RTNS 2017

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25th International Conference on Real-Time Networks and Systems

Grenoble, France, October 4-6, 2017

RTNS is a friendly conference with a great sense of community that presents excellent opportunities for collaboration.

The purpose of the conference is to share ideas, experiences and information among academic researchers, developers and service providers in the field of real-time systems and networks.

RTNS 2017 will be in Grenoble, France.

RTNS 2017 is the 25th edition of the conference formerly known as RTS (Real-Time Systems, Paris). The first 12 editions of RTS were french-speaking events held in Paris in conjunction with the RTS Embedded System exhibition. Since its 13th edition, the conference language of RTNS has been english.

The proceedings will be published by the ACM in the International Conference Proceedings Series and indexed by the ACM digital library. ACM ICPS

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rtns17@univ-grenoble-alpes.fr
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RTNS2017 > Conference Program
RTNS2017 > Call-for-Papers

Conference aims and topics

PDF version of the Call for Papers

RTNS is a friendly and inclusive conference with a great sense of community that presents excellent opportunities for collaboration. Original unpublished papers on all aspects of real-time systems and networks are welcome. RTNS covers a wide-spectrum of topics in real-time and embedded systems, including, but not limited to:

The 11th Junior Researcher Workshop on Real-Time Computing is organized jointly with RTNS.

RTNS2017 > Submission

Instructions to authors

The papers are limited to 10 two-column pages in a font no smaller than 10 points. Submission format is PDF.

The proceedings should be published by the ACM ICPS (approval pending).The LaTeX formatting instructions as well as the Word template can be found here.

A selection of the best papers will be identified as outstanding papers; the authors of these papers will be invited to submit extended versions to a special issue of the Springer Real-Time Systems journal. RTNS will have the artifact evaluation for the accepted papers, to guarantee the availability of source code and data to replicate the experiments.

Authors submitting a paper to RTNS confirm that neither the paper, nor a version of it, is under submission elsewhere nor will be submitted elsewhere before notification by RTNS, and that if the paper is accepted, at least one author will register by the special registration deadline, and present the paper at the conference.

The link to the Easychair submission page is here
RTNS2017 > Artifact evaluation
RTNS2017 > Keynote talk

Keynote Talk

Luca Benini

Luca Benini,
Department of Inform.Technol.Electrical Eng.
ETH Zurich, Switzerland

Title Plenty of Room at the Bottom? Micropower Deep Learning for Cognitive Cyberphysical Systems

Abstract

Deep convolutional neural networks are being regarded today as an extremely effective and flexible approach for extracting actionable, high-level information from the wealth of raw data produced by a wide variety of sensory data sources. CNNs are however computationally demanding: today they typically run on GPU-accelerated compute servers or high-end embedded platforms. Industry and academia are racing to bring CNN inference (first) and training (next) within ever tighter power envelopes, while at the same time meeting real-time requirements. Recent results, including our PULP and ORIGAMI chips, demonstrate there is plenty of room at the bottom: pj/OP (GOPS/mW) computational efficiency, needed for deploying CNNs in the mobile/wearable scenario, is within reach.

However, this is not enough: 1000x energy efficiency improvement, within a mW power envelope and with low-cost CMOS processes, is required for deploying CNNs in the most demanding CPS scenarios. The fj/OP milestone will require heterogeneous (3D) integration with ultra-efficient die-to-die communication, mixed-signal pre-processing, event-based approximate computing, while still meeting real-time requirements.

Biography

Luca Benini holds the chair of digital Circuits and systems at ETHZ and Full Professor at the Universita di Bologna.
Dr. Benini's research interests are in energy-efficient system design for embedded and high-performance computing.
He is also active in the area of energy-efficient smart sensors and ultra-low power VLSI design.
He has published more than 800 papers, five books and several book chapters. He is a Fellow of the IEEE and the ACM and a member of the Academia Europaea. He is the recipient of the 2016 IEEE CAS Mac Van Valkenburg award.

RTNS2017 > registration
RTNS2017 > Dates

Important dates

Submission (firm) deadline: Mon July 17, 2017
Notification to authors: Fri September 1, 2017
Early registration deadline: Sun September 10, 2017
Camera ready paper due: Mon September 25, 2017
Conference: October 4-6, 2017
RTNS2017 > Committees

Conference Committees

General chair
Program chairs
Program committee
Steering committee Artifact Evaluation Chair
Julien Forget (Université de Lille, France)

Junior Workshop Chairs
RTNS2017 > Local Information

Local information

For any information, you can send an e-mail to the local organization committee

Venue and useful informations

The meeting will take place at Université Grenoble Alpes - Batiment IMAG on October 4-6, 2017.
Access: Tram line B or C, stop Gabriel Fauré.

Wi-Fi network with access control on site (including eduroam).
Lunches and coffee breaks will be served on site. They are included in the registration fees.

Address
Batiment IMAG - Université Grenoble Alpes
700 avenue Centrale - 38400 SAINT MARTIN D'HERES
Click here for the Openstreetmap or here for the Google map
Batiment IMAG
Visa information

Traveling to France may require a visa (exempt from visa requirements). See this page for complete official details.
Contact us for requesting visa support letters, only for authors with accepted papers (conference or junior workshop), or members of the conference committee.
Those requesting a letter should allow at least 15 business days to receive it.

How to reach the location of the conference

By tram

You can take the tram to get the campus. Two tram lines for the campus : line B and line C (more information on http://www.tag.fr).

From the train station, line B, Grenoble Presqu’île / Gières Plaine des Sports, direction Gières Plaine des Sports. Stop « Gabriel Fauré ».

