8h15 Welcome

8h30-9h30 Keynote speaker : Professor Tei-Wei Kuo, National Taiwan University. With a keynote on “System Co-Design over Low-Cost NVM

Session 1 : Scheduling analysis

  • 9h30-10h Performance Evaluation of RUNT Algorithm. Hiroyuki Chishiro, Masayoshi Takasu, Rikuhei Ueda and Nobuyuki Yamasaki.

10h-10h30 Coffee Break

Session 1 : scheduling analysis (cont)

  • 10h30-11h Fuzzy Logic Based Adaptive Hierarchical Scheduling for Periodic Real-Time Tasks. Tom Springer, Steffen Peter and Tony Givargis.
  • 11h-11h30 Abstract Timers and their Implementation onto the ARM Cortex-M family of MCUs. Per Lindgren, Marcus Lindner, Andreas Lindner, Emil Fresk, David Pereira and Luis Miguel Pinho.
  • 11h30-12h Cache-Aware Real-Time Scheduling Simulator: Implementation and Return of Experience. Hai Nam Tran, Frank Singhoff, Stéphane Rubini and Jalil Boukhobza.

12h30-13h30 Lunch

13h30-14h30 Keynote Speaker : Julien Marechal, R&D engineer, Thales Group, France. With a keynote on “Thales Communications and Security, radio communications and embedded world

Session 2 : Operating system : I/O and memory

  • 14h30-15h Exploring Storage Bottlenecks in Linux-based Embedded Systems . Russell Joyce and Neil Audsley.

15h-15h30 Coffee Break

Session 2 : Operating system : I/O and memory (cont)

  • 15h30-16h Supporting Virtualization Standard for Network Devices in RTEMS Real-Time Operating System. Jin-Hyun Kim, Sang-Hun Lee and Hyun-Wook Jin.
  • 16h-16h30 GCMA: Guaranteed Contiguous Memory Allocator. Seongjae Park, Minchan Kim and Heon Y. Yeom.

Session 3 : Monitoring and Adaptability

  • 16h30-17h Autonomic Thread Scaling Library for QoS Management . Gianluca Durelli and Marco Domenico Santambrogio.
  • 17h-17h30 Towards Integration of Adaptability and Non-Intrusive Runtime Verification in Avionic Systems. José Rufino.

Poster session:

  • Comparison of Thread Execution Methods for GPU-oriented OpenCL Programs on Multicore Processors, Naohisa Hojo, Ittetsu Taniguchi and Hiroyuki Tomiyama ;
  • Guaranteeing Schedulability with Server Mechanisms for RTOS Overheads, Kiyofumi Tanaka and Kazuki Hasegawa.