CISTER researchers achieve outstanding results in ECRTS conference
30, Jun, 2016
CISTER researchers managed to continue their success in high quality ground-breaking research, with 4 papers accepted in the field of Real-Time Computing Systems, out of the 24 papers selected for publication, at the 28th Euromicro Conference on Real-Time Systems (ECRTS).
The selected papers where on topics such as Memory Contention & Overhead, Task Synchronization & Suspension, Scheduling and Schedulability Analysis. One paper, on Cache-Persistence-Aware Response-Time Analysis for Fixed-Priority Preemptive Systems (co-authored by CISTER researchers Syed Aftab Rashid, Geoffrey Nelissen, Benny Akesson, and Eduardo Tovar), received the "Outstanding Paper" distinction and has also been nominated for the "Best Paper Award".
ECRTS is one of the most reputed events in the field of Real-Time and Embedded Computing Systems, being one of the highly selective venues in which CISTER regularly and actively participates. It pairs with the IEEE Real-Time Systems Symposium (RTSS), whose 2016 edition is going to be co-organized by CISTER in Porto.