The symposium encourages submissions of original contributions on fundamental research and practical applications concerning topics in the four symposium tracks:
Track A. Self-Stabilization
Self-stabilizing systems, Variants of Self-stabilization, Topological Stabilization, Autonomous Systems, Stabilization and self-* properties in hardware, software, and middleware design, Self-stabilizing software defined infrastructure.
Track B. Foundations of Concurrent and Distributed Computing
Distributed and concurrent algorithms and data structures, Synchronization protocols, Shared and transactional memory, Formal Methods, validation, verification, and synthesis, Peer-to-peer networks, Social networks, Game-theory and economical aspects of distributed computing, Randomization in distributed computing, Graph-theoretic concepts for communication networks, Dynamic networks, High-performance, cluster, cloud and grid computing.
Track C. Mobile and Robot Computing
Self-organization in mobile agents, mobile robots, mobile sensor networks, mobile ad-hoc networks, population protocols, programmable particles, nanoscale robots, biological systems, and related new models.
Track D. Fault tolerance, Security, and Privacy
Network security, Privacy, Internet-of-things Security, Secure cloud computing, Mobile sensor networks/ad-hoc networks security, Verifiable/fault-tolerant computing, Anomaly and networked malware detection, Blockchain technologies and cryptocurrencies, Byzantine-fault tolerance and distributed consensus protocols, Secure multi-party computation, Applied cryptography.