Work-in-Progress Session


List of accepted Papers (Proceedings)

  • Enabling predictable parallelism in single-GPU systems with persistent CUDA threads (slides)
    Paolo Burgio
  • MrsP on Semi-Partitioned Systems (slides)
    Jorge Garrido, Juan A. de la Puente and Juan Zamorano
  • Towards Real-time Wireless Cyber-physical Systems (slides)
    Romain Jacob, Marco Zimmerling, Pengcheng Huang, Jan Beutel and Lothar Thiele
  • Preemption Point Selection in Limited Preemptive Scheduling using Probabilistic Preemption Costs (slides)
    Filip Markovic, Jan Carlson and Radu Dobrin
  • Cyber-OF: An Adaptive Cyber-Physical Objective Function for Smart Cities Applications (slides)
    Med Ghazi Amor, Anis Koubaa, Eduardo Tovar and Mohamed Khalgui
  • Inter-Arrival Curves for Multi-Mode and Online Anomaly Detection (slides)
    Mahmoud Salem, Mark Crowley and Sebastian Fischmeister
  • Tightening worst-case timing analysis of Tilera-like NoC architectures (slides)
    Hamdi Ayed, Jérôme Ermont, Jean-Luc Scharbarg and Christian Fraboul
  • Mixed-criticality scheduling with memory regulation (slides)
    Muhammad Ali Awan, Konstantinos Bletsas, Pedro Souto, Benny Akesson, Eduardo Tovar and Jibran Ali


Call for Papers (.txt, .pdf)

We seek contributions to a Work-in-Progress (WiP) session of ECRTS'16. The ECRTS'16 WiP session will be devoted to new and on-going research on real-time systems and applications. We are especially interested in new and creative ideas and approaches. Contributors to the WiP session will be required to give a short oral presentation of their work and prepare a poster for the WiP discussion forum that will be held after the presentations. Accepted submissions will be included in a special ECRTS'16 WiP proceedings that will be distributed to all ECRTS'16 conference participants and will be available online.

The primary purpose of this session is to provide researchers with an opportunity to discuss their evolving ideas and gather feedback from the real-time community at large.

We welcome submissions related to all aspects of real-time systems

Submission Instructions

Submissions to ECRTS WiP should describe original on-going work. The material must be unpublished, not be under submission elsewhere and must not exceed 3 pages (A4 paper size, two-column format, font size 10). Papers exceeding the maximum length will not be reviewed. The layout should conform to the IEEE format for conference proceedings. Submissions should be made electronically, in PDF format only.

By submitting a paper, the authors agree and confirm that: neither this paper nor a version close to it is under submission or will be submitted before notification by ECRTS WiP 2016 and, if accepted, at least one author will register and present the paper at the conference in person.

Important Dates

  • Submission deadline (extended): May 26, 2016 (23:59 (GMT-12))
  • Notification of acceptance: June 7, 2016
  • Camera-ready version: June 17, 2016
  • ECRTS 2016 Conference: July 5-8, 2016
  • WiP Session: July 6, 2016

Program Committee

Work-in-Progress Session Chair

Sebastian Altmeyer, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands