Call for Workshops

LADC'2019 will be held in Brazil at the beautiful city of Natal/RN, from November 19 to 21. LADC is the major Latin-American event on computer system dependability. All aspects of dependable and secure computer systems and systems of systems are within the scope of the conference, including fault tolerant architectures, protocols and algorithms, models for performance, dependability and security evaluation, experimentation and assessment of dependable and secure systems. This year's novelty is that the IX Brazilian Symposium on Computing Systems Engineering (SBESC) will be co-located with LADC, so it will make it a good opportunity for exchanging ideas with a wider community, and looking for partners for new projects.

LADC’2019 welcomes researchers and practitioners from both dependability and security domains to submit workshop proposals addressing hot topics and challenges, promoting discussions and exchange of ideas still on an early stage, or acting as working sessions to make progress towards current issues.

Proposal Submission

Prospective workshop organisers should send their proposal (no more than 4 pages in PDF) to Leonardo Montecchi ( and David de Andrés ( These proposals should present the following structure:

  • Title of the workshop
  • A description of the workshop, including their goals, scope and relevance to the LADC community
  • Expected format of the workshop (regular paper presentations, poster presentations, invited talks, panel discussions, demo sessions, …).
  • Information about the procedure for paper selection and publication, promotion and expected number of participants
  • Length (half-day or 1 day) of the workshop
  • Information about previous editions, if any
  • Brief bio of the workshop organisers, including their previous experience on organising workshops, and a tentative list of possible programme committee members
Important Dates

  • Workshop proposal submission deadline: July 3rd, 2019 [Firm].
  • Workshop acceptance notification to organisers: July 10th, 2019.

Workshop Chairs

Please email the workshop chairs for any question regarding workshops:

  • Anubis Rosseto (IFSul - Passo Fundo, BR):
  • David de Andrés (UPV, Spain):