Fourth IEEE Real-Time Technology and Applications Symposium

Denver, Colorado, USA
June 3-5, 1998

Sponsored by The IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee on Real-Time Systems


Preliminary Program And Call For Participation


Objectives and Scope

The IEEE Real-Time Technology and Applications Symposium brings together real-time system developers and researchers from academia, industry and government to present the latest advances in real-time systems research, and discuss the practical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted. An exciting program that fosters discussions and technical exchanges is planned, including tutorials, panel discussions, technical paper presentations and work-in-progress sessions on various aspects of real-time computing and communication, ranging from multimedia applications, case studies, systems integration, application requirements, scheduling, operating systems, software engineering, dependability, databases, programming languages, system development tools, communications, performance modeling and formal techniques.

The technical program for RTAS'98 is organized into eight sessions, covering various aspects of real-time systems technology and applications: namely Scheduling, Design Methodologies and Architectures, Operating Systems and Middleware, QoS Paradigms, Specification and Verification, Communication Systems, Databases and Information Systems, and Experiences and Case Studies. In addition to these eigth technical sessions, this year's RTAS program features two tutorials on Real-Time Java, by Kelvin Nielsen, and on Real-Time CORBA, by Douglas Schmidt. These tutorials will expose symposium attendees to the efforts undertaken by industry and standards committees to enable the use of real-time technologies in many of the emerging distributed applications (including Internet and Electronic Commerce). These two tutorials are complemented by a special panel organized by Mike Jones, featuring invited talks about the use of Off-The-Shelf (OTS) components to build real-time systems. Last but not least, this year's RTAS will include special Work-In-Progress (WIP) sessions, organized by Sue Nagy. These sessions will feature a number of short technical presentations to elicit the community's feedback on and interest in on-going research projects and system building efforts.


Technical Program

Tuesday June 2, 1998

Wednesday June 3, 1998

Thursday June 4, 1998

Friday June 5, 1998


Conference/Workshop Registration

Mail to:

Ms. Linda Buss
RTAS'98
E3774 - 550th Ave.
Menomonie, WI 54751
USA
Phone: 715-235-0487
Fax: (715) 235-2258 or (715) 232-6244
Email: ljbuss@win.bright.net

Name: ____________________________________________
Affiliation: _________________________________________
Address: __________________________________________
Address: __________________________________________
Phone: ____________ Fax: __________________________
Email: ______________________________________________
IEEE Membership No: _______________________________

RTAS 98 FeesOn or Before May 20After May 20
IEEE Members
$375
$425
Non-Members
$475
$550
Full-time Students
$175
$225

DARE'98 FeesOn or Before May 15After May 15
IEEE Members
$100
$125
Non-Members
$120
$150
Full-time Students
$100
$125

Registration can be done through electronic mail. The e-mail address is ljbuss@win.bright.net. Conference registration includes all the events of the symposium. To receive student rate, students are required to have advisor's name and signature at the time of registration.

Advisor Name: __________________________ Advisor Signature: __________________________

Written request for refunds, subject to a processing fee, must be made no later than May 15, 1998. Payment can be made by check, money order, or credit card. Please make checks or money orders payable, in U.S. dollars, to RTAS'98. Payments in other currencies will not be accepted.

Credit Card:

[ ] Visa [ ] Mastercard [ ] American Express

Credit Card Number: ____________________________
Cardholder Name: _____________________________
Credit Card Expiration Date:____________________
Total Charges Authorized:_______________________
Signature: ____________________________________


Hotel Reservation Form

Mail to:
Executive Tower Inn,
1405 Curtis Street,
Denver, Colorado 80202
Phone: 303.571.0300
Fax: 303.825.4301

For the special conference rate, please before May 1, 1998 and mention "IEEE RTAS'98." Attendees are encouraged to call early since only a limited block of rooms is available at the special prices below.

Name: ________________________________________
Affiliation: ___________________________________
Address: _____________________________________
Phone: _______________________________________
Fax: _________________________________________
Arrival Date: ________________________________
Departure Date: ______________________________

Accommodation desired:

[ ] Single/Double $90 [ ] Triple $100 [ ] Quad $110

Parking, sales and occupancy taxes are extra. Check-in is after 15:00, check-out is before 12:00 noon.

One night's deposit is required with each reservation. A valid major credit card guarantee is acceptable in lieu of cash deposit. Please check form of payment.

[ ] Visa [ ] Mastercard [ ] American Express

Credit Card Number: __________________________
Cardholder Name: ___________________________
Credit Card Expiration Date: __________________
Total Charges Authorized: ___________________
Signature: __________________________________




Organizing Committee

General Chair

Program Committee Chair

Ex-Officio

Local Arrangements Chair

Publicity Chairs

Program Committee Members


For more information check RTAS'98 Home Page at
http://www.cs.bu.edu/pub/ieee-rts/rtas98


Maintainer: Azer Bestavros (best@cs.bu.edu) Created on: June 12, 1997 Updated on: May 2, 1998