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Modern computing systems are becoming increasingly diversified. Nowadays we hear about Systems of Systems, Cyber-Physical Systems, Ubiquitous Systems and so on. Many of these systems are embedded, many are subject to real-time constraints and most of them run an operating system. In this context, the term Computing Systems Engineering involves techniques related to a safe, correct and deadline-compliant development methodology for these systems.

The Brazilian Symposium on Computing Systems Engineering (SBESC) is an initiative of the research community originally associated with three events, the Operating Systems Workshop (WSO), Embedded Systems Workshop (WSE) and Real-Time Systems Workshop (WTR), acknowledging the strong synergy between these three areas, and also motivated by the fact that the design of computing systems is an increasingly multidisciplinary task. Since 2013, the Brazilian Conference on Critical Embedded Systems (CBSEC) is also part of SBESC. In order to further strengthen the integration between these communities and to better represent the interdisciplinarity found in many research initiatives, since 2015 SBESC is no longer divided into separated tracks. Instead, a broad list of topics of interest is presented, covering the main aspects of the original SBESC tracks. SBESC 2019 became an IEEE-IES sponsored event.

This year the event will be co-located with LADC 2019: https://ladc2019.imd.ufrn.br/


1o. lugar: An Empirical Exploratory Analysis of Failure Sequences in a Commodity Operating System Caio Augusto Rodrigues dos Santos (Federal University of Uberlandia - Brazil), Rivalino Matias Jr. (Universidade Federal de Uberlandia - Brazil), Kishor Trivedi (Duke University - Brazil)

2o. lugar: Brazilian Mercosur License Plate Detection: a Deep Learning Approach Relying on Synthetic Imagery Vinícius Ribeiro (Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte - Brazil), Vitor Greati (Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte - Brazil), Aguinaldo Bezerra Batista Junior (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte - Brazil), Gilles Silvano (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte - Brazil), Ivanovitch Silva (UFRN - Brazil), Patricia Endo (Universidade de Pernambuco - Brazil), Theo Lynn (Dublin City University - Ireland)

3o. lugar: IoT Gateway Integrity Checking Protocol Mateus de Lucena (Federal University of Santa Catarina - Brazil), Roberto Scheffel (Universidade Tecnológica Federal do Paraná - Brazil), Antonio Augusto Frohlich (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina - Brazil)

4o. lugar: Deep Learning applied to the Identification of Fruit Fly in Intelligent Traps Valter Martins (UFPel - Brazil), Lucas Freitas (UFPel - Brazil), Lisane Brisolara (Universidade Federal de Pelotas - Brazil), Marilton Aguiar (UFPEL - Brazil), Paulo Roberto Ferreira Jr (Universidade Federal de Pelotas - Brazil)

5o. lugar: On the influence of Data Migration in Dynamic Thread Management of Parallel Applications Janaina Schwarzrock (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul - Brazil), Michael Jordan (Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS) - Brazil), Guilherme Korol (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS) - Brazil), Charles Oliveira (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul - Brazil), Arthur Lorenzon (Universidade Federal do Pampa - Brazil), Antonio Carlos Beck F. (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul - Brazil)


The organisation would like to thank the participants, hoping you all could had a nice conference and to see you next year at Floranopolis: https://sbesc.lisha.ufsc.br/sbesc2020/Home