Distributed Event-Based Systems
|Distributed Event-Based Systems|
|Frequency||annual (since 2007)|
The International Conference on Distributed Event-Based Systems is a conference in computer science.
The DEBS event began as a series of five workshops run annually from 2002 to 2006. These DEBS workshops were co-located variously with International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems (IEEE ICDCS), ACM SIGMOD Conference/PODS and International Conference on Software Engineering (ACM ICSE).
DEBS events follow the structure of many computer science conferences, runs a sequential track program, and includes tracks for:
- Research papers
- Industry submissions
- Demonstrations and posters
and a doctoral workshop.
A recent, novel feature of the conference is the "Grand Challenges" track, which aims to provide a datasets and exercises by which academic and industrial teams may compete to demonstrate the strengths of their solutions.
- 2017: Barcelona, Spain
- 2016: Irvine, California, United States
- 2015: Oslo, Norway
- 2014: Mumbai, India
- 2013: Arlington, Texas, United States
- 2012: Berlin, Germany
- 2011: New York City, New York, United States
- 2010: Cambridge, United Kingdom
- 2009: Nashville, Tennessee, United States
- 2008: Rome, Italy
- 2007: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
- 2006: Lisbon, Portugal
- 2005: Columbus, Ohio, United States
- 2004: Edinburgh, Scotland
- 2003: San Diego, California, USA
- 2002: Vienna, Austria
- DEBS 2017- June 19–23, 2017, Barcelona, Spain
- DEBS 2016- June 20–24, 2016, Irvine, CA, USA
- DEBS 2015- June 29-July 3, 2015, Oslo, Norway
- DEBS 2014 - May 26–29, 2014, Mumbai, India
- DEBS 2013 - June 29-July 3, 2013, Arlington, Texas, USA
- DEBS 2012 - July 16–20, 2012, Freie Universitaet Berlin, Berlin, Germany
- DEBS 2011 - July 11–14, 2011, New York, U.S.
- DEBS 2010 - July 12–15, 2010, Cambridge, United Kingdom
- DEBS 2009 - July 6–9, 2009, Vanderbilt University Campus, Nashville, TN, USA
- DEBS 2008 - July 2–4, 2008, Rome, Italy
- DEBS 2007 - June 20–22, Toronto, Canada
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