With Real-Time Pitches, ECRTS 2021 introduces a special session, generalizing work-in-progress, wild-and-crazy-ideas, and journal-to-conference into an opportunity to address the real-time community with your interesting work or any other interesting thought you like to share. Pitches are 5 minute talks each and must be related to real-time systems as well as the general scope of ECRTS. Aside from that, you are free to talk about anything you like to share with the real-time community @ ECRTS.
To make sure topics are in scope and to schedule the session, we ask you to submit a short abstract (at most 1 page, but preferably much shorter) of your pitch. Note that ECRTS Real-Time Pitches (and ECRTS in general) welcomes not only classical real-time topics, but also encourages ideas that break new ground, depart from established subfields, or challenge the status quo (see ECRTS call for papers). The abstract will not be peer reviewed or published. If a pitch is accepted for presentation, one of the authors is expected to give a 5 minute live talk at the conference.
All 9 slots are taken, therefore submissions are no longer possible.
Submissions will be possible until Monday July 5th, 19:00 CEST (i.e., the first day of the conference) or all presentation slots are taken. Details will be provided as soon as the conference program is finalized.
Please consider to submit your abstracts early to ensure your slot and ease planing.
Georg von der Brüggen
Max Planck Institute for Software Systems, GER
A Lingua Franca for Real-Time Systems
Edward Lee (University of California) and Marten Lohstroh (University of California)
Stabilization of Linear Weakly Hard Real-Time Control Systems
Michael Hertneck (University of Stuttgart), Steffen Linsenmayer (University of Stuttgart) and Frank Allgöwer (University of Stuttgart)
Antônio Augusto Fröhlich (Federal University of Santa Catarina) and José Luis Conradi Hoffmann (Federal University of Santa Catarina)
Response-Time Analysis of Multipath Flows in Hierarchically-Scheduled Time-Partitioned Distributed Real-Time Systems
Andoni Amurrio (Ikerlan Research Centre), Ekain Azketa (Ikerlan Research Centre), J. Javier Gutiérrez (University of Cantabria), Mario Aldea Rivas (University of Cantabria) and Michael González Harbour (University of Cantabria)
CERCIRAS: Connecting Education and Research Communities for an Innovative Resource Aware Society
Gordana Rakic (University of Novi Sad, Serbia), Marcus Völp (SnT – University of Luxembourg) and Horacio Gonzalez-Velez (National College of Ireland)
Job Scheduling with Battery Recharging Constraints
Sathish Gopalakrishnan (University of British Columbia), Nima Nasiri (University of British Columbia) and Jared Paul (University of British Columbia)
Significant Milestone Achieved for Safety-Critical Java
Doug Locke (Locke Consulting LLC)
How to attack your Safety-Critical Time-Triggered Real-Time System – a step by step guide
Kristin Krüger (TU Kaiserslautern), Nils Vreman (Lund University), Richard Pates (Lund University), Martina Maggio (Saarland University), Marcus Völp (SnT – University of Luxembourg) and Gerhard Fohler (TU Kaiserslautern)
Making Resilient Regularity-Based Resource Partitioning (R3P) Ready for Prime Time
Albert Cheng (University of Houston), Guangli Dai (University of Houston), Pavan Kumar Paluri (University of Houston), Elena Torre (University of Houston) and Yu Li (Virginia Tech)