RTAS 2023 will be held during May 9-12, 2023 in San Antonio, Texas, as part of 2023 CPS-IoT week.

Venue and Hotels

CPS-IoT Week 2023 will be held in Student Union on UTSA Main Campus. The exact location of the Student Union in UTSA Main Campus can be found at the map below. More information will be added at a later time. Details about the nearby hotels can be found at Venue.

Main Program

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Date/TimeTuesday, 9th May 2023Wednesday, 10th May 2023Thursday, 11th May 2023Friday, 12th May 2023
8:00am-8:45amContinental BreakfastAmerican BreakfastContinental BreakfastAmerican Breakfast
8:45am – 9amOpening RemarksAnnouncementsAnnouncements
9:00am – 10am Keynote Talk 1:
Convergence Between Model – and Data-driven Design for Cyber-Physical Systems
Keynote Talk 2:
Towards Ambient Intelligence for Healthcare: A CPS Perspective
Keynote Talk 3:
Efficiently Enabling Rich and Trustworthy Inferences at the Extreme Edge
10am –10:30amCoffee break Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break 
10:30am – 12pmSession 1 – Average-case and probabilistic behaviourSession 3 – ROS 2Session 6 – Safety and security
12pm – 1:30pmLunchLunch (Rudy’s)LunchLunch (box)
1:30pm-3pmSession 2 – Partitioning and compositionSession 4 – Optimization and trade-offSession 7 – Memory and middleware
Best Reviewer award presentation and discussion
3pm – 3:30pmCoffee break Coffee break Coffee break Coffee break 
3:30pm-5:30pmWorkshops/Tutorial F1/10th finalBrief PresentationsSession 5 – SchedulingSession 8 – Networks and communication
6pm/6:30pm – 9pm/10pmReception (onsite UTSA SU)OC/TPC meetingBanquet (offsite)

Detailed Program of Technical Sessions

Program of RTAS 2023 – May 10, 2023 (Day 1)

8:45am-9:00am, Opening Remarks

9:00am-10:00am, Keynote Talk 1: Convergence Between Model- and Data-driven Design for Cyber-Physical Systems
Speaker: Janos Sztipanovits, Vanderbilt University, USA

10:00am-10:30am, Coffee Break

10:30am-12pm, Session 1: Average-case and probabilistic behavior
Session Chair: Abusayeed Saifullah

  • Average Task Execution Time Minimization under (m,k) Soft Error Constraint, Junjie Shi, Niklas Ueter, Jian-Jia Chen and Kuan-Hsun Chen
  • Continuous-Emission Markov Models for Real-Time Applications: Bounding Deadline Miss Probabilities, Anna Friebe, Filip Markovic, Alessandro V. Papadopoulos and Thomas Nolte
  • Minimizing Probabilistic End-to-end Latencies of Autonomous Driving Systems, Taeho Han and Kanghee Kim

12:00pm-1:30pm, Lunch and Social

1:30pm-3pm, Session 2: Partitioning and composition
Session Chair: Bryan Ward

  • 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
  • Compositional Mixed-Criticality Systems with Multiple Executions and Resource-Budgets Model, Abdullah Al Arafat, Sudharsan Vaidhun, Liangkai Liu, Kecheng Yang and Zhishan Guo

3:00pm-3:30pm, Coffee Break

3:30pm-5:30pm, Brief Presentation
Session Chair: Sibin Mohan

  • Work in Progress: Response Time Analysis of Real-Time Quantum Computing Systems, Albert M. K. Cheng
  • Towards a statistical worst-case energy consumption model, Marwan El Khazen, Slim Ben Amor, Kossivi Kougblenou, Liliana Cucu-Grosjean and Adriana Gogonel
  • Work In Progress: A New Task Model for Real-Time DNNs over GPU, Mourad Dridi, Yasmina Abdeddaim and Chiara Daini
  • Work in Progress: Real-time Transformer Inference on Edge AI Accelerators, Brendan Reidy, Mohammadreza Mohammadi, Mohammed Elbtity, Heath Smith and Ramtin Zand
  • Work-in-Progress: Securing Safety-Critical Control Tasks with Attack-aware Multi-Rate Scheduling, Arkaprava Sain, Suraj Singh, Sunandan Adhikary, Ipsita Koley and Soumyajit Dey
  • Work in Progress: Schedulability Analysis of CAN and CAN FD Authentication, Omolade Ikumapayi, Habeeb Olufowobi, Jeremy Daily, Tingting Hu, Ivan Cibrario Bertolotti and Gedare Bloom
  • Work-in-Progress: Deadline-Aware Named Data Networking for Time-Sensitive IoT Applications, Afia Anjum, Sena Hounsinou and Habeeb Olufowobi
  • Demo: Simulation and Security Toolbox for Cyber-Physical Systems, Lin Zhang, Mengyu Liu and Fanxin Kong

Program of RTAS 2023 – May 11, 2023 (Day 2)

8:45am-9:00am, Announcement

9:00am-10:00am, Keynote Talk 2: Towards Ambient Intelligence for Healthcare: A CPS Perspective
Speaker: John A. Stankovic, University of Virginia, USA

