in conjunction with the

19th International Conference on Real-Time and Network Systems (RTNS'2011)
Nantes, France, September 29-30, 2011

Workshop chair
Luca Santinelli, INRIA Nancy-Grand Est, France

Important dates
Deadline for submission: 19/08/2011
Notification of acceptance: 29/08/2011
Final manuscript due: 05/09/2011
Conference: 29-30/09/2011

Program committee
Sebastian Altmeyer, U. of Saarlandes, Germany 
Moris Behnam, U. of Porto, Portugal 
Vandy Berten, ULB, Belgium
Roman Bourgarde, IRIT, France
Björn B. Brandenburg, U. of North Carolina, USA 
Fabio Checconi, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, USA
Frédéric Fauberteau, Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée, France
Christian Fotsing, LISI Poitiers, France
Damien Hardy, U of  Cyprus, Cyprus 
Kai Huang, ETHZ, Switzerland
Leonidas Kosmidis, BSC, Spain
Kai Lampka, ETHZ, Switzerland
Xiaoting Li, IRIT, France
Mauro Marinoni, SSSA, Italy
Mohamed Marouf, INRIA Rocquencourt, France
Dorin Maxim, INRIA Nancy-Grand Est, France 
Patrick Meumeu Yomsi, INRIA Nancy-Grand Est, France
Aurelien Monot, INRIA Nancy-Grand Est, France 
Vincent Nélis, ISEP/IPP, Portugal 
Marco Paolieri, BSC,  Spain
Chuan-Yue Yang, National Taiwan U.,

Workshop: the 5th Junior Researcher Workshop on Real-Time Computing (JRWRTC 2011) provides a venue where to bring together junior researchers working on real-time systems (PhD students, postdocs, ...) and to have a relaxed forum where to present and discuss new ideas, to review current trends and to introduce new research directions in this area.

The topics of the workshop includes those of the RTNS 2011 conference, even though not limited to them. Possible topics can cover the following areas:

  1. real-time system design and analysis: task and message scheduling, modeling, verification, evaluation, model-driven development, worst-case execution time estimation, distributed systems, fault tolerance, quality of service, security;

  2. infrastructure and hardware for real-time systems: wired and wireless communication networks, fieldbuses, networked control systems, sensor networks, power-aware scheduling;

  3. software technologies for real-time systems: compilers, programming languages, middleware and component-based technologies, operating systems, databases;

  4. real-time applications: automotive, avionics, telecommunications, process control, multimedia.

A text version of the Call For Papers is available here.

Submission: the submission of papers can be done viaa easychair here (create an easychair account first if you do not have one).

Submissions should be co-authored by at least one junior researcher.

Paper size: papers are limited to four two-column pages in font no smaller than 10-points.

Accepted papers will be presented in a poster session (short presentation to the RTNS participants, and a poster). A separate booklet containing the proceedings will be available at the conference and on the web page of the conference.

See the 19th International Conference on Real-Time and Network Systems website for information available templates, registration, venue and hotel reservations.

5th Junior Researcher Workshop on Real-Time Computing

(JRWRTC 2011)