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Calls for Papers and Calls for Participation

Publish and Present Your Work at USENIX Conferences

The program committees of the following conferences are seeking submissions. CiteSeer ranks the USENIX Conference Proceedings among the the top ten highest-impact publication venues for computer science. By submitting a paper to a USENIX conference, you have the opportunity to present your work directly to your peers and to share it with a wide audience of readers of the Proceedings. Please see our Conference Submissions Policy.

Please note: All submission deadline times listed below are for the Pacific time zone.

  • FAST '20: 18th USENIX Conference on File and Storage Technologies
    February 24-27, 2020, Santa Clara, CA, United States

    The 18th USENIX Conference on File and Storage Technologies (FAST '20) brings together storage-system researchers and practitioners to explore new directions in the design, implementation, evaluation, and deployment of storage systems. The program committee will interpret "storage systems" broadly; papers on low-level storage devices, distributed storage systems, and information management are all of interest. The conference will consist of technical presentations including refereed papers, Work-in-Progress (WiP) reports, poster sessions, and tutorials.


    Submissions due: September 26, 2019 - 11:59 pm
  • USENIX Security '20: 29th USENIX Security Symposium
    August 12-14, 2020, Boston, MA, United States

    The USENIX Security Symposium brings together researchers, practitioners, system administrators, system programmers, and others interested in the latest advances in the security and privacy of computer systems and networks. The 29th USENIX Security Symposium will be held August 12–14, 2020, in Boston, MA, USA.

    All researchers are encouraged to submit papers covering novel and scientifically significant practical works in computer security. The Symposium will span three days with a technical program including refereed papers, invited talks, posters, panel discussions, and Birds-of-a-Feather sessions. Co-located events will precede the Symposium on August 10 and 11.


    Fall Quarter Deadline: November 15, 2019 - 8:00 pm
  • Vault '20: 2020 Linux Storage and Filesystems Conference
    February 24-25, 2020, Santa Clara, CA, United States

    The Vault Linux Storage and Filesystems Conference will bring together practitioners, implementers, users, and researchers working on storage in Linux and related open source projects. The organizers welcome creators and users of open source storage, file systems, and related technologies to submit talk proposals.

    The best talks will share your or your team's experience with a new technology, a new idea, a new approach, or inspire the audience to think beyond the ways they have always done things. We encourage new speakers to submit talks as some of the most insightful talks often come from people with new experiences to share.

    Previous Vault events have drawn hundreds of attendees from a range of companies with backgrounds ranging from individual open source contributors, to new startups, through teams within the technology and storage giants, or storage end users.


    Submissions due: November 20, 2019 - 11:59 pm
  • USENIX ATC '20: 2020 USENIX Annual Technical Conference
    July 15-17, 2020, Boston, MA, United States

    The 2020 USENIX Annual Technical Conference (USENIX ATC '20) seeks original, high-quality submissions that improve and further the knowledge of computing systems, with an emphasis on implementations and experimental results. We are interested in systems of all scales, from small embedded mobile devices to data centers and clouds. The scope of USENIX ATC covers all practical aspects related to systems software, including but not limited to: operating systems; runtime systems; parallel and distributed systems; storage; networking; security and privacy; virtualization; software-hardware interactions; performance evaluation and workload characterization; reliability, availability, and scalability; energy/power management; bug-finding, tracing, analyzing, and troubleshooting.

    We welcome experience submissions that clearly articulate lessons learned, as well as submissions that refute prior published results. We value submissions more highly if they are accompanied by clearly defined artifacts not previously available, including traces, original data, source code, or tools developed as part of the submitted work. We particularly encourage new ideas and approaches.


    Submissions due: January 15, 2020 - 8:59 pm