Centre for Software Reliability

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Coordinates: 54°58′48″N 1°36′58″W / 54.980°N 1.616°W / 54.980; -1.616 The Centre for Software Reliability (CSR) is a distributed British organisation concerned with software reliability, including safety-critical issues. It consists of two sister organisations based at Newcastle University, UK.[1] and City, University of London, London.[2]

Up until August 2016 the centre ran the Safety-Critical Systems Club (SCSC)[3] and the Software Reliability & Metrics Club. Since August 2016 the Safety-Critical Systems Club has been run by the department of Computer Science at the University of York. The Club runs a number of events [4] each year including the annual Safety-Critical Systems Symposium [5] (SSS).

CSR was founded in 1984 and has received UK and international research funding.

CSR members:


  1. ^ Centre for Software Reliability, UK.
  2. ^ About CSR, Centre for Software Reliability, City, University of London, UK.
  3. ^ Safety-Critical Systems Club.
  4. ^ Events Diary, Safety-Critical Systems Club
  5. ^ Safety-Critical Systems Symposium

External links

  • CSR Newcastle University website
  • CSR City, University of London website

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