|18 June 2018||
166 Submissions to the main conference
RTSS 2018 received 166 complete submissions to the main conference prior to the deadline on 31st May.
This represents a 27% increase on 2017 and the largest number of submissions received in any year since 2009. (See http://sites.ieee.org/tcrts/conferences/ for the submission statistics for previous editions of RTSS).
|17 May 2018||
Call for Workshop Proposals Extended
Workshop proposals may be submitted up until Monday 28th May 2018 – see the Call for Workshop Proposals tab for further details.
|11 May 2018||
Paper Submission Site Open
Papers can now be submitted to the main conference – see the Submissions tab for further details.
|8 May 2018||
RTSS 2018 procedures and policies published – see the Transparency tab for further details
|28 Apr 2018||
New for 2018
The page limits for submissions (10 pages plus an optional 2 page appendix) are now for technical content, with additional pages permitted for the bibliography and acknowledgements only – see the Submissions tab for further details.
|17 Apr 2018||
New for 2018
At RTSS 2018, we aim to be more inclusive and to include a larger number of high quality papers in the main conference (subject to submissions). To facilitate this, we have the option to use shorter (25 minute) presentation slots thus allowing a significantly larger number of papers to be presented without the need for parallel sessions.
The submission deadline for RTSS is Thursday 31st May 2018; later than in previous years to encourage submissions.
Submissions are welcomed on the Main Real-Time track (Track 1) and the CPS/HW-SW Integration/IOT track (Track 2), see the Call for Papers tab for details.
The tradition of recognizing excellence at RTSS continues with Awards for Outstanding Papers, Best Paper, Best Student Paper and Best Presentation.
Call for Workshop Proposals
The Call for Workshop Proposals is available, with a deadline of Mon 14th May 2018 for proposals.
ABOUT RTSS 2018
The IEEE Real-Time Systems Symposium (RTSS) is the premier conference in the field of real time systems, presenting innovations with respect to both theory and practice. RTSS provides a forum for the presentation of high-quality, original research covering all aspects of real-time systems, including theory, design, analysis, implementation, evaluation, and experience. RTSS’18 continues the trend of making RTSS an expansive and inclusive symposium, looking to embrace new and emerging areas of real-time systems research.
RTSS is sponsored by the IEEE Technical Committee on Real-Time Systems and the IEEE Computer Society, with support from Toyota, Vanderbilt School of Engineering and the Institute for Software Integrated Systems.