RTSS 2022



Accepted List

Demonstrating The MAAT Tool: Using Algebraic Process Models To Support Time-Sensitive Requirements Design
Boutheina Bannour, Arnault Lapitre, Patrick Tessier and Guillaume Giraud

An Open-Source Power Monitoring Framework for Real-Time Energy-Aware GPU Scheduling Research
Mohsen Karimi, Yidi Wang and Hyoseung Kim

A Scheduling and Analysis Tool for Parallel Real-Time Applications on Multicore Platforms
Morteza Mohaqeqi, Gaoyang Dai, Behnam Khodabandeloo, Petros Voudouris and Wang Yi

Know your Enemy: Benchmarking and Experimenting with Insight as a Goal
Mattia Nicolella, Denis Hoornaert, Shahin Roozkhosh, Andrea Bastoni and Renato Mancuso

Hardware Data Re-organization Engine for Real-Time Systems
Shahin Roozkhosh, Denis Hoornaert and Renato Mancuso

Demonstrating R-TOD: Real-Time Object Detector with Minimized End-to-End Delay
Seungha Kim, Ho Kang, Sol Ahn, Kyungtae Kang, Nikil Dutt and Jong-Chan Kim

Real-Time Monitoring of Heart Rate Variability with PPG
Jingye Xu, Yuntong Zhang, Mimi Xie, Wei Wang and Dakai Zhu

Real-Time Out-of-Distribution Detection on a Mobile Robot
Michael Yuhas and Arvind Easwaran

Call for Demos

Open Demo Session of Real-Time Systems (RTSS@work)

RTSS@Work is the open demo session organized as a part of the IEEE Real-Time Systems Symposium, the premier conference in the area of Real-Time Systems. The goal of RTSS@Work is to provide a platform for researchers to present prototypes, tools, simulators, and systems, which extend the state-of-the-art in Real-Time Technologies and Techniques. This session will augment the traditional forum by enabling presenters to demonstrate working systems, thereby allowing them to directly engage with the audience, generate interest in new research topics, and encourage wider adoption of common frameworks.

RTSS@Work welcomes demonstrations showcasing high-quality original research in all areas of real-time systems, including but not limited to operating systems, networks, middleware, scheduling, formal methods, security, tools, compilers, modeling, QoS support, resource management, testing and debugging, hardware/software co-design, fault tolerance, power and thermal management, embedded platforms, and system experimentation and deployment experiences.

Authors are invited to submit a 1 to 2 page summary of the demo in the IEEE Conference Proceedings format. Since some demos may be closely related to a specific software package/product or a published paper, RTSS@Work will use a single-blind review process. That is, author names and affiliations must appear on the submission. The program committee will screen the summaries and formally invite the authors of the selected demos.

The session will consist of two parts:
(i) a short presentation session where each participant can present slides (to be collected before the session), followed by
(ii) a demonstration and poster session where participants can display their work and discuss it with the attendees.

Important dates

  • Submission deadline: September 6 12, 2022
  • Notification of acceptance: September 30, 2022
  • Camera-ready deadline: October 14, 2022

RTSS@Work chair

  •  Benny Akesson, ESI (TNO) and University of Amsterdam

Program Committee

  • Matthias Becker,  KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
  • Federico Terraneo,  Politecnico di Milano, Italy
  • Zheng Dong, Wayne State University, USA
  • Kilho Lee, Soongsil University, South Korea
  • Behnaz Pourmohseni, Bosch, Germany
  • Patricia Derler, Palo Alto Research Center (PARC), USA
  • Ana├»s Finzi,  TTTech Computertechnik, Austria


The paper submission page can be found at:  https://www.softconf.com/m/rtss2022-demos