10:00am-10:30am, Coffee Break

10:30am-12pm, Session 3: ROS 2
Session Chair: Renato Mancuso

  • Real-Time Performance Analysis of Processing Systems on ROS2 Executors, Yue Tang, Nan Guan, Xu Jiang, Xiantong Luo and Wang Yi
  • ROSGM: A Real-Time GPU Management Framework with Plug-In Policies for ROS 2, Ruoxiang Li, Tao Hu, Xu Jiang, Laiwen Li, Wenxuan Xing, Qingxu Deng and Nan Guan
  • Timing Analysis and Priority-driven Enhancements of ROS 2 Multi-threaded Executors, Hoora Sobhani, Hyunjong Choi and Hyoseung Kim

12:00pm-1:30pm, Lunch and Social

1:30pm-3pm, Session 4: Optimization and trade-off
Session Chair: Gedare Bloom

  • A General and Scalable Method for Optimizing Real-Time Systems with Continuous Variables, Sen Wang, Ryan K. Williams and Haibo Zeng
  • ISC-FLAT: On the Conflict Between Control Flow Attestation and Real-Time Operations, Antonio Joia Neto and Ivan de Oliveira Nunes
  • Best Reviewer award presentation and discussion

3:00pm-3:30pm, Coffee Break

3:30pm-5:30pm, Session 5: Scheduling
Session Chair: Sathish Gopalakrishnan

  • Schedulability Analysis of Non-preemptive Sporadic Gang Tasks on Hardware Accelerators, Binqi Sun, Tomasz Kloda, Jiyang Chen, Cen Lu and Marco Caccamo
  • Scheduling Periodic Segmented Self-Suspending Tasks without Timing Anomalies, Ching-Chi Lin, Mario Günzel, Junjie Shi, Tristan Taylan Seidl, Kuan-Hsun Chen and Jian-Jia Chen
  • Precise Response Time Analysis for Multiple DAG Tasks with Intra-task Priority Assignment, Nan Chen, Shuai Zhao, Ian Gray, Alan Burns, Siyuan Ji and Wanli Chang
  • Real-Time Scheduling of Autonomous Driving System with Guaranteed Timing Correctness, Jinghao Sun, Kailu Duan, Xisheng Li, Nan Guan, Zhishan Guo, Qingxu Deng and Guozhen Tan

6pm/6:30pm – 9pm/9:30pm: Banquet (offsite)

Program of RTAS 2023 – May 12, 2023 (Day 3)

8:45am-9:00am, Announcement

9:00am-10:00am, Keynote Talk 3: Efficiently Enabling Rich and Trustworthy Inferences at the Extreme Edge
Speaker: Mani Srivastava, University of California, Los Angeles, USA

10:00am-10:30am, Coffee Break

10:30am-12pm, Session 6: Safety and Security
Session Chair: Daniel Casini

  • Cache Bank-Aware Denial-of-Service Attacks on Multicore ARM Processors, Michael Bechtel and Heechul Yun
  • Real-Time Data-Predictive Attack-Recovery for Complex Cyber-Physical Systems, Lin Zhang, Kaustubh Sridhar, Mengyu Liu, Pengyuan Lu, Xin Chen, Fanxin Kong, Oleg Sokolsky and Insup Lee
  • ATLAS: Aging-Aware Task Replication for Multicore Safety-Critical Systems, Mohsen Ansari, Sepideh Safari, Amir Yeganeh-Khaksar, Roozbeh Syiadatzadeh, Pourya Gohari-Nazari, Heba Khdr, Muhammad Shafique, Jörg Henkel and Alireza Ejlali

12:00pm-1:30pm, Lunch and Social

1:30pm-3pm, Session 7: Memory and Middleware
Session Chair: Kuan-Hsun Chen

  • MemPol: Policing Core Memory Bandwidth from Outside of the Cores, Alexander Zuepke, Andrea Bastoni, Weifan Chen, Marco Caccamo and Renato Mancuso
  • ZeroCost-LLC: Shared LLCs at No Cost to WCL, Zhuanhao Wu, Anirudh Kaushik and Hiren Patel
  • MultiSSE: Static Syscall Elision and Specialization for Event-Triggered Multi-Core RTOS, Gerion Entrup, Björn Fiedler, Daniel Lohmann

3:00pm-3:30pm, Coffee Break

3:30pm-5:30pm, Session 8: Networks and Communication
Session Chair: Fanxin Kong

  • G(IP)2C: Temporally Isolated Multiprocessor Real-Time IPC with Server-to-Server Invocations, Cédric Courtaud and Björn Brandenburg
  • On the QNX IPC: Assessing Predictability for Local and Distributed Real-Time Systems, Matthias Becker, Dakshina Dasari and Daniel Casini
  • Efficient and Accurate Handling of Periodic Flows in Time-Sensitive Networks, Seyed Mohammadhossein Tabatabaee, Marc Boyer, Jean-Yves Le Boudec, Jörn Migge
  • Virtualized DDS Communication for Multi-Domain Systems: Architecture and Performance Evaluation of Design Alternatives, Andrea Stevanato, Alessandro Biondi, Alessandro Biasci and Bruno Morelli