Review (ISSN: 1551-3688) |
Special Interest Group on Embedded Systems
|Stockholm, Sweden||September 18, 2018|
|Copenhagen, Denmark||September 20, 2018|
The international workshop on Real-Time Networks (RTN) is a satellite workshop of the Euromicro Conference on Real-Time Systems (ECRTS). The 15th edition of RTN took place on the 27th of June 2017 in Dubrovnik, Croatia. RTN 2017 focuses on the current technological challenges around real-time network infrastructures either between chips or on-chip (NoC). The RTN workshop provides a relaxed forum for both industrial and academic participants to present and discuss new ideas, new research directions and to review current trends in the area of real-time networks and NoC: real-time NoC, real-time Software Defined Networks (SDN), real-time message scheduling and mapping over off and on-chip networks (Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN), Ethernet, CAN, FlexRay, NoC, etc.), real-time applications (automotive, aerospace, multimedia, etc.), performance evaluation, simulation and modeling tools of real-time networks (automotive, aerospace, multimedia, etc.), networked embedded systems and sensors, cyber-physical systems, internet of things, real-time network management and time synchronization, Wireless technologies and Sensor Networks (WSNs) and applications.
RTN 2017 featured two keynote speakers, delivering state-of-the-art presentations on a topic related to NoC and TSN. Professor Lucia Lo Bello (University of Catania) gave a talk on Advances in TSN by focusing on some of current TSN standard to provide deterministic services through IEEE 802 networks, i.e., guaranteed packet transport with bounded latency, low packet delay variation, and low packet loss. Leandro Soares Indrusiak (University of York) gave a talk on priority-based wormhole NoC: challenges and opportunities and reviewed the latest research on analytical methods aimed at predicting worst-case packet latency over such networks. We would like to warmly thank them for their exciting keynotes.
In addition to the keynotes, 7 papers were presented and 6 published in ACM SIGBED Review. 24 reviews were achieved for 8 submissions from 5 countries in Europe and USA. We would like to thank all members of the Program Committee for their valuable efforts and high quality reviews in a very tight schedule. We also would like to thank Luis Almeida for chairing a session and thus making RTN 2017 a successful event. We also would like to thank all the authors of the submitted papers and all the participants who contributed in making RTN 2017 an exciting workshop. Finally, note that RTN 2017 was also made possible thanks to the support of CEA LIST and the University of Toulouse - IRIT/INPT/ENSEEIHT.
Jean-Luc Scharbarg and Mathieu Jan,
RTN 2017 Workshop Chairs
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