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ReTiMiCS 2013 - 1st workshop on Real-Time Mixed Criticality Systems



VenueTaipei, Taiwan Taiwan



Topics/Call fo Papers

Laurent George, University of Paris-Est, LIGM, (France)
Giuseppe Lipari, École Normale Supérieure de Cachan, (France)
The 1st workshop on Real-Time Mixed Criticality Systems (ReTiMiCS 2013) will be a workshop to discuss real-time mixed criticality systems with one keynote and thematic sessions. The format of this workshop encourages interaction between participants to promote a spirit of co-operation and collaboration within the real-time scheduling community.
Mixed Criticality Systems (MiCS) are new systems trying to combine safety-critical and consumer systems on the same platform. Consumer market redefines embedded systems and is source of hardware evolutions (multi-core, many-core systems, distributed). Safety-critical systems (automotive, aerospace) should take advantage of those new platforms to produce robust and predictable systems at competitive price. Safety-critical and consumer application are usually run on distinct systems. Research on Mixed-Criticality Systems aims at closing the gap between those two systems.
Research challenges for MiCS are numerous. Among them, this workshop invites submissions in the areas such as, but not limited to:
Integration of critical and non critical applications on real-time multiprocessor systems. New concepts for hardware/software architectures (hypervisor, operating systems, schedulability conditions, formal methods, …)
High performance computing with MiCs. By-pass Moore’s law by handling power consumption, heat dissipation limitations. Cache scheduling and related issues (CRPD), parallel scheduling, 3D architectures.
Security and dependability issues with MiCS. How to conceive systems of different criticality having to cooperate ?
Application of MiCS to new domains: mobile telecommunication networks, energy management systems,…
Data Management in shared memory used for critical and non critical applications at the same time.
Submission Details:
Articles for ReTiMiCS 2013 must be written in English, and not exceed six A4 pages in length in double column, 10pt format, including relevant references. IEEE Latex or Word templates should be used for the article submission.
Submissions should be made electronically, in PDF of DOC format, on the easychair submission system.
Authors of accepted papers are expected to give a presentation of their papers during the workshop. Instructions for preparing final copy and presentations will be given when the paper is accepted. The workshop will also include a keynote speaker (to be announced). ReTiMiCS 2013 papers will be published in seminar booklet proceeding.
Workshop papers submission deadline: May 31st
Workshop papers notification of acceptance: June 23rd
Camera ready deadline: July 7th

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