Ninth Workshop on Intelligent Solutions in
Embedded Systems
(WISES 2011)
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© 2011 Ninth Workshop on Intelligent Solutions in
Embedded Systems
(WISES 2011)

Welcome to WISES 2011

Program for WISES 2011

Embedded Systems run our cars and telephones, control production lines and aircraft systems. Meeting the strong requirements regarding the cost, safety, security, size and the power consumption require new and innovative solutions. Providing flexible and configurable systems is nowadays the key role of the embedded software.

In this context, WISES2011‘s objective is to create a forum for exchanging ideas, discuss solutions and share experiences among researchers and developers from both industry and academia. Original papers describing prototype implementations and deployments of embedded systems are particularly welcome. In order to provide young researchers a forum to exchange their ideas WISES2011 will include a special session for PhD‐Students.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

Embedded Systems Architecture

‐ Multicore SoC (e.g. homogeneous, heterogeneous MPSoC)
‐ Memory systems and optimization in embedded systems
‐ On‐chip buses and point‐to‐point networks
‐ Application‐specific (e.g. ASIPs, hardware accelerators)
‐ Architectures and tools for reconfigurable computing

Software for single or multicore embedded systems

‐ Applications and systems software (e.g. drivers, communication libraries)
‐ Real‐time operating systems and middleware in embedded systems

Prototype platforms, applications and case studies

‐ Next generation networking and mobile/wireless technology
‐ Sensor networks and related hardware/software platforms
‐ Embedded systems with ambient intelligence and pervasiveness

Tools and methodologies for analysis, exploration and validation

‐ Cost‐efficient and power‐aware embedded system design
‐ Fault tolerance, reliability and security in embedded systems
‐ Real‐time embedded systems
‐ Debugging and profiling techniques and tools
- Cyber-physical systems

Special Sessions:

‐ Industry‐oriented research
‐ Safety and Security
‐ PhD students session

Other special sessions can be proposed to the General Chairs.

Submission and Publication

The working language of the workshop is English. Prospective authors are invited to submit new original research papers of a maximum length of 6 pages (A4,two column, 10pt, IEEE conference style) for blind review. Initial submisssions must not contain any authors informations (name,affiliation, etc.)

All submitted paper are peer-reviewed. Accepted papers will be published in printed proceedings. The papers will be made accessible via world-wide web and via IEEE Digital Context.Scope.Library. Each paper must be presented by one of the authors at the workshop.

Submissions will only be accepted electronically via WISES homepage in PDF format. Please click here to submit your paper.

Please format the final version of your accepted paper according to the "IEEE Manuscript Templates for Conference Proceedings" in A4 (latex or word): www.ieee.org/web/publications/pubservices/confpub/AuthorTools/conferenceTemplates.html

Important Deadlines and Dates

Manuscript Submission Final Deadline

May 6th, 2011

Notification of Acceptance:

May 25th, 2011

Pre-Registration
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June 24th, 2011

Camera-Ready Paper Submission:      

June 24th, 2011

Workshop:

July 7th/8th, 2011


Registration takes place at the Laborgebäude Mikrosystemtechnik

Laborgebäude Mikrosystemtechnik
Seybothstr. 2
93053 Regensburg

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