CFP: IEEE Real-Time Technology and Applications Symposium

CFP: IEEE Real-Time Technology and Applications Symposium

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CALL FOR PAPERS

The 7th IEEE Real-Time Technology and Applications Symposium
May 30-June 1, 2001
Taipei, Taiwan ROC

Important Dates

December 11, 2000 -- Deadline for paper submissions
December 17, 2000 -- Deadline for tutorial proposals

Web Page:

http://www.veryComputer.com/ with a mirror site at
http://www.veryComputer.com/.
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Sponsored by IEEE Computer Society TC on Real-Time Systems
In cooperation with ROC National Science Council, ROC Ministry of
Education,
Academia Sinica, National Taiwan University,
Univ. of Pittsburgh, III, ITRI, IICM Real-Time and Embedded Systems SIG.

Scope of the Conference

RTAS'2001 seeks papers describing significant contributions to the broad
field of real-time computing and communication, ranging from QoS issues
in
computation and networking, systems integration, scheduling, operating
systems, middleware, software engineering, dependability, databases,
programming languages, system development tools, performance modeling,
and
various applications like multimedia, telecommunication and embedded
systems. Of particular interest are papers detailing experiments,
implementations, and experiences in application domains that present
significant temp*constraints, including, but not limited to:
advanced
transportation systems (air, land, and water), automated manufacturing,
internet QoS, Video on Demand, network middleware and QoS, multimedia
computing (including real-time file systems and stock market
applications),
object-oriented design techniques, power management and process control,
testbeds and measurements, wireless and robotics applications.

Paper Submission Guidelines

Manuscripts to be considered as full papers should be original work
limited
to 20 double-spaced pages (approximately 5000 words). Work-in-progress
(WIP)
abstracts to be considered for an "Ongoing Work" session should be
limited
to 5 double-spaced pages. Camera-ready papers will be limited to 10
pages (2
pages for WIP).  Only electronic submissions will be accepted. Any paper
submitted to the Symposium must not have been published in or submitted
to
other technical conferences/journals.

The preferred format for electronic submission is PDF suitable for
Acrobat
Reader.  Postscript with US Letter size pages will also be accepted.
Follow
the instructions in the submission webpage to electronically submit the
manuscript.  For more information about the Symposium, send e-mail to
the

at

submissions,
send e-mail to either Program Committee Chair as listed below. The
RTAS01
webpage is at http://www.veryComputer.com/ with a mirror site at
http://www.veryComputer.com/.

Professor Tei-Wei Kuo
Department of Computer Science & Information Engineering
National Taiwan University
Taipei, Taiwan 106, ROC
Phone/Fax:+886 2 2362 5336/8167

Professor Daniel Mosse
Department of Computer Science
The University of Pittsburgh
Pittsburgh, PA  15206, USA
Phone/Fax: +1 412 624 8923/8854

Blind Reviews

    To support the blind review process, submitted papers must not
contain
affiliations, author information, or acknowledgements.  References to
papers
or projects should not lead the reviewers to the authors identities.
Papers departing from blind review and formatting guidelines will not be
reviewed.

Tutorials

RTAS01 will host several half-day/one-day tutorials on May 29, 2001,
directly before the symposium. Proposals for  tutorials in technical
areas
of the symposium are solicited, and should be submitted by December 17,
2000
to either Program Committee Chair.

Important Dates

December 11, 2000 -- Deadline for paper submissions
December 17, 2000 Deadline for tutorial proposals
March 5, 2001-- Notification of acceptance
March 11, 2001 Deadline for WIP paper submissions
March 26, 2001 Camera ready paper due
May 29, 2001 Tutorials
May 31 June 2, 2000 RTAS2001, Taipei, Taiwan ROC.

Conference Organization

Honorary Chairs
C.L. Liu, National Tsing Hua Univ., Taiwan
D.T. Lee, Academia Sinica, Taiwan

General Chairs
Janming Ho, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
Jennifer C. Hou, Ohio State Univ., USA

Program Chairs
Tei-Wei Kuo, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Daniel Mosse, University of Pittsburgh, USA

Finance Chairs
Wei Zhao, Texas A&M Univ., USA
Pangfeng Liu, Natl ChungCheng U., Taiwan

Industrial Chairs
Ruei-Chuan Chang, Natl Chiao Tung U, Taiwan
Shu-Chin Shu Chen, Acer Mobile Networks, Taiwan

