|RTCSA2023-Poster-00||Parameter Optimization for EDF-Like Scheduling of Self-Suspending Tasks||Mario Günzel and Jian-Jia Chen|
|RTCSA2023-Poster-01||Response-time Analysis of Fault-Tolerant Hard Real-Time Systems under Global Scheduling||Pourya Gohari, Jeroen Voeten and Mitra Nasri|
|RTCSA2023-Poster-02||Investigating Requirements and Expectations of Wearable Telexistence Robotic Systems||Abdullah Iskandar, Mohammed Al-Sada, Osama Halabi and Tatsuo Nakajima|
|RTCSA2023-Poster-03||Designing a 3D Human Pose Estimation-based VR Tennis Training System||Yuichiro Hiramoto, Mohammed Al-Sada and Tatsuo Nakajima|
|RTCSA2023-Poster-04||Visualization System Using Virtual Reality for Work Improvement in Small and Medium Manufacturing Industries||Shogo Ogihara, Tetsuro Kato, Takafumi Kawasaki, Yuki Okura and Takeshi Iwamoto|
|RTCSA2023-Poster-05||A Robot Arm-based Haptic Feedback System for Augmented Reality Applications||Daichi Watanabe, Mohammed Al-Sada, Kodai Fuchino and Tatsuo Nakajima|
|RTCSA2023-Poster-06||Make PLOR Real-time and Fairly Decentralized||Tung Nguyen and Hideyuki Kawashima|
|RTCSA2023-Poster-07||T2Remoter: a Remote Table Tennis Coaching System Combining VR and Robotics||Kodai Fuchino, Mohammed Al-Sada and Tatsuo Nakajima|
|RTCSA2023-Poster-08||Extending ROS Transform Library for Massive Autonomous Robots||Yushi Ogiwara and Hideyuki Kawashima|
|RTCSA2023-Poster-09||Analyzing Digital Services across the Compute Continuum using iFogSim||Saeedeh Baneshi, Ana Lucia Varbanescu, Anuj Pathania, Benny Akesson and Andy Pimentel|
|RTCSA2023-Poster-10||ILP based Mapping for Elastic CGRAs||Makoto Saito, Takuya Kojima, Hideki Takase and Hiroshi Nakamura|
Instructions for Presenters
Poster Presentations will be held on August 30 (Wed.) 17:30 - 19:30 in Conference Room 201 on the 2nd floor map.
Presenters are requested to complete putting up their posters at poster boards before the poster session. Poster can be put up from 9:00 a.m. and thumbtacks will be provided at the conference room.
Each poster board at the conference room is assigned a poster number, which is shown in the leftmost column of the following list. Each presenter is required to put up his/her poster to the poster board corresponding to his/her poster number.
The organizing committee does not provide an official poster template. Each presentor’s poster must fit an A0-sized poster in portrait mode (33.1’ x 46.8’ or 841mm x 1189mm).
No poster indexing. Please make a presentation at each poster location once the session starts.
After Poster Presenters
Please keep all posters on display until the end of the conference.
Conference Room 201 will be available only on August 30, so please remove your poster after the poster session and put it on the Poster Board at the Foyer on the 3rd floor on the next day, August 31 map.
After the poster session, if you do not participate in the conference, please hand over your poster to the organizing committee. We will put up your poster.
It is up to the poster authors to decide whether they wish to take their posters home after the conference or leave them at the conference venue. We will dispose of any posters left at the venue.
#Call for Poster Presentation
The RTCSA 2023 poster session provides an opportunity to present early-stage work and receive feedback from not only the real-time/embedded system community but also non-volatile memory systems community from NVMSA co-located with the conference. Both research and industry presentations are solicited. The poster session will be held with the welcome reception. RTCSA 2023 seeks the presentations in the areas described in call for papers.
Submissions have at most 2 pages of technical content, including all text figures, tables, appendices, references, etc. The submitted extended abstracts are subject to single-blind reviews. The extended abstract is formatted according to the IEEE conference paper guidelines, and published in the RTCSA 2023’s proceedings.
- Submission site: link
- Submission deadline: 6/25
- Acceptance Notification: 6/30
- Camera ready deadline: 7/7