Monday: October 5, 2015

Workshops: Day 1 (8AM-12PM, 13:30PM-17:30PM)

W1.1 Low Power Design Techniques for Real-Time Embedded Systems, Dr Alireza Ejlali
W1.2 Real-Time System Basics and Deadline Meeting Requirements, Dr Amir Hossein Jahangir
W1.3 Working with Real-Time and Embedded Operating Systems: A Few Case-Studies, Dr Mehdi Kargahi


Tuesday: October 6, 2015

Workshops: Day 2 (8AM-12PM, 13:30PM-17:30PM)

W2.1 Practical Power Analysis Attack on an FPGA Implementation of AES, Dr Siavash Bayat Sarmadi
W2.2 Performance Evaluation and Debugging of System / Real-Time Software, Dr Mehdi Kargahi
W2.3 Embedded Hardware Design, Dr Alireza Ejlali


Wednesday: October 7, 2015

7:45 ~ 8:30 Welcome Reception (CADS/RTEST)
8:30~9:00 Opening Remarks (CADS/RTEST)
9:00~10:20 Keynote Speech #1 (CADS Keynote #1: Prof. Onur Mutlu)
10:20~10:40 Break
10:40~12:20 Session 1: Cyber-Physical-Systems
Session Chair: Dr Ali Movaghar

  • Hamed Orojloo and Mohammad Abdollahi Azgomi. Evaluating the Complexity and Impacts of Attacks on Cyber-Physical Systems
  • Amir Taherin, Mohammad Salehi and Alireza Ejlali. Stretch: Exploiting Service Level Degradation for Energy Management in Mixed-Criticality Systems
  • Alireza Salami Abyaneh and Mehdi Kargahi. Energy-Efficient Scheduling for Stability-Guaranteed Embedded Control Systems
  • Tayyebeh Hashamdar and Hamid Noori. Thermal Management of FPGA-based Embedded Systems at Operating System Level
  • Roghayeh Mojarad and Hamid R. Zarandi. Two Effective Anomaly Correction Methods in Embedded Systems
12:20~13:30 Lunch & Break
13:30~14:30 Session 2: Time Predictability in Real-Time Systems
Session Chair: Dr Enrico Bini

  • Paolo Burgio, Andrea Marongiu, Paolo Valente and Marko Bertogna. A memory-centric approach to enable timing-predictability within embedded many-core accelerators
  • Ahad Mozafari Fard, Mehdi Ghasemi and Mehdi Kargahi. Response-Time Minimization in Soft Real-Time Systems with Temperature-Affected Reliability Constraint
  • Javad Ebrahimian Amiri and Mehdi Kargahi. A Predictable Interrupt Management Policy for Real-Time Operating Systems
14:30~15:00 Break
15:00~16:00 Keynote Speech #2 (RTEST Keynote #1: Enrico Bini)
16:00~16:30 Break
16:30~18:30 RTEST Panel #1: Which RTOS is appropriate for critical applications: Open-Source or Commercial? (In Persian)


Thursday: October 8, 2015

8:30~10:10 Session 3: Fault-Tolerance, Energy Management, and Embedded Hardware
Session Chair: Dr Mehdi Kargahi

  • Danial Kamran, Ali Marjovi, Ali Fanian and Mehran Safayani. HDL Based Simulation Framework for a DPA Secured Embedded System
  • Masoume Zabihi, Hamed Farbeh and Seyed Ghassem Miremadi. A Partial Task Replication Algorithm for Fault-Tolerant FPGA-based Soft-Multiprocessors
  • Alireza Abdoli and Ali Jahanian. Fault-Tolerant Architecture and CAD Algorithm for Field-Programmable Pin-Constrained Digital Microfluidic Biochips
  • Reza Nazari, Nezam Rohbani, Hamed Farbeh, Zahra Shirmohammadi and Seyed Ghassem Miremadi. A2CM2: Aging-Aware Cache Memory Management Technique
  • Farimah R. Poursafaei, Sepideh Safari, Mohsen Ansari, Mohammad Salehi and Alireza Ejlali. Offline Replication and Online Energy Management for Hard Real-Time Multicore Systems
10:10~10:30 Break
10:30~11:30 Keynote Speech #3 (RTEST Keynote #2: Nader Bagharzadeh)
11:30~12:10 Session 4: Modeling and Applications of Embedded Systems
Session Chair: Dr Alireza Ejlali

  • Ashkan Sadeghi Lotfabadi, Afsaneh Pourhassan, Hashem Ghorbanpanah and Hamid Noori. طراحی و پیاده‌سازی یک میکرو وب سرور در یک ساختار درختی پیشنهادی مناسب برای اینترنت اشیا
  • Amir Taherin, Farshad Baharvand and Seyed Ghasem Miremadi. مدل‌ قابلیت اطمینان پردازنده‌‌ی چندهسته‌‌ای با پیکربندی افزونگی سه‌‌پیمانه‌‌ای مبتنی بر معیار آسیب‌‌پذیری معماری و تنظیم ولتاژ و فرکانس پویا
12:10~13:30 Lunch & Break
13:30~14:30 Keynote Speech #4 (CADS Keynote #2: Jorg Henkel)
14:30~15:00 Break
15:00~16:30 RTEST Panel #2: Future Trends of Embedded Systems: What should we do In Iran in comparison to what is done in the other countries? (In Persian)
16:30~17:00 Best Paper Announcement & Concluding Remarks



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