Work-in-Progress Paper Chair
Albert Cheng, Univ. of Houston, USA

Local Arrangement Chairs
Jing Chen, Natl Cheng-Kung U., Taiwan
LihChyun Shu, Chang Jung U., Taiwan
Shin-Mu Tseng, Natl Cheng-Kung U., Taiwan

Publicity Chairs
Cheng Chang, CSIST, Taiwan
Manas Saksena, TimeSys, USA
Eduardo Tovar, Inst Politecnico Porto, Portugal

Registration Coordinator
Chih-wen Hsueh, Natl ChungCheng U, Taiwan

Ex-Officio (IEEE RTS-TC Chair)
Alan Burns, Univ. of York, UK

International Advisory Committee
C.C. Chang, CCU, Taiwan      K.J. Lin, UCI, USA
F.C. Lin, III, Taiwan               C.L. Liu, CSIST, Taiwan
J. Liu, Microsoft, USA            A. Mok, UT, USA (Chair)
C.T. Shih, ITRI, Taiwan          H. Shin, SNL, Korea
K. Shin, U. Michigan, USA     Y.K. Su, NSC, Taiwan
J. Stankovic, U. VA, USA       L. Sha, UIUC, USA
H. Tokuda, Keio U, Japan       W. Zhao, TAMU, USA

Program Committee
Tarek Abdelzaher, USA
Hakan Aydin,, USA
Ted Baker, USA
Sanjoy Baruah, USA
Azer Bestavros, USA
Giorgio Buttazzo,Italy
Rebecca Callison,USA
Albert Cheng, USA
Hans Hansson, Sweden
Jayant Haritsa, India
Farnam Jahanian, USA
Kevin Jeffay, USA
Mike Jones, USA
Kam-yiu Lam, HK
Insup Lee, USA
Victor Lee, HK
Doug Locke, USA
Jane Liu,USA
Orlando Loques, Brasil
Ibrahim Matta,USA
Rami Melhem, USA
Sang Lyul Min, Korea
Al K. Mok, USA
Sarit Mukharjee, USA
Joseph K-Y Ng, HK
Carlos Puchol, USA
Raj Rajkumar, USA
Krithi Ramamritham,USA
Manas Saksena, USA
Lui Sha, USA
Wei-Kuan Shih, Taiwan
Sang H. Son, USA
John A. Stankovic, USA
Karsten Schwan, USA
Sandra Thuel, USA
Kenji Toda, Japan
Eduardo Tovar, Portugal
Steve Vestal, USA
Farn Wang, Taiwan
Tai-Chung Wang,Taiwan
Lonnie Welch, USA
Richard West, USA
David Whalley, USA
Victor Fay Wolfe,USA
Steve J.H. Yang, Taiwan

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1. CFP: IEEE Real-Time Technology & Applications Symposium

Dear All

I would like to advertise a call for papers for the IEEE Real-Time
Technology and Applications Symposium, which will be held
May 30-June 01, 2001 in Taipei, Taiwan. Further details can be
found below and at

http://rtas.cs.pitt.edu or http://rtas.iis.sinica.edu.tw.

Thanks
Manas Saksena

Important Dates:
----------------

Dec 11, 2000 - Deadline for electronic paper submissions

Feb 11, 2000 - Deadline for electronic WIP paper submissions

March 5, 2001 - Notification of acceptance

Mar 26, 2001 - Final paper due

May 30 - June 1, 2001 - Symposium

Call For Papers:
----------------

RTAS'2001 seeks papers describing significant contributions to the
broad field of real-time computing and communication, ranging from
QoS issues in computation and networking, systems integration,
scheduling, operating systems, middleware, software engineering,
dependability, databases, programming languages, system development
tools, performance modeling, and various applications like multimedia,
telecommunication and embedded systems. Of particular interest are
papers detailing experiments, implementations, and experiences in
application domains that present significant temporal constraints,
including, but not limited to:

-- Advanced transportation systems (air, land, and water)
-- Automated manufacturing
-- Internet QoS, Video on Demand, network middleware and QoS
-- Multimedia computing (including real-time file systems and stock
market)
-- Object-oriented design techniques
-- Power management and process control
-- Testbeds and measurements
-- Wireless and robotics applications

Continuing this year, RTAS will include a Best student paper award.
To be considered, the work in the paper must be conducted mainly by
students, the first author should be a student, and the student must
present the paper at RTAS01. As in previous years, the best papers
presented at the symposium will be forwarded to the IEEE Transactions
for fast publication (likely candidates are IEEE/ACM Trans on
Networking, on Parallel and Distributed Systems, and on Software
Engineering).

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