The 20th International Conference on Reliable Software Technologies – Ada-Europe 2015 will take place in Madrid, Spain. As per its traditional style, the conference will span a full week, with an ample offering of tutorials and satellite workshops on the Monday and Friday, and a core program of scientific, industrial and technology talks on Tuesday to Thursday.
The conference will provide an international forum for researchers, developers and users of reliable software technologies all over the world. Presentations and discussions cover applied and theoretical work currently conducted to support, the development and maintenance of reliable software systems.
The proceedings are published by Springer in “Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS)”, volume 9111.
We look forward to seeing you in Madrid in June!
6 July 2015: Slides available
A selection of slides presented at the conference are availble here. Authors are encouraged to send their slides for posting to the Program Chair.
23 June 2015: Conference starts
22 June 2015: Tutorials and DeCPS workshop start
16 June 2015: Live program available
The live program of the conference is available.
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10 June 2015: Ada Lovelace Bicentennial celebration added
A special Ada Lovelace Bicentennial Celebration session has been added to the program on Tuesday.
28 May 2015: Advance program for the DeCPS workshop available online
See the details on the workshop page.
4 May 2015: Advance program available online
See the overview page.
25 March 2015: Full program available
The technical program of the conference, including the keynote talks and the detailed content of the sessions is available on the web site.
23 March 2015: Registration opens
Now is the time to start registering to the conference. Register before June 7th, and get a 60 € discount.
14 March 2015: Tutorials program and conference outline available
Have a look at the conference program!
20 February 2015: the Program Committee made the selection
12 high quality papers selected out of 33 submissions (an acceptance ratio little over 35%), 9 tutorials, 9 industrial presentations (out of 14 submitted), a special session about methods, and more...