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



NEW  A complete printable program in PDF format [107KB] (this is final)

NEW AUTHOR GUIDELINES: If you are presenting a paper or poster, please read!

Fringe Benefits:
   1] Breakfast provided everyday (M,Tu,W,Th) at 7:30-8:30am
   2] Receptions on Mon and Tue 6-8pm
   3] Banquet on Wed 7-9pm
   4] Internet Room - open during conference hours
   5] Author preparation room (all your author are belong to us)
   6] Free personalized massages with unlimited cocktails (JUST KIDDING)

Mon April 16th: Workshop Day

International Workshop on Multimedia Network Systems (MNS)
Wireless Networks and Mobile Computing (WNMC)
International Workshop on Applied Reliable Group Communication (WARGC 2001)
International Workshop on Distributed Dynamic Multiservice Architectures (DDMA)
International Workshop on Smart Appliances and Wearable Computing (IWSAWC)

Tue April 17th: Technical Session, Day 1 and Poster Session
    Keynote: Ken Birman, Cornell University, 
       "Scalability: The Achilles Heel of an Increasingly Networked World"

Wed April 18th: Technical Session Day 2
    Keynote: John A. Stankovic, University of Virginia,
       "Distributed Systems Go Embedded"

Thu April 19th: Technical Session Day 3
    Keynote: Urs Hölzle, Google Inc.
       "Google -- Linux Clustering for Fun and Profit"

    Panel:  "Open Source Software: Is it More or Less Secure?"
        Moderator: Douglas Maughan, DARPA
        [This is a very important topic, see Day 3 program for details]