RTNS2020 is now over, thank you all for your participation. The time slots were often not sufficient to discuss all questions, so do continue on the slack. If the topic becomes hot, do create a task force and meet virtually to prepare a new paper for RTNS2021 in Paris :-).…
Sanjoy Baruah for his paper entitled “Scheduling DAGs When Processor Assignments Are Specified” (outstanding paper) Tanmaya Mishra, Thidapat Chantem and Ryan Gerdes for their paper entitled “TEECheck: Securing Intra-Vehicular Communication Using Trusted Execution” (outstanding paper) Antoine Bertout, Joel Goossens, Emmanuel Grolleau and Xavier Poczekajlo for their paper entitled “Workload assignment for…
RTNS2020 organizers are glad to invite you watching the presentations from the program page.
You may register now – the authors have an unique fee, while the participants registration is complimentary. More details on the registration page
The RTNS2020 program is now online. Please note that the hours are according to CEST time. You may, also, see the presentations starting from June 8th (AoE) and participate to on-line chat with the authors until June 10th, when alive discussions will take place according to the program.
RTNS2020 is going fully virtual, stay tune for more news
RTNS2020 has the pleasure to host the 14th edition of the Junior Researcher Workshop on Real-Time Computing. Chaired by Catherine Nemitz and Roberto Medina, the submission is now open
The submission page is now available (click here). More details on the format may be found here RTNS applies transparency rules that we invite you to read here
The call for papers is now available. Stay tuned for the submission website.