The 19th EUROMICRO Conference on Real-Time Systems (ECRTS'07) is a forum aimed at covering state-of-the-art research and development in real-time computing. Papers on all aspects of real-time systems are welcome. These include, but are not limited to:

APPLICATIONS: consumer electronics; multimedia and entertainment; process control; avionics, aerospace; automotive; telecommunications.

INFRASTRUCTURE AND HARDWARE: communication networks; embedded devices; hardware/software co-design; power-aware and other resource-constrained techniques; systems on chip; time engines and time synchronization; wireless sensor networks.

SOFTWARE TECHNOLOGIES: compiler support; component-based approaches; middleware and distribution technologies; programming languages operating systems.

SYSTEM DESIGN AND ANALYSIS: modelling and formal methods; probabilistic analysis for RT systems; quality of service support; reliability, security and survivability in RT systems; scheduling and schedulability analysis; worst-case execution time analysis; validation techniques.



  • Satellite Workshops
    • WCET 2007: Worst Case Execution Time Analysis
    • RTN 2007: Real-Time Networks
    • OSPERT 2007: Operating Systems Platforms for Embedded Real-Time Applications

  • Tutorial on MARTE: A New Standard for Modeling and Analysis of Real-Time and Embedded Systems
  • Keynote speakers
    • Bran Selic, IBM Canada
    • Francisco Gómez-Molinero, Visual Tools, Spain
    • Mercč Griera I Fisa, European Commission

  • Best paper awards
      In this year's edition, there will be a honorific Best Paper Award, and three Best Student Paper Awards. The first Best Student Paper Award is sponsored by Springer with USD 500. Evidence is sponsoring all three Best Student Paper Awards with a FLEX development board for each. In addition, a selection of best papers will be invited for a special issue of an international journal.
  • Work-in-Progress Session
      Pursuing a successful tradition in the ECRTS series, a special Work in Progress (WiP) session will be organised. This session is mainly intended for presentation of on-going and recent work.