ECARTS 2017

1th International Workshop on Energy Consumption and Application on Real-Time Systems




Hsinchu, Taiwan, 16-18th August 2017


16 August 2017







Call for Papers ECARTS 2017

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Welcome to ECARTS 2017


The characterization and analysis of non-functional properties has been a long time goal for real-time systems. Traditionally time and memory are the main focus of such analysis however the energy consumption is constantly growing in importance. In order to determine the energy consumption of a system and provide bounds for the worst-case energy consumption analysis (WCEC) both a precise energy consumption model and a formal analysis approach are needed. The Energy Consumption and Application on Real-Time Systems (ECARTS) workshop provides a venue for bringing together researchers and developers from academia and industry to promote cross-fertilization and discuss advances dealing with the application of energy consumption modeling and analysis to embedded and real-time systems. Of particular interest are ideas and contributions that present significant paradigm shifts, explore unique and unconventional approaches to important problems, or investigate fundamental departures from conventional wisdom in adopted solutions.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Applications of energy consumption analysis to real-time systems
  • Case studies and industrial experiences of WCEC analysis
  • Deterministic hardware for energy consumption analysis
  • Energy consumption analysis
  • Energy consumption analysis and hard real-time systems
  • Formal methods for energy consumption analysis
  • Integration of WCEC analysis in development processes
  • Interactions between WCET (worst-case execution time) analysis and WCEC (worst-case energy analysis).
  • Low-level energy consumption analysis, modeling and analysis of processor features
  • Measurement-based WCEC analysis
  • New models for energy consumption of real-time systems
  • Probabilistic energy consumption models
  • Processor and hardware design for energy consumption predictability
  • Program design for energy consumption predictability
  • Strategies to reduce the complexity of WCEC analysis
  • Tools for WCEC analysis

  • Application domains

    adaptive systems, cyber-physical systems (CPS), internet of things, mixed criticality systems, programming languages, real-time and embedded operating systems, telecommunication systems, ubiquitous systems, web services,

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    Important Dates

    Mai 31, 2017: Submission of papers
    June 10, 2017: Notification of acceptance
    July 7, 2017: Final version
    16 August 2017: Conference

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