Program RTiS'03

Technical Program


Day Time Activity
Mon 18/8

08.30

Coffee and registration
 

09.00

Welcome and Opening Remarks
 

09.15

Invited speaker: James Whittaker
 

10.15

Break.
 

10.30

Topic Verification and validation
 

11.50

Lunch
 

12.50

Best Real-Time Thesis 2003
 

13.20

Topic Control and real-time
 

14.40

Break
 

15.00

Invited speaker - Heonshik Shin
 

15.30

Invited speaker - Soo-Ik Chae
 

16.00

Break
 

16.10

Session 1
 

18.00

SNART Annual meeting
  19.00 Conference dinner

Tue 19/8

08.30

Session 2
 

09.30

Invited speaker - Kang G. Shin
 

10.30

Break
 

10.50

Topic Engineering of complex embedded system
 

12.10

Lunch
 

13.10

Topic Component-based engineering of embedded systems
 

14.30

Break
 

14.50

Panel Discussion - "Embedded systems, of strategic importance for Sweden!"
16.00 End of Conference

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Conference Highlights
Real-Time in Sweden 2003 is a conference intended to bring together industry and academia in an effort to put together and share information about essential and urgent topics in embedded systems and real-time. This is the seventh conference in a series of successful biennial conferences organized by SNART since 1991.

SNART (the Swedish National Association for Real-Time) is a non-profit association with members from industry and academia who share an interest in real-time aspects of computation and system design. More information about SNART and continuously updated
information about the conference can be found at www.snart.org.

Four Keynote Speeches
Four Topics:

Panel Discussion


"Embedded systems, of strategic importance for the Swedish society!"

Where should Sweden be going and how can useful industrial and research efforts be developed? Panel members will include representatives from industry, founders, and research and education. Recognised researchers from USA and Korea will also be invited.

Paper Sessions


Two paper sessions featuring state-of-the-art research results: including real-time process scheduling, software design, component technologies for vehicle control-systems. (The linked presentations are in pdf format)

Session 1

Incremental Mapping and Scheduling for Distributed Heterogenous Real-Time Systems
Paul Pop, Petru Eles, and Zebo Peng

An Approach to Schedulability Analysis of Multiprocessor Applications with Stochastic Task Execution Times.
Sorin Manolanche, Petru Eles, and Zebo Peng

Times: a Tool for Modeling and Implementation of Embedded Systems
Tobias Amnell, Elena Fersman, Leonid Mokrushin, Paul Pettersson, and Wang Yi

Lock-free Object-Sharing for Shared Memory Real-time Multiprocessors
Yi Zhang and Philippas Tsigas

Time-optimal Real-Time Test Case Generation using UPPAAL
Anders Hessel, Kim G. Larsen, Brian Nielsen, Paul Pettersson, and Arne Skou

Session 2

An Approach for Dimensioning of Complex Real-Time Systems in Early Design Stages
Mattias Wecksten and Jonas Wasell

Experiences from model based development of an automotive embedded control system
Per Johannessen and Martin Törngren

What are the needs for components in vehicular systems? - An industrial perspective
Anders Möller, Joakim Fröberg, and Mikael Sjödin

Adaptive Cruise Control: Control strategy and architecture
Michael Blackenfelt, Kristian Lindqvist, and Ola Larses