Real-Time Pitches / Work in Progress

Real-Time Pitches generalize work-in-progress, wild-and-crazy-ideas, call-for-actions, and journal-to-conference talks into an opportunity to address the real-time community with your interesting work or any other interesting thoughts that you would like to share.

Pitches are 5 minute talks each and must be related to real-time systems as well as the general scope of ECRTS (see ECRTS call for papers). Aside from that, fell free to talk about anything you think might interest the real-time community at ECRTS. Real-Time Pitches especially encourage ideas that break new ground, depart from established subfields, or challenge the status quo. If a pitch is accepted for presentation, one of the authors is expected to give a 5 minute live talk at the conference, and to present a poster and/or demo at the conference reception for further discussions.

To make sure topics are in scope and to schedule the session, we ask you to submit an abstract (at most 2 pages, but preferably much shorter) of your pitch and/or a sketch of your poster. The abstract will not be peer reviewed or published.

Submissions are open until all slots are taken or until June 26th, 2023 at the latest. Feedback on the abstracts will be provided within days from submission. Note that early submissions until May 29th, 2023 will get feedback before the end of the early registration deadline on June 4th, 2023. At least one author of an accepted submission must register for the full conference (a student registration is OK) and present in the session and the reception.

Submission link


  • Real-Time Systems need a Real-Time Database System
    Steven Graves (McObject LLC), Rudi Latuske (McObject GmbH)
  • Don’t let Hackers Spill our Coffee
    Aleksandar Matovic (SnT, University of Luxembourg), Rafal Graczyk (SnT, University of Luxembourg), Federico Lucchetti (SnT, University of Luxembourg), Marcus Völp (SnT, University of Luxembourg)
  • Ecology-Aware Material Use as a Pervasive Trait in Intermittent Real-Time Systems
    Phillip Raffeck (FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg), Peter Wägemann (FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg)
  • Efficient Convolutional Layer Implementation using Vector Extensions for Avionics Targets
    Iryna De Albuquerque Silva (ONERA), Thomas Carle (IRIT, CNRS, Université Toulouse 3), Adrien Gauffriau (Airbus Operations), Claire Pagetti (ONERA)
  • WCET Measurement Strategy on a Practical Case: Ariane 6 On-Board Software
    Marc Aysu (ArianeGroup)
  • Low-overhead Online Assessment of Timely Progress as a System Commodity
    Weifan Chen (Boston University), Ivan Izhbirdeev (Boston University), Denis Hoornaert (Technical University of Munich), Shahin Roozkhosh (Boston University), Patrick Carpanedo (Boston University), Sanskriti Sharma (Boston University), Renato Mancuso (Boston University)
  • Addressing System Performance Challenges in Complex Distributed Cyber-physical Systems
    Benny Akesson (ESI, TNO), Bram van der Sanden (ESI, TNO), Kuan-Hsun Chen (University of Twente), Mitra Nasri (Eindhoven University of Technology), Geoffrey Nelissen (Eindhoven University of Technology), Twan Basten (Eindhoven University of Technology)
  • Hierarchical Resource Orchestration Framework for Real-Time Containers
    Vaclav Struhar (Mälardalen University), Silviu Craciunas (TTTech Computertechnik AG), Mohammad Ashjaei (Mälardalen University), Moris Behnam (Mälardalen University), Alessandro Papadopoulos (Mälardalen University)

Session Chair

Alexander Züpke
TU Munich, DE

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