4th Eastern European Regional Conference on the Engineering of Computer Based Systems

Start: August 27, 2015 End: August 28, 2015
Address: Brno, Czech Republic

ECBS-EERC was established at 15th IEEE International Conference on Engineering of Computer-Based Systems (ECBS 2008) in Belfast, Northern Ireland, to bring the spirit of ECBS into Eastern Europe by providing convenient conference opportunities in this region. Conference proceedings are published on a CD and submitted to the IEEE CS Digital Library. A selection of outstanding papers presented at the conference may be invited for publication in an internationally recognized journal (subject to additional reviewing).

ECBS-EERC 2015 is the 4th formal meeting dedicated to formulating and advancing methods, techniques and tools for the engineering of computer-based systems. The conference is devoted to the design, development, deployment, and analysis of complex systems whose behavior is largely determined or controlled by computers. Such systems are characterized by functional, performance, and reliability requirements that mandate the tight integration of information processing and physical processes.

ECBS integrates software, hardware, and communication perspective of system engineering through its many facets that include system modelling, requirements specification, simulation, architectures, safety, security, reliability, human computer interaction, system integration, verification and validation, and project management. The conference provides a bridge between industry and academia blending academic research and industrial development.

Papers are sought which reflect this intent in fundamental ECBS technologies and application domains including, but not limited to the following topics:

  • Architectures
  • Autonomic Systems
  • Cloud-based Applications
  • Co-Design
  • Component-Based System Design
  • Cyber-Physical Systems
  • ECBS Infrastructure (Tools and Environments)
  • Education & Training
  • Embedded Real-Time Software Systems
  • Internet of Things
  • Lifecycle Processes & Process Evolution
  • Model-Based System Development
  • Modelling and Analysis of Complex Systems
  • Parallel & Distributed Systems
  • Reengineering & Reuse
  • Reliability, Safety, Dependability, and Security
  • Software Engineering
  • System Assessment, Testing, and Metrics
  • Verification and Validation

Industrial reports of practical solutions, trends, and new system characteristics for ECBS, taking an integrated systems approach, may include application domains such as: Aerospace Systems, Command and Control, Continuous and Discrete Manufacturing, Environmental Systems, Instrumentation and Control Applications, Internet Technology and Applications, Intelligent Highway-Vehicle Systems (IHVS), Medical Systems, and Telecommunications.

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