Awarded Recipients

We are excited to announce again the awarded papers this year:

Best Paper Award
Minimizing Cache Usage for Real-time Systems
by Binqi Sun, Tomasz Kloda, Sergio Arribas Garcia, Giovani Gracioli and Marco Caccamo

Best Student Paper Award
Dimensions of fixed-priority aperiodic servers
by Abhishek Singh and Sanjoy Baruah

Best JRWRTC Paper Award
A first Network Calculus model for Cyclic Queing and Forwarding
by Damien Guidolin-Pina and Marc Boyer

Best Presentation Award

On the Reliability of Credit-Based Shaper Delay Guarantees in Decentralized Reservation Protocols
by Lisa Maile 

Congratulations to all award recipients!

Final List of Accepted Papers

Here is the list of accepted paper this year in an alphabetic order:

Adding Empirical Real-Time Guarantees to LoRaWANJose Mariano Finochietto, Ousmane Dieng, Daniel Mosse and Rodrigo Santos
An Evaluation of Time-triggered Scheduling in the Linux KernelParaskevas Karachatzis, Jan Ruh and Silviu S. Craciunas
Analysis of Shared Cache Interference in Multi-Core Systems using Event-Arrival CurvesThilo L. Fischer and Heiko Falk
B-TSP: An Advanced Power Safe Management Strategy for modern Multi-core Platforms under Thermal-Aware DesignJavier Pérez Rodríguez, Patrick Meumeu Yomsi, Yilian Ribot González and Luis Javier Puente Lam
Cache-Aware Allocation of Parallel Jobs on Multi-cores based on Learned RecencyShuai Zhao, Xiaotian Dai, Benjamin Lesage and Iain Bate
Characterizing G-EDF scheduling tardiness with uniform instances on multiprocessorsGiovanni Buzzega, Gianluca Nocetti and Manuela Montangero
Dimensions of fixed-priority aperiodic serversAbhishek Singh and Sanjoy Baruah
Enabling timing predictability in the presence of store buffersAlban Gruin, Thomas Carle, Christine Rochange and Pascal Sainrat
Improved Uniprocessor Scheduling of Systems of Sporadic Constrained-Deadline Elastic TasksSanjoy Baruah
IPDeN 2.0: Real-time NoC with selective flit deflection and bufferingYilian Ribot González, Geoffrey Nelissen and Eduardo Tovar
Enabling multi-link data transmission for collaborative sensing in open road scenariosJonas Peeck and Rolf Ernst
Minimizing Cache Usage for Real-time SystemsBinqi Sun, Tomasz Kloda, Sergio Arribas Garcia, Giovani Gracioli and Marco Caccamo
Multi-Model Specifications and their application to Classification SystemsAlan Burns and Sanjoy Baruah
On the Reliability of Credit-Based Shaper Delay Guarantees in Decentralized Reservation ProtocolsLisa Maile, Dominik Voitlein, Alexej Grigorjew, Kai-Steffen Hielscher and Reinhard German
Procrastinating Control-Flow Integrity Framework for Periodic Real-Time SystemsTanmaya Mishra, Jinwen Wang, Thidapat Chantem, Ryan Gerdes and Ning Zhang
Reducing Loss of Service for Mixed-Criticality Systems through Cache- and Stress-Aware SchedulingRisheng Xu, Marvin Kühl, Hermann von Hasseln and Dirk Nowotka
Reducing Overall Path Latency in Automotive LET Scheduling via Reinforcement LearningBenjamin Lesage, Xiaotian Dai, Shuai Zhao and Iain Bate
Scheduling Classifiers for Real-Time Hazard Perception Considering Functional UncertaintyTarek Abdelzaher, Sanjoy Baruah, Iain Bate, Alan Burns, Robert Davis and Yigong Hu
Task and Memory Mapping of Large Size Embedded Applications over NUMA architectureAlessandro Druetto, Enrico Bini, Andrea Grosso, Stefano Puri, Silvio Bacci, Marco Di Natale and Francesco Paladino
Timing Analysis of Cause-Effect Chains with Heterogeneous Communication MechanismsMario Günzel, Niklas Ueter, Kuan-Hsun Chen and Jian-Jia Chen
WCET analysis with procedure arguments as parametersSandro Grebant, Clement Ballabriga, Julien Forget and Giuseppe Lipari

Congratulations to all the authors!

JRWRTC Call for Paper is online!

The junior researchers of accepted papers in JRWRTC will be eligible to the early student registration fee (if they don’t have a paper in the main conference).

If you are are a young researcher looking for opportunities to present your work at the conference, please consider submitting your work to the Junior Researcher Workshop on Real-Time Computing. The submission guidelines can be found here!

Information of Venue and Logistics are ready!

Please check the page above! We try to list down all the possible ways to reach the conference venue when you arrive Dortmund. In case you have questions, please feel free to contact the Local Organization chair.

For your convenience, we have blocked 15-20 rooms at each hotel. Please be aware of the booking deadline of each hotel. Booking after that, we cannot guarantee the rooms are still available.

Second Round is coming!

Please submit your papers by Jan 25th (Jan. 25th is included, AoE)!

New contributions will be reviewed by at lest 3 reviewers. Papers marked at “major revisions” in the first round will be reviewed by the same reviewers as in the first round. Looking forward to your submissions!