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HKBU organises international conference on real-time systems and applications

31 Aug 2015

The three-day Conference gathers over a hundred of academics and systems developers from around the world to exchange ideas.
The three-day Conference gathers over a hundred of academics and systems developers from around the world to exchange ideas.

The 21st IEEE International Conference on Embedded and Real-Time Computing Systems and Application co-organised by the Department of Computer Science and its Research Centre for Ubiquitous Computing, was held from 19 to 21 August 2015. Around 150 academics and systems developers from around the world attended the Conference.

At the occasion, The 3rd IEEE International Conference on Cyber-Physical Systems, Networks and Applications, and The 4th IEEE Non-Volatile Memory Systems and Applications Symposium also took place.

A joint-keynote session which addressed the common research interest of the three conferences was presented on each day. Professor Zhang Xiaodong of Ohio State University addressed the topic of “Fast Data Accesses in Memory and Storage”. Professor Liu Xue of McGill University spoke on “When Bits meet Joules: A view from data center operations’ perspective” and Professor Zhao Wei, President of the University of Macau, talked about “WInternet: From Net of Things to Internet of Things”.

The three-day Conferences also hosted parallel sessions covering topics including embedded systems, real-time systems, system design and emerging technologies and applications, cyber physical system as well as technologies on non-volatile memory systems. A total of 76 papers were presented.

For more details of the Conferences, please visit: http://www.comp.hkbu.edu.hk/~rtcsa2015/