About SBRC

The Brazilian Symposium on Computer Networks and Distributed Systems (SBRC) is an annual event promoted by the Brazilian Computer Society (SBC) and by the National Computer Networks Laboratory (LARC). SBRC has become the most important scientific event on computer networks and distributed systems in Latin America. The large number of submitted papers and attendees per year attestes its importance: The number of attendees per year varies from 800 to 1200, and the paper acceptance rate is usually less than 30%, with over submissions registered in each of the past few years.

In its 31st edition, the symposium will take place in Brasilia, DF, from May 6-10 2013. It is being organized by the Departments of Computer Science (CIC) and Electrical Engineering (ENE) of Universidade de Brasília (UnB). The symposium will be composed of technical sessions, panels, several related workshops, a tools session, invited talks and tutorials presented by internationally acclaimed researchers. Brasilia is the capital of Brazil, and is the only city created in the 20th Century to receive the distinction of a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.

Look forward to meeting you soon in the pleasant city of Brasília. You are very welcome!