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Workshop on CATARS
jeudi 10 janvier 2008


Workshop on Compiler and Architectural Techniques for Application Reliability and Security (CATARS)

To be held In Conjunction with the IEEE International Conference on Dependable Systems and Networks (DSN)

June 26th, 2008, Anchorage, Alaska, USA

Website

Important Dates

- *** Paper Submissions Due : March 7th, 2008 ****

- * Acceptance Notification : April 11th, 2008

- * Final Papers Due : May 1st, 2008

Theme and Goals

As computer systems grow more and more complex, it becomes harder to ensure that they operate in a reliable and secure fashion. The problem is especially severe at the application-level, due to the diversity of software platforms and the ever-increasing demand for adding new features in applications. Manual addition of ad-hoc techniques to ensure application fault and attack tolerance may be error-prone and runs the risk of missing important reliability loopholes and security vulnerabilities. This in turn can lead to catastrophic failures and devastating attacks. Compiler and architectural techniques can play a crucial role in automating both detection of and recovery from errors and attacks in applications.

The goal of this workshop is to provide a forum for researchers in the dependability and security communities to interact with compiler designers and computer architects, so that effective cross-pollination of ideas can occur between these areas. Further, the workshop will stress on the importance of designing for reliability and security in the computer architecture and compiler communities, where traditionally the emphasis has been on performance enhancement.

List of Topics

The workshop is open to all interested researchers working on dependability and security as well as on computer architecture and compilers. We encourage submissions including but not limited to the following topics :

  • Automated derivation and runtime enforcement of application invariants
  • Compile-time techniques for finding programming errors and security violations
  • Compiler and runtime techniques to aid development of distributed, fault-tolerant programs
  • Novel application-level code and data duplication techniques (in hardware or software)
  • Static Analysis to ensure conformance to reliability and security properties
  • Automated generation of fault-tolerant and attack-tolerant programs
  • Micro-architectural techniques for runtime error detection and containment
  • Architectural support for diagnosing and understanding application failures/compromises
  • Memory organization schemes for enabling detection of and recovery from errors and attacks
  • Design and Implementation of reconfigurable hardware for executing application checks
  • Reliability and security issues exposed due to multi-core processors and their mitigation
  • Novel programming language-level constructs for building fault-tolerant applications
  • Metrics for assessing application vulnerability to errors and security attacks
  • Verifiable byte-code/intermediate language and secure runtime infrastructures
  • Software obfuscation and hardware tamper-resistance

Submission Information

Submitted papers must be original work with no substantial overlap with papers that have been published or that are simultaneously published to a journal or conference with proceedings.

Papers should be at most 6 pages in IEEE proceedings style (two-column pages, single space, using 10 point font and 1-inch margins) including all figures and references.

We also encourage position papers and work-in-progress reports. These will be refereed based on the novelty of the idea and the ability to generate discussion at the workshop. Position-papers and work-in-progress reports must be clearly marked as such.

Submitted papers will be fully refereed by PC members. Accepted papers will be published in the supplemental volume of DSN 2008 proceedings (not archived in the IEEE digital library).

Submission will be via the web. Please check the workshop website for details.

Program Co-Chairs

- Karthik Pattabiraman, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, IL

- Shuo Chen, Microsoft Research, Redmond, WA

- Zbigniew Kalbarczyk, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, IL

Program Committee

- Todd Austin, University of Michigan (Ann Arbor)
- Emery Berger, University of Massachusetts (Amherst)
- Michael Hicks, University of Maryland (College Park)
- Subhasish Mitra, Stanford University
- Shubu Mukherjee, Intel Corporation
- Onur Mutlu, Microsoft Research (Redmond)
- Priya Narasimhan, Carnegie Mellon University
- Sanjay Patel, University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign)
- Josyula Rao, IBM T J Watson Research Center
- Zhendong Su, University of California (Davis)
- Timothy Tsai, Hitachi Corporation
- Dongyan Xu, Purdue University (West Lafayette)
- Jun Xu, Google Inc

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