Junior Workshop: JRWRTC 2019

The purpose of the 13th Junior Researcher Workshop on Real-Time Computing is to bring together junior researchers working on real-time systems (PhD students, postdocs, etc). The workshop provides a relaxed forum to present and discuss new ideas, to explore new research directions, and to review current trends in the real-time systems area. It is based on both short presentations and a poster session to encourage stimulating discussions.

The scope of the JRWRTC 2019 includes (but is not limited to) the following areas:

  • Real-time system design and analysis: task and message scheduling, modeling, verification, evaluation, model-driven development, worst-case execution time estimation, distributed systems, fault tolerance, quality of service, security, real-time system benchmarking

  • Infrastructure and hardware for real-time systems: wired and wireless communication networks, fieldbuses, networked control systems, sensor networks, power-aware scheduling

  • Software technologies for real-time systems: compilers, programming languages, middleware and component-based technologies, operating systems, tools and benchmarks

  • Real-time applications: automotive, avionics, telecommunications, process control, multimedia

The Call for Paper can be downloaded:  C4P_PDF

Important dates

  • Submission (firm) deadline: September 1st, 2019 September 10th, 2019
  • Notification of acceptance: September 27th, 2019
  • Final manuscript due: October 4th, 2019

Instructions to authors

Submission guidelines: authors can submit up to 4 pages in double column format, in a font no smaller than 9 points font (the Latex template can be downloaded here and the Word template here).

Every submission should be co-authored by at least one junior researcher. One author of every accepted paper should be registered to the conference to present the paper in a talk and during the poster session. One co-authoring student of each accepted JRWRTC paper may register with the early registration fee for students shortly after the notification of acceptance.

The submission website is now open through EasyChair.

Workshop Chairs

Workshop Committee

Accepted Papers

  • Exploration of Timing Anomalies on Simplistic Processor with Model-Checking by Coralie Allioux
  • Challenges in Real-Time GPU Management by Tanya Amert
  • PLRU cache analysis by Zhenyu Bai, David Monniaux, Claire Maïza
  • TSN Support for Quality of Service in Space by Pierre-Julien Chaine, Marc Boyer, Claire Pagetti, Franck Wartel
  • Generating substation network simulations from substation configuration description files by Théo Docquier, Ye-Qiong Song, Vincent Chevrier, Ludovic Pontnau, Abdelaziz Ahmed-Nacer
  • Formal Model of the Lipsi Processor : Definition and Use of its Timing Behavior by Imane Haur, Mathieu Jan, Mihail Asavoae
  • Reasoning about non-functional properties using compiler intrinsic function annotations by Shashank Jadhav, Mikko Roth, Heiko Falk, Christopher Brown, Adam Barwell
  • InterNoC: Unified Deterministic Communication For Distributed NoC-based Many-Core by Eleftherios Kyriakakis, Jens Sparsoe, Martin Schoeberl
  • A Preliminary Examination of Schedulability under Lock Servers by Catherine Nemitz
  • The temporal correlation of data in a multirate system by Evariste Ntaryamira, Cristian Maxim, Liliana Cucu-Grosjean
  • Formal Verification of Real-time Networks by Lucien Rakotomalala, Marc Boyer, Pierre Roux
  • Interdependent Multi-version Scheduling in Heterogeneous Energy-aware Embedded Systems by Julius Roeder, Benjamin Rouxel, Sebastian Altmeyer, Clemens Grelck
  • PRUDA: An API for Time and Space Predictible Programming in NVDIA GPUS using CUDA by Reyyan Tekin, Zahaf Houssam Eddine,Giuseppe Lipari


The proceedings are available by clicking here