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RTCSA 2005 is going to be held in Hong Kong. Carry on with the tradition, the RTCSA conference series, will bring together researchers and developers from academia and industry for advancing the technology of embedded and real-time computing systems and applications.

Scope of Conference

The 11th IEEE RTCSA will bring together researchers and developers from academia and industry for advancing the technology of embedded and real-time systems and ubiquitous computing applications. The conference has the following goals:
  1. to investigate advances in embedded and real-time systems and ubiquitous computing applications;
  2. to promote interaction among the areas of embedded computing, real-time computing and ubiquitous computing;
  3. to evaluate the maturity and directions of embedded and real-time system and ubiquitous computing technology.


The registration form is located at
The deadline for early-bird registration is 17 July, 2005.

Conference Highlights

This year, in additional to 2 keynote speeches, we have 8 invited papers as follows. They are presented by key researchers and developers of projects with high impacts from different regions including USA, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea and Taiwan.

Embedded Sensing of Structures: A Reality Check
    K. Chintalapudi, J. Paek, N. Kothari, S. Rangwala, R. Govindan, and E. Johnson

ExScal: Elements of an Extreme Scale Wireless Sensor Network
    A. Arora, R. Ramnath, E. Ertin, P. Sinha, S. Bapat, V. Naik, V. Kulathumani, H. Zhang, H. Cao, M. Sridharan, S. Kumar, N. Seddon, C. Anderson, T. Herman, N. Trivedi, C. Zhang, M. Nesterenko, R. Shah, S. Kulkarni, M. Aramugam, L. Wang, M. Gouda, Y. Choi, D. Culler, P. Dutta, C. Sharp, G. Tolle, M. Grimmer, B. Ferriera, and K. Parker

An Overview of the VigilNet Architecture
    T. He, L. Luo, T. Yan, L. Gu, Q. Cao, G. Zhou, R. Stoleru, P. Vicaire, Q. Cao, J. Stankovic, S. Son, and T. Abdelzaher

Model-Based Development of Automotive Embedded Systems: A Case of Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT)
    W.-H. Oh, J. Lee, H. Kwon, and H. Yoon

Distributed Real-Time Processing for Humanoid Robots
    T. Matsui, H. Hirukawa, Y. Ishikawa, N. Yamasaki, S. Kagami, F. Kanehiro, H. Saito, and T. Inamura

Status of the CAS/HKUST Joint Project BLOSSOMS
    L. Ni, L. Cui, Q. Luo, H. Ngan, and Z. Zhao

Development of Architecture and Software Technologies in High-Performance Low-Power SoC Design
    C.-W. Hsueh, T.-F. Chen, R.-G. Chang, and S.-W. Lo

Reconfigurable Platform for Content Science Research
    C.-S. Shih, C.-L. Yang, M.-K. Ku, T.-W. Kuo, S.-Y. Chien, Y.-W. Chang, and L.-G. Chen

In addition, there are three parallel sessions of regular papers from researchers and practitioners working in the frontier of real-time computing, ubiquitous computing and embedded computing in academia and industry. This year, we received 144 full paper submissions, a record-breaking number, from 21 countries and regions including Australia, Austria, Brazil, Canada, China, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hong Kong, India, Iran, Japan, Korea, Macau, Portugal, Singapore, Sweden, Taiwan, Tunisia, and USA.


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