RTAS 2021 – Call for Papers

Call for Papers
27th IEEE Real-Time and Embedded Technology and Applications Symposium
(RTAS 2021)
Nashville, Tennessee, USA, May 18-21, 2021 

RTAS is a top-tier conference with a focus on systems research related to embedded systems and time-sensitive systems. RTAS’21 invites papers describing original systems, applications, case studies, methodologies, and algorithms that contribute to the state of practice in design, implementation, verification, and validation of embedded systems or time-sensitive systems. 

RTAS’21 consists of two tracks:

Track 1. Systems, Architecture and Applications
Track 2. Applied Methodologies and Foundations

The broad scope of RTAS’21 ranges from traditional hard real-time systems to embedded systems without explicit timing requirements. RTAS’21 welcomes both papers backed by formal proofs as well as papers that focus exclusively on empirical validation of timing requirements. More details can be found at http://2021.rtas.org/call-for-papers/.

Important Dates

Paper submission deadline: Oct 26, 2020 (FIRM)
Rebuttal period: Jan 2-5, 2021
Notification of acceptance: Jan 17, 2021
Submission of camera-ready papers: March 31, 2021
Conference: May 18-21, 2021

(All times are UTC-12)

Paper Submissions

Submitted papers must describe original work not previously published or concurrently submitted elsewhere.
All submitted papers must comply with the double-blind submission requirements.
The main body of each submitted paper is limited to 11 pages of technical content with additional pages permitted for the bibliography and acknowledgments only.
Submissions must be formatted according to IEEE conference paper guidelines.
The submission website is https://rtas2021.hotcrp.com/.
More details can be found at http://2021.rtas.org/submissions/.


A selection of papers will receive recognition as outstanding papers, and will be highlighted as such in the proceedings.
Best paper and best student paper awards will be presented at the conference, along with an award for the best presentation.


General Chair
Gernot Heiser, UNSW Sydney and Data61, CSIRO

PC Chair and Track 1 Chair
Nan Guan, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Track 2 Chair
Claire Pagetti, ONERA

Brief Presentation Chair
Wanli Chang, York University

Artifact Evaluation Chair
Hyoseung Kim, University of California, Riverside

Publication Chair (of CPS-IoT Week)
Nellisen Geoffrey, Eindhoven University of Technology

Publicity Chair
Renato Mancuso, Boston University

Web Chair
Tianyu Zhang, Northeastern University, China

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