RTAS'95: Realtime Technology & Applications Symposium

From:         baker@grep.cs.fsu.edu (Ted Baker)
Date:         11 Oct 94 12:57:25 
Organization: Florida State University Computer Science Department
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	                CALL FOR PAPERS

	IEEE Real-Time Technology and Application Symposium

			May 15-17, 1995
		       Chicago, Illinois

RTAS'94 is the successor to the 11th Workshop on Real-Time
Operating Systems and Software.

Since the early 80's, we have witnessed an increased interest in
real-time technology because of the need for scientific solutions
for time-constrained information processing in various
applications such as avionics, multimedia, robotics, automated
process control, and manufacturing.  Founded in 1983, the IEEE
Workshop on Real-Time Operating Systems and Software (RTOSS) has
been an important annual forum for exchanging information of
emerging principles and practices underlying real-time technology.
Consequently, we are seeing a substantial number of new
researchers tackling the many challenging problems that
remain. Due to the interest shown in, and the success of, the
RTOSS, the IEEE technical committee on real-time systems has
decided to convert RTOSS into a full symposium, the real-Time
Technology and Applications Symposium.

The purpose of this symposium is to bring together developers and
researchers from universities, industry, and government to advance
real-time technology and its applications. Papers on all aspects
of real-time computing are sought, including operating systems and
scheduling, fault-tolerance, databases, programming languages,
tools, communication networks, architectures, performance
modeling, formal methods, case studies, and applications. Of
particular interest are papers detailing experiments and
implementations. This year we are planning special sessions in the
areas such as Intelligent Vehicle Highway Systems and
Multimedia. Papers on these topics are especially encouraged.

Manuscripts should be limited to 20 double spaced pages. Papers
submitted to the Symposium should not be submitted elsewhere. Six
copies of the paper should reach the program chair no later than
January 7, 1995. Authors will be notified of acceptance by Feb 28,
1995. Final camera-ready manuscripts will be due by March 31,
1995. Proposals for two-hour tutorials in technical areas of the
conference are also solicited.  Tutorial proposals should be
submitted to the program chair by January 7, 1995.

Important Dates
Paper submission: 		Jan 7, 1995
Tutorial proposal submission: 	Jan 7, 1995
Acceptance notification:	Feb 28, 1995
Final camera-ready manuscript:	Mar 31, 1995


General Chair:
Ted Baker
Department of Computer Science (4019)
Florida State University
Tallahassee, FL 32306-4019
phone: 904 644-5452
email: baker@cs.fsu.edu

Program Chair:
Wei Zhao
Department of Computer Science
Texas A&M University
College Station, TX 77843-3112
phone: 409 845-5098
email: zhao@cs.tamu.edu

Ted Giering, Florida State University

Publicity Chair:
Raj Rajkumar, Software Engineering Institute, CMU

Local Arrangements Co-Chairs:
Jeffrey Tsai, University of Illinois at Chicago
Chengwen Liu, DePaul University

Ex-Officio: (RTS-TC Chairs)
John Stankovic, University of Massachusetts at Amherst
Al Mok, University of Texas at Austin

Program Committee:

Yahya Y. Al-Salqan	West Virginia University
Sadler Bridge		Texas Transportation Institute/TAMU
Alan Burns		University of York
Richard Gerber		University of Maryland
Prabha Gopinath		Honeywell Inc

Steve Howell		Navy Surface Warfare Center
Jiandong Huang		Honeywell Inc
Arkady Kanevsky		Mitre Corporation
Doug Locke		Loral Federal Systems
David Luginbuhl	 	AFOSR

Jane Liu		University of Illinois at Urbana
Steve Liu		Texas A&M University
Al Mok			University of Texas at Austin
Kelvin Nilsen		Iowa State University
Krithi Ramamritham	University of Massachusetts at Amherst

Lui Sha			Software Engineering Institute/CMU
Kang Shin		University of Michigan
John Stankovic		University of Massachusetts at Amherst
Alexander D. Stoyenko	NJ Institute of Technology
Lonnie R. Welch		NJ Institute of Technology

Victor Wolfe		University of Rhode Island
Hui Zhang		Carnegie Mellon University

RTAS'95 is sponsored by the IEEE Technical Committee on Real-Time
Systems, in cooperation with the Office of Naval Research.