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  • The 17th International Conference in Quality and Dependability


    Author(s): BACIVAROV, Ioan
    Issue: Volume 9, Issue 1, Year 2020

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    The International Conferences in Quality and Dependability – CCF are traditionally organized by the Romanian Society for Quality Assurance (SRAC), under the aegis of several national and international scientific and managerial organizations in the field (including IEEE and EFQM).

    Over the 35 years since they were organized, the CCF conferences have gained international notoriety, becoming a traditional forum of debate for specialists in the field. In the scientific literature, the CCF is listed as the third longest-lived international conference in the world in the field of quality and reliability, after the RAMS conferences (Reliability, Availability, Maintainability and Safety) in the U.S.A. and the LambdaMiu conferences in France.

    The 17th edition – CCF 2020 – remains consistent with its predecessors, having as main objective of being a forum for the dissemination of scientific results and the latest information on this modern field that represents quality and dependability.

    The 17th International Conference in Quality and Dependability – CCF2020 was scheduled to take place – according to the bi-annual periodicity set – in mid-September 2020 in Sinaia, Romania. The coronavirus pandemic that has shaken the world, including the scientific one, forced the organizers to postpone the event until mid-September 2021, when it is hoped that conditions will allow the event to take place face-to-face.

    Although many other international conferences preferred to be held online, in the new conditions related to the pandemic, the CCF 2020 organizers preferred to postpone the event for a year, to encourage direct debates and meetings between Romanian and foreign participants, the only ones that can bring a real plus-value for participants[*].

    The International Conferences in Quality and Dependability – CCF are now a well established brand of excellence among the international scientific meetings in the inter-disciplinary field of quality and dependability (reliability, maintainability, safety/security a.o.). Quality and dependability have become today undeniable strengths contributing to the development of companies, small businesses, or large multinational groups. Their application in different organizations must be the result of research and partnership among industry, academia, and business. International scientific meetings, such as CCF conference is, can contribute to the dialogue between the main actors of the quality and dependability world, mentioned in a recent message Professor Ioan Bacivarov, the Scientific Chairman of the CCF conferences.

    The traditional participants in the CCF conferences from Romania and abroad are again expected in the hospitable mountain resort of Sinaia in September 2021, to continue the debates on the achievements and future of a topical and important field, within CCF2021.

    [*] More information concerning the International Conferences in Quality and Dependability – CCF are available on the site http://ccf-quality-conference.com/


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    Title: The 17th International Conference in Quality and Dependability
    Author(s): BACIVAROV, Ioan
    Publication: International Journal of Information Security and Cybercrime
    ISSN: 2285-9225, e-ISSN: 2286-0096
    Issue: Volume 9, Issue 1, Year 2020
    Section: Books Reviews and Conferences Analysis
    Page Range: 53-54



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