Program/Phd Forum

The PhD Forum provides an opportunity for graduate students working in research areas related to reliable distributed systems to present their problem statement, research methods and planned contributions, and to receive high-quality feedback and guidance from established researchers and other graduate students joining the forum. The forum consists of poster sessions and short presentation slots in the main conference program.

Diversity in Network Intrusion Detection Systems for Mitigating Adversarial Attacks Allan da Silva Espindola, University of Lisbon
Cross-Layer Techniques for Energy-Efficiency and Resiliency of Advanced Machine Learning Architectures Alberto Marchisio, TU Wien
Fault Diagnostics for Safety-Critical Cyber-Physical System Drishti Yadav, TU Wien
Uniform Total Order with Logical Clocks on Rings Christopher Johnson, Newcastle University
Securing Cyber-Physical Systems with Digital Twins Manolya Atalay, Middle East Technical University
Intrusion Detection and Prevention in Software-Defined Container Networks in the Cloud Yigit Sever, Middle East Technical University
Computational Offloading for Non-Time-Critical Applications Richard Patsch, Technikum Wien
Interactive Programming as an “Operating System” for Resilience in Distributed Systems Albert Zak, Technikum Wien