RTSS 2021: Call for Participation

Call for Participation and Student Travel Grants (deadline Oct. 29)
42nd IEEE Real-Time Systems Symposium (RTSS)
Dortmund, Germany (in-person participation) and around the globe
(virtual participation)
December 7th to 10th, 2021
http://www.rtss.org [1]

We invite you to participate in the 2021 IEEE Real-Time Systems Symposium (RTSS), the premier conference on real-time systems to be held in Dortmund for in-person participation and around the globe for online participation.

http://2021.rtss.org/registration/ [2]
Registration deadline for participants: December 10th, 2021 (possible till the last day of the

The conference program will span over four days, from Tuesday, December 7th to Friday, December 10th, 2021. Compared to the traditional RTSS format, there will be no distinction
between the Hot Topics Day (HTD) and the three days of the conference.

RTSS 2021 has the following highlights:

  • The keynote talk on “Physical Real-Time Computing” given by Lothar Thiele, ETH Zurich, who was awarded with the IEEE TCRTS Outstanding Achievement and Leadership Award
  • A top-quality technical program consisting of 39 papers, [email protected] demo, and brief presentations for Work-in-Progress (WiP) presentations and presentations of results published in journals and never in conferences, listed in http://2021.rtss.org/conferenceformat/ [3]
  • An industry session with a challenge proposed by PerceptIn, a rising-star  company dedicated to autonomous driving systems, and several corresponding solutions by research groups from America, Europe and Asia.
  • A special session titled “Self-Adaptive Safety- and Mission-critical CPS: Wishful Thinking or Absolute Necessity?”

We look forward to a great conference with your participation!

RTSS 2021 Organizers
Jian-Jia Chen (General Chair)
Enrico Bini and Tam Chantem (Program co-Chairs)

[1] http://www.rtss.org/
[2] http://2021.rtss.org/registration/
[3] http://2021.rtss.org/conferenceformat/

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