RTAS is a top-tier conference with a focus on systems research related to embedded systems and time-sensitive systems. The broad scope of RTAS ranges from traditional hard real-time systems to embedded systems without explicit timing requirements, including latency-sensitive systems with informal or soft real-time requirements. RTAS’23 has two main tracks:
- Track 1: Systems and Applications;
- Track 2: Applied Methodologies and Foundations.
RTAS’23 will be part of the CPS-IoT Week in San Antonio, Texas, from May 9-12, 2023.
- RTAS’23 Best Paper Awards
- G(IP)2C: Temporally Isolated Multiprocessor Real-Time IPC with Server-to-Server Invocations, Cédric Courtaud and Björn Brandenburg
Best Student Paper
- Shedding Light on Static Partitioning Hypervisors for Arm-based Mixed-Criticality Systems, José Martins and Sandro Pinto
- Hardware Compute Partitioning on NVIDIA GPUs, Joshua Bakita and Jim Anderson
Congratulations to the winners of RTAS’23 Best Paper Awards!
- RTAS’23 Best Reviewer Awards
- Christian Dietrich for his excellent contribution during the paper review.
Congratulations to the winners of RTAS’23 Best Reviewer Award!
RTAS’23 Registration is now open. We urge the international participants to register early, as the visa support letters will only be issued by ACM with a registration. Please see the following page on CPS-IoT week website for details: Registration
- Artifact Evaluation
The information on Artifact Evaluation is now available on this page.
- Brief Presentation Call-for-Papers
The Brief Presentations (BP) Track offers researchers and practitioners an opportunity to present their industry-relevant experience, ongoing work, published yet not presented papers, and demos, to the RTAS and broader CPS-IoT Week audience. Details on this page.
RTAS is sponsored by the IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Real-Time Systems.