See you next year in Stuttgart for ECRTS'19!

Journal-to-Conference Session

Accepted Journal-to-Conference papers

  • Anna Minaeva, Benny Akesson, Zdenek Hanzálek and Dakshina Dasari
    Time-Triggered Co-Scheduling of Computation and Communication with Jitter Requirements
  • Alan Burns, Robert I. Davis, Sanjoy Baruah and Iain Bate
    Robust Mixed-Criticality Systems
  • Yu Li and Albert M. K. Cheng
    Toward a Practical Regularity-based Model: The Impact of Evenly Distributed Temporal Resource Partitions
  • Yu Li and Albert M. K. Cheng
    Transparent Real-Time Task Scheduling on Temporal Resource Partitions
  • Enrico Mezzetti, Leonidas Kosmidis, Jaume Abella and Francisco J. Cazorla
    High-Integrity Performance Monitoring Units in Automotive Chips for Reliable Timing V&V
  • Florian Brandner and AlexanderJordan
    Refinement of worst-case execution time bounds by graph pruning
  • Sebastian Buschjäger and Katharina Morik
    Decision Tree and Random Forest implementations for fast Filtering of Sensor Data


The Journal-to-Conference (J2C) session will give the audience an up-close peek into high quality journal contributions that have not been presented in conferences. Submitted papers should cover the topics listed in the technical scope of the Conference or of relevance in the ecosystem around real-time and embedded computing systems. For a more detailed information regarding scope and topics, see the website of ECRTS 2018

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.




All submissions should be made through email by using the following template:

  • To: Patrick Meumeu Yomsi (
  • Subject: ECRTS-J2C 2018
  • give citation to the original journal publication
  • Attachments:
    • [Your original journal submission]




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

  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.


  • Submissions will be accepted continuously, with 5 days response time for notifications.
  • J2C Session: July 4th, 2018