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TCRTS Industry Contacts List

TCRTS maintains a TCRTS Industry Contacts List with community members working in the industry in real-time systems-related topics that are available/interested in collaborating in our industry-oriented initiatives. These may include occasional surveys (not more than 1 or 2 a year), invitations to … Continue reading

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Reminder: Nominations for Track / Program / General Chair of TCRTS-sponsored conferences

With the aim of broadening participation within the real-time systems community, the IEEE Technical Committee on Real-Time Systems (TCRTS) Executive Committee would like to remind the community of the availability of self nomination forms for Track Chair, Program Chair, and … Continue reading

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IEEE TCRTS Outstanding Technical Achievement and Leadership Award

Dear Real-Time Systems Community, On behalf of IEEE Technical Committee on Real-Time Systems (TCRTS), I am delighted to announce that Professor Yi Wang (Uppsala University) has been named the awardee for the IEEE TCRTS Outstanding Technical Achievement and Leadership Award. … Continue reading

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Textbook on Real-Time Systems

Alan Burns and Andy Wellings have produced a new edition of their successful text book on real-time systems. Due to the excessively high prices that publishers now charge, Alan and Andy have turned to self-publishing via CreateSpace (from Amazon). The … Continue reading

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(IEEE Spectrum) CMU’s Autonomous Car Doesn’t Look like a Robot

Carnegie Mellon University’s autonomous car and Prof. Raghunathan (Raj) Rajkumar were recently featured in IEEE Spectrum’s robotics blog.

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