Call for papers

RTNS is a friendly and inclusive conference with a great sense of community that presents excellent opportunities for discussion and collaboration.

This 31st occurrence of RTNS is a special one. First, this 31st edition will be the first occurrence outside France. Second, RTNS offers now two deadlines: one in September, and a second in January (more details below).


Important Dates

First Round

Abstract submission: Sept. 25th, 2022
Paper submission: Sept. 29th, 2022
Notification: Nov. 10th, 2022
Camera ready Deadline: Dec. 20th, 2022

Second Round

Abstract submission: Jan. 23rd, 2023  
Paper submission: Jan. 25th, 2023  (firm deadline)
Notification: Mar. 4th, 2023
Camera ready Deadline: April 16th, 2023

Submission link: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=rtns2023


Original unpublished papers on all aspects of real-time systems and networks are welcome. For this year, RTNS particularly welcomes position papers and papers defining open challenges.

RTNS covers a wide-spectrum of topics in real-time and embedded systems, including, but not limited to:

  • Real-time applications design and evaluation: automotive, avionics, space, railways, telecommunications, process control, multimedia.
  • Real-time aspects of emerging smart systems: cyber-physical systems and emerging applications, real-time big data, real-time edge/fog and cloud computing, smart grid.
  • Real-time system design and analysis: real-time tasks modeling, task/message scheduling, evaluation, mixed-criticality systems, Worst-Case Execution Time (WCET) analysis, quality of service, security, thermal and power-aware system design.
  • Software technologies for real-time systems: model-driven engineering, programming languages, compilers, WCET-aware compilation and parallelization strategies, middleware, Real-Time Operating Systems, virtualization, hypervisors.
  • Formal specification and verification: application of formal models, such as model checking, satisfiability modulo theories or constraint programming, to solve real-time problems.
  • Real-time distributed systems: fault tolerance, time synchronization, task/messages allocation, adaptability and reconfiguration, publisher/subscriber protocols, distributed real-time database.
  • Real-time networks: Networks on Chip (NoC), wired and wireless sensor and actuator networks, Time-Sensitive Networks (TSN), industrial IoT, SDN, 5G, end-to-end latency analysis.
  • Hardware support for real-time systems: hardware/software co-design, power/temperature-aware techniques, design of predictable hardware, multi-core and many-core platforms, hardware accelerators, cache related issues, interconnect and memory.