The Brazilian Symposium on Computing Systems Engineering (SBESC) is an initiative of the research community originally associated with the Real-Time Systems Workshop (WTR, since 1998), the Operating Systems Workshop (WSO, since 2004), the Embedded Systems Workshop (WSE, since 2009), and the Critical Embedded Systems Conference, acknowledging the strong synergy between these areas and the fact that the design of computing systems is an increasingly multidisciplinary task. The integration between these communities resulted in the major event in the field in Latin America, covering the main aspects of Computing Systems Engineering. The symposium is promoted by the Technical Committee on Computing Systems Engineering (CE-ESC) of the Brazilian Computer Society (SBC).

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, SBESC'2020 will be carried out completely online.

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IFIP Best Paper and Project Prizes

This year, IFIP TC10: Computer Systems Technology is offering students a cash prize for the best papers (first = € 1500, second = € 1250, third = € 1000) and for the best ESC projects (first = € 500, second = € 400, excellence in innovation = € 350). All works presented at the event are automatically enrolled.
And the best papers of 2020 are:

  1. Simple Area Coverage by a Dynamic Set of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles by Grazieno Ribeiro, Gustavo Simões, Flávio Assis Silva, Sérgio Gorender, and Alirio Sá
  2. IoT Sensors Integrated with the Distributed Protocol IOTA/Tangle: Bosch XDK110 Use Case, by Wellington Silvano, Daniel de Michele, Daniel Trauth, and Roderval Marcelino
  3. A Routing-based Genetic Algorithm for Task Mapping on MPSoC, by Hiago Rocha, Antonio Carlos Beck F., Sílvia Maia, Márcio Kreutz, and Monica Pereira

And the best ESC projects of 2020 are:

  1. Nomu - Sistema de Monitoramento da Qualidade, Volume e Predição de Consumo de Água, by Thalisson Moura Tavares, Rafael Carneiro Reis de Souza, Lucas Job Brito Araujo, and Edna Natividade da Silva Barros (also excellence in innovation project).
  2. MUO Care - Mastitis detection from Udder Observation, by Victor Wanderley Costa de Medeiros, Lucas Matheus Santos Andrade, Rafael Jesus de Araújo Vasconcelos, and Tiago da Silva Barros.

Macnica DHW is also offering prizes for the best ESC projects (first place = kit Helios SOC with Cyclone V FPGA, second place = kit ESP32 + Bluetooth module + kit with analog parts from Analog Devices).

Confirmed Keynote Speakers

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