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RTiS 2007
 
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Call for Papers

[ Call for Papers as TXT file ] [ Invitation for the Industry ]

REAL-TIME IN SWEDEN 2007 (RTiS'07) is a conference intended to bring together industry and academia in an effort to share ideas and information about hot and emerging topics in the area of embedded and real-time systems. This is the ninth conference in a series of successful biennial conferences organized by SNART since 1991.

An important purpose of the conference is to provide an overview of Swedish research and industrial state of the art within the field. We therefore invite researchers and developers to submit their VERY BEST PUBLICATIONS on embedded and real-time systems, produced in the time period circa 2005-2007. Please note that submission of previously published material is allowed. We are also seeking HOT PAPERS that describe new ideas, future challenges, or controversial view-points. We especially invite Swedish industry to submit papers that describe challenges and possible solutions in real-time and embedded systems.

To encourage the submission of high-quality papers, the program committee will this year select a number of BEST PAPERS, that, besides the honour, will be granted a longer presentation slot in the program. The remainder of the accepted papers will be allowed brief oral presentations (10-15 mins, 5-10 slides) at the conference.

Apart from general contributions on embedded and real-time systems, we are this year especially seeking contributions within the following hot areas:

SOFTWARE AND TOOLS: Papers describing academic or commercial software and tools for the analysis, design, simulation, and deployment of embedded and real-time systems. We are also planning a demo session at the conference, where the software/tools can be demonstrated.

MULTICORE SYSTEMS: Papers describing challenges and solutions in developing embedded and real-time systems on top of multicore platforms.

At the conference there will also be a presentation by the winner of the Bengt Asker Award for the Best Real-Time Master Thesis 2007 (see separate call for nominations).

KEYNOTE/INVITED SPEAKERS:

  • Prof. Edward Lee (UC Berkeley; leader of the Ptolemy Group)
  • Prof. Hermann Kopetz (TU Vienna; chief architect of the Time-Triggered Protocol (TTP))
  • Prof. Erik Hagersten (Uppsala Universitet and Acumem; expert on multi-core systems)

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Important dates

March 19 Submission site opens.
April 23 May 1 Deadline for paper submissions.
May 28 Notification of paper acceptance.
June 11 Deadline for submission of paper version to be printed.
August 1 Deadline for online registration.
August 21-22 RTiS'07 in Västerås.


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SNART (the Swedish National Association for Real-Time) is a non-profit association with members from industry and academia who share an interest in real-time aspects of computation and system design. More information about SNART and continuously updated information about the conference can be found at www.snart.org.

ARTES is a national Swedish strategic research initiative in Real-Time Systems supported by SSF. ARTES forms a network of academic and industrial groups, with the ambition to strengthen the Real-Time Systems competence nationwide. The main focus of ARTES is on graduate education and cooperation between industry and academia. More information can be found at www.artes.uu.se



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