Line C, Seyssins le Prisme / Saint Martin d’Hères Condillac Universités, direction Saint Martin d’Hères Condillac Universités. Stop « Gabriel Fauré ».

By plane

Three airports, two of which are less than one hour from Grenoble Grenoble access

By train

The train station is ideally located in the city center

By car

From Paris / Lyon / north of France: motorway A48

From Valence / Marseille / south of France: motorway A49

From Chambéry / Switzerland (Geneva) and Italy (Turin/Torino): motorway A41

Distances

Lyon: 100 km / Geneva: 150 km / Turin/Torino: 250 km / Marseille: 275 km / Paris: 575 km

RTNS2017 > Accomodation

Accomodation

Hotels with preferential rates within the limit of available rooms

> 80€

Hotel Price for one night Contact Booking Code Public transportation
Hotel d'Angleterre 93€ single room
99€ double room
+33 (0)4 76 90 63 09, Email RTNS Tram line B, stop Victor Hugo
Hotel de l'Europe 90€ single room +33 (0)4 76 46 16 94, Email RTNS Tram line B, stop Maison du Tourisme

< 80€

Hotel Price for one night Contact Booking Code Public transportation
Hotel Ibis Grenoble Université 69€ single room +33 (0)4 76 44 00 44, Email Tram line B, stop Mayencin Champ Roman
Hotel des Alpes 64€ single room
68€ double room
73€ twin room
+33 (0)4 76 87 00 71, Email Tram line B, stop Gares
Hotel Suisse et Bordeaux 65€ single room
80€ double/twin room
+33 (0)4 76 47 55 87, Email Conférence RTNS Tram line B, stop Gares

For other accomodation

Visit www.grenoble-tourisme.com

RTNS2017 > Tourism

Tourism

Visit Grenoble

The city, its layout, and its history then become much clearer:

At the center, the historic heart is dense, rich with a prestigious past going back more than 2000 years in history. To the west, a world renowned scientific complex. To the south, the urban sprawl accelerated by the 1968 winter Olympic Games and to the east, the university campus which welcomes 61,000 students.

Naturally Y-shaped thanks to the presence of the three alpine chains, Grenoble can be accessed from three points: one from the direction of Valence and Lyon, the other from the south and the Route Napoléon, and the last from Chambery and Italy.

A remarkable university and scientific population give Grenoble the image of a young, cosmopolitan city, one that is constantly on the move. The arrival and departure of the students and scientists mean that Grenoble never gets caught up with stereotypes. This is a free city!

Just as comfortable with culture as with sports, Grenoble offers a wide variety of activities. On the cultural side, how could we mention Grenoble without talking about the Museum of Grenoble and le Magasin (National Contemporary Art Center), leaders when it comes to art. Not to mention France's first house of culture, inaugurated in 1968 by André Malraux. Today known as the MC2, this cultural center hosts a multitude of music, film, and theatre festivals, as well as areas dedicated to electronic music.

As for sports, Grenoble is just a few minutes from several ski resorts and you can set out on a mountain hike from the city center, via La Bastille. The city also boasts the first urban via ferrata in France.

With its 300 km of flat bike paths, Grenoble is also a cyclist's paradise.

RTNS2017 > Social events
RTNS2017 > Past Issues

Past Issues

RTNS 2016: Brest (France), PC chairs: Sébastien Faucou (Université de Nantes, FRANCE) and Luis Miguel Pinho (CISTER Research Center, Porto, Portugal)

RTNS 2015: Lille (France), PC chairs: Liliana Cucu-Grosjean (INRIA, Paris-Rocquencourt, FRANCE) and Nathan Fisher (Wayne State University, USA)

RTNS 2014: Versailles (France), PC chairs: Joël Goossens (ULB, Brussels, Belgium) and Claire Maiza (INP/Verimag, Grenoble, France)

RTNS 2013: Sophia Antipolis (France), PC chairs: Rob Davis (University of York, UK) and Emmanuel Grolleau (LIAS, Poitiers, France)

RTNS 2012: Pont à Mousson (France), PC chairs: Christine Rochange (University of Toulouse/IRIT, France) and Jim Andersson (University of North Carolina, USA)

RTNS 2011: Nantes (France), PC chairs: Alan Burns (University of York, UK) and Laurent George (Inria/AOSTE - UPEC/LISSI, France)

RTNS 2010: Toulouse (France), PC chairs: Sanjoy Baruah (University of North Carolina, USA) and Yves Sorel (Inria, Rocquencourt, France)

RTNS 2009: Paris (France), PC chairs: Maryline Chetto (IRCCyN, Nantes, France) and Mikael Sjödin (Mälardalen University, Sweden)

RTNS 2008: Rennes (France), PC chairs: Pascale Minet (Inria-Rocquencourt/Hipercom, France) and Giorgio Buttazzo (Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa, Italy)

RTNS 2007: Nancy (France), PC chair: Isabelle Puaut (University of Rennes/IRISA, France)

RTNS 2006: Poitiers (France), PC chair: Guy Juanole(LAAS, Toulouse, France) and Pascal Richard (LISI, Poitiers, France)

RTS 2005: Paris (France), PC chair: Nicolas Navet (LORIA, Nancy, France)

RTS 2004 : Paris (France),PC chair : Joël Goossens (University of Bruxelles, Belgium)

RTS 2001: Paris (France), PC chair: Zoubir Mammeri (IRIT, UPS Toulouse, France)

RTS 2000: Paris (France), Francis Cottet (LISI, ENSMA, Poitiers)

RTS03, RTS02, RTS99, RTS98, RTS97, RTS96, RTS95, RTS94, RTS93: no official website

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