CSE 7300 Section 2 - Real-Time Systems Seminar (Fall 2019)

This semester's Real-Time Systems Seminar will focus on topics of current interest in real-time systems, including graceful degradation and elasticity in mixed-criticality systems, and adversarial examples and security techniques for real-time scheduling.

The seminar will be held 9-10am on Tuesdays in Jolley 309 throughout the semester (except where noted in the schedule below).

Previous editions of the Real-Time Systems Seminar:

Spring 2010 Fall 2010 Spring 2011 Spring 2014 Fall 2014 Spring 2015 Fall 2015 Spring 2019

Date Topic/Paper Discussion Leader
Aug 27 Organizational Meeting (9-10am) Chris Gill
Sep 3 H. Su and D. Zhu, An Elastic Mixed-Criticality Task Model and its Scheduling Algorithm, Design, Automation and Test in Europe (DATE), Grenoble, France, March 2013. James Orr
Sep 10 L. Huang, I. Hou, S. Sapatnekar, and J. Hu, Graceful Degradation of Low-Criticality Tasks in Multiprocessor Dual-Criticality Systems, 26th International Conference on Real-Time Networks and Systems (RTNS), Poitiers/Futuroscope, France, October 2018. Marion Sudvarg
Sep 17 M. Caccamo, G. Buttazzo, and L. Sha, Elastic Feedback Control, 12th Euromicro Conference on Real-Time Systems (ECRTS), Stockholm, Sweden, June 2000. Son Dinh
Sep 24 S. Baruah, V. Bonifaci, G. D'Angelo, H. Li, A. Marchetti-Spaccamela, S. Van der Ster, and L. Stougie, The Preemptive Uniprocessor Scheduling of Mixed-Criticality Implicit-Deadline Sporadic Task Systems, 24th Euromicro Conference on Real-Time Systems (ECRTS), Pisa, Italy, July 2012. Steven Harris
Oct 1 S. Baruah, B. Chattopadhyay, H. Li, and I. Shin, Mixed-Criticality Scheduling on Multiprocessors, Real-Time Systems 50(1), pp. 142-177, January 2014. James Orr
Oct 8 M.-K. Yoon, S. Mohan, C.-Y. Chen, L. Sha, TaskShuffler: A Schedule Randomization Protocol for Obfuscation against Timing Inference Attacks in Real-Time Systems, RTAS 2016. Nayan Saikia
Oct 15 (Fall Break: no seminar meeting)
Oct 22 K. Kruger, M. Volp, G. Fohler, Vulnerability Analysis and Mitigation of Directed Timing Inference Based Attacks on Time-Triggered Systems, ECRTS 2018. Nayan Saikia
Oct 29 M. Nasri, T. Chantem, G. Bloom, and R. Gerdes, On the Pitfalls and Vulnerabilities of Schedule Randomization against Schedule Based Attacks, RTAS 2019. Steven Harris
Nov 5 (RTNS conference: no seminar meeting)
Nov 12 S. Xi, J. Wilson, C. Lu, and C. Gill, Rt-Xen: Towards Real-Time Hypervisor Scheduling in Xen, EMSOFT 2011. Zhe Wang
Nov 19 A. Lackorzynski, A. Warg, M. Volp, and H. Hartig Flattening Hierarchical Scheduling, EMSOFT 2012. Zhe Wang
Nov 26 Q. Wang, Y. Ren, M. Scaperoth, and G. Parmer, SPeCK: A Kernel for Scalable Predictability, RTAS 2015. Marion Sudvarg
Dec 3 P. Gadepalli, R. Gifford, L. Baier, M. Kelly, and G. Parmer, Temporal Capabilities: Access Control for Time, RTSS 2017. Marion Sudvarg