The 21st International Conference on 
Distributed Computing Systems (ICDCS-21)
April 16-19, 2001. 
Phoenix (Mesa), Arizona, USA
All your research are belong to us
Call For Papers
Program Committee
Student Travel
ICDCS is an IEEE Computer Society sponsored premier conference with a wide coverage of topics in Distributed Computing. It has a long history of significant achievements and worldwide visibility.
The conference is over. For a post-conference report, click here
Areas of Interest Call For papers (deadline over)
- Distributed Algorithms, 
- Distributed Operating Systems, 
- Distributed Databases, 
- Distributed Software Engineering,
- Security, 
- Internet Technologies, 
- Middleware, 
- Network Protocols, 
- Mobile Computing
- Real-time Systems, 
- Fault Tolerance and Distributed
- Agent Systems


Program Committee

There are five workshops held along with the conference. 72 papers and 16 posters are scheduled for presentation. The program is here

Registration rates and hotel information.

Travel Information

ICDCS History: 
ICDCS was known as "DCS" till 1991. The DCS conference was founded by Professor Ming T. (Mike) Liu in 1979. The past conference locations were:
2000. Taipei, Taiwan  1999. Austin, TX. 1998. Amsterdam
1997. Baltimore, MD. 1996: Hong Kong 1995: Vancouver,  Canada 
1994: Poznan, Poland 1993: Pittsburgh, PA. 1992: Yokohama, Japan 
1991: Arlington, TX. 1990: Paris, France  1989: Newport Beach, CA.
1988: San Jose, CA. 1987: Berlin, Germany  1986: Cambridge, MA.
1985: Denver, CO.  1984: San Francisco 1983 Hollywood, FL
1981 Versailles, France 1979: Huntsville, AL
ICDCS Future:
(subject to change):
2002: Vienna, Austria.
2003: Providence, RI
2004: Keio University, Japan