[FM-India] RTCSA 2013 - Second Call for Papers

Madhavan Mukund madhavan at cmi.ac.in
Tue Feb 26 06:36:33 IST 2013

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 Subject: RTCSA 2013 - Second Call for Papers
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                  RTCSA 2013 Call for Papers
               web site: http://www.rtcsa.org/
 The 19th IEEE International Conference on Embedded and 
 Real-Time Computing Systems and Applications, August 
 19 - 21, 2013, Taipei, Taiwan
 Embedded software has become a necessity in almost every 
 aspect of our daily life. The types of embedded software 
 range from self-contained applications to those embedded in
 various devices and services, such as mobile phones, vital 
 sign sensors, medication dispensers, home appliances, 
 engine ignition systems, etc. Many such systems are mission
 /life-critical and performance-sensitive. The 19th IEEE 
 International Conference on Embedded and Real-Time Computing
 Systems and Applications (RTCSA 2013) will bring together 
 researchers and developers from academia and industry for 
 the advancing of the technology of embedded and real-time 
 systems, and ubiquitous computing applications. The conference 
 aims at the investigation of the advances in embedded and 
 real-time systems and ubiquitous computing applications, the 
 promoting of interaction among people in the areas of embedded 
 computing, real-time computing and ubiquitous computing, and 
 the evaluating of the maturity and directions of embedded and 
 real-time system and ubiquitous computing technology. RTCSA 
 2013 invites submissions of papers with a high quality original 
 research and development for the conference tracks: 
 (1) Embedded Systems, (2) Real-time Systems, and (3) Ubiquitous 
 Computing/Cyber-physical Systems.
 SCOPES:  Following the tradition of IEEE RTCSA, the conference 
 has three tracks: embedded systems, real-time systems, and 
 ubiquitous computing. The topics of interest include, but are 
 not limited to:
 -System level design and HW/SW co-design 
 -Embedded system design practices 
 -Operating systems and scheduling 
 -Software and compiler issues for heterogeneous multi-core 
  embedded platform 
 -Embedded system architecture 
 -Networks-on-chip design 
 -Power/thermal-aware design issues 
 -Memory issues for multi-core embedded platform 
 -Hardware and software techniques for fault tolerance 
 -Reconfigurable computing architecture and software support
 -Real-time operating systems
 -Real-time scheduling
 -Timing analysis
 -Programming languages and run-time systems 
 -Middleware systems  
 -Design and analysis tools 
 -Communication networks and protocols 
 -Media processing and transmissions 
 -Real-time aspects of wireless sensor networks 
 -Energy aware real-time methods 
 -Case studies and applications
 -Real-time issues in ubiquitous computing and cyber-physical 
 -Tools, infrastructures and architectures for ubiquitous 
  computing and cyber-physical systems 
 -Devices and enabling technologies for ubiquitous computing 
  and cyber-physical systems 
 -Design and verification methodologies for cyber-physical systems 
 -Applications of wireless sensor networks 
 -Ubiquitous computing applications 
 -Cyber-physical systems applications 
 -User interfaces and interaction design issues for ubiquitous 
 -Privacy and security issues and implications of ubiquitous 
 -Location-dependent and context-aware computing 
 -Evaluation methods for ubiquitous computing devices, systems, 
  and applications
 Regular Paper Submission:
 The submitted manuscript must describe original work not 
 previously published and not concurrently submitted elsewhere. 
 Submissions should be no more than 10 pages in the IEEE 
 conference proceedings format (two-column, single-space, 10pt). 
 Conference content will be submitted for inclusion into 
 IEEE Xplore as well as other Abstracting and Indexing (A&I) databases. 
 The prospective authors should submit their papers through 
 Work-in-Progress Session:
 This session provides an opportunity for researchers attending 
 IEEE RTCSA to present and discuss their research. More detailed 
 information is available on the web.
 ACM TECS Special issue:
 There will be a special issue of RTCSA in ACM Transactions of 
 Embedded Computing Systems. Selected best papers will be 
 invited to submit an extended version to the special issue 
 for further review. More information on the special issue 
 please see http://www.rtcsa.org/
 Important Dates:
 Paper Submission: March 31, 2013
 Acceptance Notification: May 24, 2013
 Camera Ready Version: June 3, 2013
 General Co-Chairs:
 -Tei-Wei Kuo, Academia Sinica & National Taiwan University, Taiwan 
 -Lothar Thiele, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zuerich, 
 Program Co-Chairs:
 Embedded Systems: 
 -Li-Pin Chang, National Chiao-Tung University, Taiwan
 Real-Time Systems:
 -Chris Gill, Washington University, St. Louis, USA
 -Jin Nakazawa, Keio University, Japan

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