RTN 2019 – Call for papers

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The Real-Time Networks (RTN) is a satellite workshop of the 31st Euromicro Conference on Real-Time Systems (ECRTS), the premier European venue for presenting research into the broad area of real-time and embedded systems. RTN 2019 is the seventeenth in the series of workshops that started at the 2002 ECRTS conference. No edition took place in 2015.

Focus of the 2019 edition

RTN 2019 focuses on new trends in real-time communications, including the application of new Ethernet standards like TSN in the area of In-Car Communication, Vehicular and Industrial Fog Computing, as well as the Internet of Things.

Workshop structure

The RTN workshop provides a relaxed forum for industrial and academic participants to present and discuss new ideas, new research directions and to review current trends in the area of real-time networks and NoC. The program schedule provides significant time for discussions among the attendees.

NEW since 2018: in addition to presentation sessions, a collaborative session will be setup to stimulate exchange between participants with different types of contributions, including demos, informal presentations, and posters.

All participants are encouraged to contribute and animate this session!

Authors of accepted papers will be given the option to publish them in a special edition of ACM SIGBED Review unless they choose to opt out in order to keep their work for a later submission to another conference or journal.


Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Real-time aspects of networked embedded systems and sensors, cyber-physical systems, internet of things, fog computing
  • Real-time applications (automotive, aerospace, multimedia, etc.):   implementation, experimentation and evaluation
  • Real-time Software Defined Networks (SDN)
  • Real-time message scheduling and mapping over off and on-chip networks (TSN, Ethernet, CAN, FlexRay, NoC, etc.)
  • Performance evaluation, simulation and modeling tools of real-time networks (automotive, aerospace, multimedia, etc.)
  • Real-time network management and time synchronization
  • Real-time aspects of Wireless technologies and Sensor Networks (WSNs) and applications
  • Real-time network on chips (NoC)

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