International Workshop on
Methods and Tools for Distributed Hybrid Systems
Aalborg, Denmark, 26 August 2017
Associated with MFCS 2017

Panorama of Aalborg

DHS 2017 will take place in Aalborg, in prolongation of MFCS 2017, on 26 August.

DHS has a nice poster and a flyer useful for advertising.


The purpose of DHS is to connect researchers working in real-time systems, hybrid systems, control theory, distributed computing, and concurrency, in order to advance the subject of distributed hybrid systems.

Distributed hybrid systems, or distributed cyber-physical systems, are abundant. Many of them are safety-critical, but ensuring their correct functioning is very difficult. We believe that new techniques are needed for the analysis and validation of DHS. More precisely, we believe that convergence and interaction of methods and tools from different areas of computer science, engineering, and mathematics is needed in order to advance the subject.

This first edition of the DHS workshop aims at gathering researchers which work in the above areas in order to facilitate collaboration and discuss how the subject may advance.

Invited Speakers


Call for Contributions

We are calling for contributions presenting original, unfinished, already published, or otherwise interesting work which can highlight how the above research topics may interact in order to advance the subject of distributed hybrid systems. The proceedings of DHS 2017 will be published as an issue of EPTCS.

Submissions to DHS can be of two kinds:

Both types of submissions will be carefully evaluated by the program committee. The page limit for both types of submissions is 20 pages; additional material can be submitted in a clearly marked appendix which may or may not be evaluated by the program committee.

Submissions must be formatted using the EPTCS LaTeX document class and uploaded at

For a plain-text version of the CfP, see cfp.txt.

Important Dates (tentative)

DHS 2017 Sponsors

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