SSS is an international forum for researchers and practitioners in the design and development of distributed systems with a focus on systems that are able to provide guarantees on their structure, performance, and/or security in the face of an adverse operational environment. The symposium encourages submissions of original contributions on fundamental research and practical applications concerning topics in the four symposium tracks:

Track A. Self-stabilizing Systems: Theory and Practice
Track B. Foundations of Concurrent and Distributed Computing
Track C. Mobile and Robot Computing
Track D. Fault-tolerance, Security, and Privacy

SSS'21 proudly announces that the best paper award goes to Synchronization modulo k in Dynamic Networks by Louis Penet de Monterno, Bernadette Charron-Bost, and Stephan Merz. Also, the best student paper award goes to Exploring a Dynamic Ring without Landmark by Archak Das, Kaustav Bose, and Buddhadeb Sau.

All accepted papers are published as proceedings of Springer LNCS series. Extended and revised versions of selected papers will be considered for a special issue of the journal Theoretical Computer Science. Check out the technical program, list of keynote speakers, and the YouTube channel.