conference
>
>Sponsors
>--------
>IEEE Reliability Society and IEEE Computer Society,
>the Committee on Software Reliability Engineering
>of Technical Council on Software Engineering
>
>GENERAL CHAIR
>    Michael R. Lyu, Chinese University, Hong Kong
>PROGRAM CHAIRS
>    Joanne Bechta Dugan, University of Virginia, USA
>    Aad van Moorsel, HP Labs, USA
>PROGRAM COMMITTEE
>    Ed Allen, USA
>    Hany Ammar, USA
>    Anneliese Andrews, USA
>    Keijiro Araki, Japan
>    Farokh Bastani, USA
>    Fevzi Belli, Germany
>    Saida Benlarbi, Canada
>    Lionel Briand, Canada
>    Tadashi Dohi, Japan
>    Khaled El Emam, Canada
>    Bill Everett, USA
>    Bill Farr, USA
>    Sudipto Ghosh, USA
>    Swapna Gokhale, USA
>    Bob Horgan, USA
>    John Hudepohl, USA
>    Daniel Jeske, USA
>    Wendel Jones, USA
>    Karama Kanoun, France
>    Lori Kaufman, USA
>    George Knafl, USA
>    Sy-Yen Kuo, Taiwan
>    Jean-Claude Laprie, France
>    Yves Le Traon, France
>    Yashwant Malaiya, USA
>    Jose Carlos Maldonado, Brazil
>    Mod Marathe, USA
>    Aditya Mathur, USA
>    Ken-Ichi Matsumoto, Japan
>    Ying-Hua Min, China
>    John Musa, USA
>    Allen Nikora, USA
>    Mitsuru Ohba, Japan
>    Alberto Pasquini, Italy
>    Noel Samaan, USA
>    Norman Schneidewind, USA
>    Bob Stoddard, USA
>    Lorenzo Strigini, UK
>    Kevin Sullivan, USA
>    Yoshiro Tohma, Japan
>    Kishor Trivedi, USA
>    T.H. Tse, Hong Kong
>    Claes Wohlin, Sweden
>    Min Xie, Singapore
>    Shigeru Yamada, Japan
>INDUSTRY CHAIR
>    Peter Santhanam, IBM, USA
>FAST ABSTRACTS CHAIRS
>    Ram Chillarege, Opus 360, USA
>    Timothy Tsai, Avaya, USA
>STUDENT PAPERS CHAIRS
>    Bojan Cukic, W. Virginia U, USA
>    Carol Smidts, U Maryland, USA
>TUTORIALS CHAIRS
>    Taghi Khoshgoftaar, FAU, USA
>    Karl Leung, HKU/HKIVE, Hong Kong
>FINANCE CHAIR
>    Eric Wong, Telcordia, USA
>SPONSORS CHAIRS
>    K. T. Yung, Productivity Council, Hong Kong
>    Linda Rosenberg, NASA, USA
>PUBLICATION CHAIR
>    Mladen Vouk, NCSU, USA
>PUBLICITY CHAIR
>    Jogesh Muppala, UST, Hong Kong
>REGISTRATION CHAIR
>    Jiannong Cao, Poly. U, Hong Kong
>LOCAL ARRANGEMENTS
>    Roy Ko, Prod. Council, Hong Kong
>ACTIVITIES CHAIR
>    Hareton Leung, Poly.U, Hong Kong

S. Ron Oliver, semi-retired professor of Computer Science and Computer
Engineering.  www.csc.calpoly.edu/~sroliver

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