Munich and online 6-9 September 2022

Invitation for participation
SafeComp has contributed since 1979 to the progress of the state-of-the-art in dependable application of computers in safety-related and safety-critical systems. SafeComp is an annual event covering the state-of-the-art, experience and new trends in the areas of safety, security and reliability of critical computer applications. SafeComp provides ample opportunity to exchange insights and experience on emerging methods, ap-proaches and practical solutions. It is a single-track conference allowing easy networking. SAFECOMP 2022 will take place on 6-9 September 2022 at Fraunhofer AISEC and Galileo Science Technolgie Park in Munich Garching, a few subway stops from Munich city center.

Call for papers
The DECSoS Workshop (17th International Workshop on Dependable Smart Embedded Cyber-Physical Systems and Systems-of-System) was created by the ERCIM Dependable Embedded Systems Working Group and is still continuing successfully. Topics cover a large scope in the context of dependable, trustworthy systems. It is collocated with SAFECOMP as one of eight workshops on September 6th, at the same venue, with physical and online participation (hybrid). The call for papers for DECSoS is still open, the deadline is May 6th, 2022. Workshop papers are reviewed by at least three independent reviewers. Accepted papers will be published by Springer Nature in the LNCS series as “SAFECOMP 2022 Workshop Proceedings”.

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Workshops are listed under the tag “Workshops”.

Please contact:
Erwin Schoitsch, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology), This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Amund Skavhaug (NTNU, Trondheim, Norway), This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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