@SSS'03 provides a forum for the presentation of new research results and the
@identification of future directions in its rapidly growing area of research.
@Original technical papers addressing the following topics of interest are
@solicited for presentation at the symposium and publication in the symposium


@Stabilization in distributed and networked systems
@Stabilization in numerous contexts:
@@system fault-tolerance; system security;
@@system safety; real-time systems; group communication;
@@ad hoc, mobile, and peer-to-peer networks;
@@sensor networks; failure containment;
@@graphs, geometric structure; (re)configuration
@Design, analysis, and implementation methods for stabilization
@Impossibility results and lower bounds for stabilizing systems
@Automatic recovery, autonomic computing, and
@@self-healing related to stabilizing systems
@Applications of stabilization and experience reports