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Work-in-Progress Session

List of accepted papers

  1. Reduction to Uniprocessor Algorithm with Exploitation of Idle Times through Bayesian Networks.
    José Ángel Hermosillo-Gómez and Hector Benitez-Perez

  2. Improving Security for Time-Triggered Real-Time Systems against Timing Inference Based Attacks by Schedule Obfuscation.
    Kristin Krüger, Marcus Völp and Gerhard Fohler

  3. Securing Electric Vehicles in the Power Grid.
    Chaitra Niddodi, Sibin Mohan and Tim Yardley

  4. Towards Unified Tool Support for Real-time Calculus & Deterministic Network Calculus.
    Philipp Schon and Steffen Bondorf

  5. Response-Time Bounds for Concurrent GPU Scheduling.
    Ming Yang and Jim Anderson

  6. Quantifying the Resiliency of Replicated Networked Control Systems to Transient Faults.
    Arpan Gujarati, Mitra Nasri and Björn Brandenburg

  7. Towards Quality of Service Provision with Avionics Full Duplex Switching.
    Oana Hotescu, Katia Jaffrès-Runser, Jean-Luc Scharbarg and Christian Fraboul

  8. Mixed-Criticality Systems with Partial Lockdown and Cache Reclamation Upon Mode Change.
    Konstantinos Bletsas, Muhammad Ali Awan, Pedro Souto, Benny Akesson and Eduardo Tovar

  9. Improving Predictability of Adaptive Q-Routing.
    Maksim Kavalerov, Svetlana Rybnikova and Yuliya Shilova

 

Call for Papers (.txt; .pdf)

AIM

To  focus on new and on-going research in the field of real-time and embedded systems, the Work-in-Progress (WiP) organizing committee at ECRTS 2017 invites authors to submit short papers describing promising early-stage ideas. The submitted papers should cover topics listed in the technical scope of the Conference, as well as forthcoming relevant topics. For a more detailed information regarding scope and topics, see the website of ECRTS 2017

The contributors will be required to give a short oral presentation of their work and prepare a poster to communicate their ideas during the poster session.

The proceedings containing all accepted papers will be distributed online and during the Conference.

POSTER GUIDELINES

Discussions in front of posters have resulted in many lifelong collaborations! So, style your poster and make sure it is effective and compelling.

To maximize the return on the time-consuming process of preparing your poster, make sure:

  1. the poster can be viewed from a distance (never use less than a size 24 point font) and encourage colleagues to engage in a dialog;
  2. the poster provides the scope and distills your work without losing the message or the logical flow;
  3. the poster guides the readers by using arrows, numbering, or whatever else makes sense in getting them to move from one logical step to another in a eye-catching way;
  4. the charts or graphs are carefully produced as they often convey the information better than hundreds of words;
  5. the conclusions are clear and obvious -- after the title and the scope, this is where the passerby's eyes will wander.

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Work-in-Progress Session Chair:

Program committee: