Real-Time Systems Track

The Real-Time Systems Track of the Brazilian Symposium on Computing Systems Engineering was created with the goal of becoming a forum for discussion and joint work among researchers and practitioners working in the field of real-time systems. This track is an evolution of the Brazilian Workshop on Real-Time Systems (WTR). The first edition of WTR took place in 1998, jointly with the Brazilian Symposium of Computer Networks (SBRC). Since then, twelve editions of WTR already took place jointly with SBRC and two editions in the context of SBESC.

Over the years, WTR became a national reference as a place where researchers and professionals in the field of real-time systems can present their work and receive feedback from their peers.

In recent years, it has attracted more international participation in terms of submissions, conference attendees and Program Committee members. Its program committee consists of some 20 renowned researchers, the majority of brazilians and also representatives from other countries.

Main Topics of Interest (but not restricted to)

Development methodologies
Formal methods and verification
Languages and tools
Real-time scheduling
Real-time database
Energy efficiency
Real-time middleware
Quality of service
Real-time communication: industrial networks and sensor networks

Program Chair

Rômulo Silva de Oliveira (UFSC)

Program Commitee

Alex Pinto (UNESP)
Antônio Augusto Fröhlich (UFSC)
Carlos Montez (UFSC)
Carlos Eduardo Pereira (UFRGS)
Daniel Mossé (UPittsburgh)
Douglas Renaux (UTFPR)
Erika Cota (UFRGS)
Francisco Vasques (FEUP)
George Lima (UFBA)
Gerhard Fohler (TU Kaiserslautern)
Jean-Marie Farines (UFSC)
João Netto (UFRGS)
Keiko Fonseca (UTFPR)
Leandro Buss Becker (UFSC)
Luís Miguel Pinho (CISTER/ISEP)
Osmar Marchi dos Santos (UFSM)
Paul Regnier (UFBA)
Raimundo Barreto (UFAM)
Raimundo José de Macêdo (UFBA)
Ricardo Moraes (UFSC)
Rodrigo Santos (UNS)
Rômulo Silva de Oliveira (UFSC)
Sebastian Fischmeister (UWaterloo)
Tiago Semprebom (IFSC)