Sep 30, 2024

The 43rd International Symposium on Reliable Distributed Systems (SRDS 2024)

Advanced Techniques for Secure and Reliable Distributed Systems (ATSReDS)

at Charlotte, USA

The "Advanced Techniques for Secure and Reliable Distributed Systems (ATSReDS)" workshop provides a forum for researchers and practitioners to explore innovative solutions in enhancing the security and reliability of distributed systems. Topics include novel security approaches, fault tolerance techniques, verification methods, real-time aspects, and practical experiences. Through discussions and collaboration, the workshop aims to advance the development of resilient and dependable distributed systems.

Themes and Goals, and Relevance to the SRDS Community: The "Advanced Techniques for Secure and Reliable Distributed Systems (ATSReDS)" workshop is centered around the overarching themes of security, reliability, and dependability in distributed systems. The primary goal of this workshop is to foster discussions and exploration of advanced techniques that address the growing challenges of ensuring the security and reliability of distributed systems in various application domains.

Key themes to be addressed include:

Security Enhancement: Novel approaches for mitigating cyber threats and vulnerabilities in distributed systems.

Reliability and Dependability: Techniques for enhancing fault tolerance, resilience, and availability in distributed architectures.

Verification and Validation: Methods and tools for ensuring correctness, consistency, and compliance with desired properties in distributed systems.

Real-time Aspects: Considerations and strategies for managing real-time requirements in the design, implementation, and operation of distributed systems.

Practical Experiences: Case studies, lessons learned, and best practices from deploying secure and reliable distributed systems in real-world scenarios.

These themes are highly relevant to the SRDS community, which comprises researchers, practitioners, and industry experts dedicated to advancing the state-of-the-art in reliable distributed systems. By providing a platform for interdisciplinary dialogue and knowledge exchange, the workshop aims to contribute to the broader goals of the SRDS community in promoting innovation and excellence in distributed systems research and practice.


Paper submission deadline: July 10, 2024

Acceptance notification: July 25, 2024

Final paper (CRC) submission deadline: Aug 10, 2024

Submission Link:

The goal of this event is to bring leaders in information technology together from across the globe.


The Speakers

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 Conference Organizers

1. Prof. (Dr.) Neeraj Kumar (Nehra), Dean, Digital Content Transformation (DCT), Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology, Patiala (Punjab), India


2. Prof. (Dr.) Brij Bhooshan Gupta, Professor with the Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering (CSIE), Asia University, Taiwan


3. Dr. Sachin Sharma, Chief Manager (Systems), State Bank of India, Global Information Technology Centre, Panchkula, India



Prof. (Dr.) Neeraj Kumar (Nehra) is a Senior Member of IEEE and holds the position of Dean, Digital Content Transformation (DCT) at Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology, Patiala, India. He serves as a Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering. With expertise in areas like VANET, CPS, IoT, Cloud computing, and Cryptography, Dr. Neeraj has authored 150+ research papers in esteemed journals and conferences. He is a mentor to numerous Ph.D. and M.E./M.Tech. scholars and actively collaborates with leading institutions worldwide.

Prof. (Dr.) Brij Bhooshan Gupta Prof Brij B. Gupta received the PhD degree from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Roorkee, India (One of the oldest technical institutes in Asia). In more than 17 years of his professional experience, he published over 500 papers in journals/conferences including 30 books and 10 Patents with over 20,000 citations. He has received numerous national and international awards including Canadian Commonwealth Scholarship (2009), Govt. of Canada, Visvesvaraya Faculty Research Fellowship Award (2017), MeitY, Govt of India, IEEE GCCE outstanding and WIE best paper awards and Best Faculty Award (2018 & 2019), NIT KKR, India respectively. Prof Gupta is also serving as Distinguished Research Scientist with LoginRadius Inc., USA which is one of leading cybersecurity companies in the world, especially in the field of customer identity and access management (CIAM). He is also selected in the 2021 and 2020 Stanford University’s ranking of the world’s top 2% scientists. He is also a visiting/adjunct professor with several universities (i.e. Temple University, Macquarie University, Yamaguchi University, University of Murcia, Deakin University, Staffordshire University, Swinburne University of Technology, etc) worldwide. He is also an IEEE Senior Member (2017) and also selected as 2021 Distinguished Lecturer in IEEE CTSoc. Dr Gupta is also serving as Member-in-Large, Board of Governors, IEEE Consumer Technology Society (2022-2024). Prof. Gupta is also leading IJSWIS, IJSSCI and IJCAC, IGI Global, as Editor-in-Chief. Moreover, he is also serving as lead-editor of Book Series with CRC, World Scientific and IET press. He also served as TPC members and organized/special session chairs in ICCE 2021, GCCE 2014-2021 and TPC Chair in 2018 INFOCOM: CCSNA Workshop, Publicity Co-chair in 2020 ICCCN, etc. Dr Gupta is also serving/served as Associate/Guest Editor of IEEE TII, IEEE TITS, IoT, IEEE Big Data, ASOC, FGCS, etc. At present, Prof. Gupta is working as Director, International Centre for AI and Cyber Security Research and Innovations, and Full Professor with the Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering (CSIE), Asia University, Taiwan. His research interests include cyber security, cloud computing, artificial intelligence, intrusion detection, blockchain technologies, cyber physical systems, social media and networking.

Dr. Sachin Sharma possesses extensive industrial expertise with renowned organizations like IBM, TCS, and SBI, spanning over 16 years. His focus areas include Telecommunication Technology, Retail, BFSI, and various IT fields. In 2020, he achieved his Ph.D. from Maharishi Markandeshwar University Mullana, and his outstanding research led to him being awarded the prestigious Research Fellowship in Banking Technology for 2021-22 by IIBF in collaboration with IDRBT. His research interests encompass Data Analytics, Information Security, Networking, and Biometrics, aiming to drive innovation and advancements in these domains.

The Venue

Charlotte, USA