The traditional concept of embedded systems is constantly evolving to address the requirements of the modern world. Cyber-physical systems, networked control systems and Industry 4.0 are introducing an increasing need for interconnectivity. A steadily increasing algorithmic complexity of embedded software is fueling the adoption of multicore and heterogeneous architectures. As a consequence, meeting real-time requirements is now more challenging than ever. The NG-RES workshop focuses on real-time embedded systems, with particular emphasis on the distributed and parallel aspects. The workshop is a venue for both the networking and multicore real-time communities aiming at cross-fertilization and multi-disciplinary approaches to the design of embedded systems.
Topics of interest include but are not limited to:
The workshop welcomes contributions presenting original research, contributions from the industry and position papers for european research projects.
NG-RES accepts original papers only, not concurrently submitted to other venues. Papers can be up to 10 pages, single column format. The page limit of 10 pages does not include the bibliography and the front page with authors, affiliation, keywords, abstract. Papers can have an optional appendix of up to 5 pages. The peer-review process is single-blind. For writing your paper, please follow the instructions fo OASIcs here which include the LaTeX template.
Papers should be submitted in PDF format. Follow this link to the EasyChair paper submission form.
Accepted papers will be publised in the OpenAccess Series in Informatics.