SATIS ’18

The 1st ACM SIGOPS Summer School on Advanced Topics in Systems

AUGUST 14-17, 2018 | Tromsø, Norway

Main Topic: Distributed Systems

  • 9 Distinguished Speakers
  • 15 x 50-minute lectures
  • 120 seats
  • Poster session & Social activities

Important Dates

  • Submission (extended): March 28, 2018 (AoE)
  • Notification: April 16, 2018 (AoE)
  • Registration: May 5, 2018 (AoE)
  • Summer School check-in: August 14, 2018 (CEST)

News & Updates

Registration problems

We are experiencing some technical difficulties with our registration provider. Accepted participants will receive information about registration as soon as the bugs are sorted out (formal methods has been suggested). We are sorry for any inconveniences.

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New notification date

Due to the extended submission deadline, we have updated the notification and registration dates. Please check the front page for updated dates.

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Submission site closed too early: reopened

We have received reports that the submission site closed a few hours earlier than the announced deadline. This was due to a timezone issue with HotCRP. The error has been fixed and the submission site is now open again. If you were not able to submit your proposal due...

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SATIS 2018 will implement the ACM code of conduct

The open exchange of ideas and the freedom of thought and expression are central to the aims and goals of SATIS 2018. These require an environment that recognizes the inherent worth of every person and group, that fosters dignity, understanding, and mutual respect,...

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Detailed program is now available

The day-to-day program for SATIS 2018 is now available. We will have 15 x 50 minutes sessions over three days. There will also be poster sessions and social events. Please visit our program page for the latest updates.

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This inaugural summer school on advanced topics in systems will be held on the 30th anniversary of the renowned Arctic 88 Advanced Course on Distributed Systems. It will be held on the picturesque and secluded island of Sommarøy located 36 km (22 mi) west of Tromsø, and 300 km (200 mi) north of the Arctic Circle. Sommarøy is known for its white sand beaches and spectaluar scenery.

Our speakers

Leslie Lamport

Leslie Lamport

Microsoft

Idit Keidar

Idit Keidar

Technion

Lidong Zhou

Lidong Zhou

Microsoft Research

Christian Cachin

Christian Cachin

IBM Research Zürich

Fred Schneider

Fred Schneider

Cornell University

Michael Franklin

Michael Franklin

University of Chicago

Robbert van Renesse

Robbert van Renesse

Cornell University

Dag Johansen

Dag Johansen

University of Tromsø

Lorenzo Alvisi

Lorenzo Alvisi

Cornell University

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