Workshop on Resilient Systems


The Resilience Path (RES) investigates the implications of hardware and software faults on the design of resilient systems for next-generation computing platforms. We design and build systems that are safe and secure against these faults.

As part of the annual path activity, a one-day symposium on resilient systems is being organized at cfaed, TU Dresden on Friday, 21st April 2017. The workshop will provide an excellent opportunity for students to get critical feedback from the leading experts in the field. The workshop will also act as a medium for us to get critical feedback for the next-phase cfaed proposal. 

The workshop program will consist of the following:

● Path overview: The path leaders will present an overview of the resilience path, describing the high-level mission, focus, research methodology, and research projects.

● Keynote talks: The program will have five invited talks from the leading scientists in the area of resilient systems from academia and industry.

- David Atienza (EPFL)
- Baris Kasikci (Microsoft Research)
- Onur Mutlu (ETH Zurich)
- Kay Römer (TU Graz)
- Ahmad-Reza Sadeghi (TU Darmstadt)

● Student talks: The workshop program will also consist of two sessions for (short) student talks, where a set of selected students (at most six) will present their ongoing research projects.

● Poster session: In addition, there will be a couple of poster sessions for all students in the resilience path, and also, in the orchestration path.