8th IEEE International Symposium on
Industrial Embedded Systems

Porto, Portugal
June 19-21, 2013

Work in Progress

List of Accepted Papers

Smart Localization platform for IEEE 802.11 Industrial Networks
Mario Collotta, Arcangelo Lo Cascio, Giovanni Pau and Gianfranco Scatà

Digital Hardware Projects: A New Tool for Automated Complexity Analysis
Benjamin Menhorn, Lukas Brix and Frank Slomka

Strategies for the Interconnection of CAN buses through an Ethernet switch
Abdelaziz Ahmed Nacer, Katia Jaffrès-Runser, Jean-Luc Scharbarg and Christian Fraboul

Evaluation of the Overheads and Latencies of a Virtualized RTOS
Mehdi Aichouch, Jean-Christophe Prévotet and Fabienne Nouvel

Efficient Semi-Partitioning and Rate-Monotonic Scheduling Hard Real-Time Tasks on Multi-Core Systems
Mahmoud Naghibzadeh, Peyman Neamatollahi, Reza Ramezani, Amin Rezaeian and Toktam Dehghani

Scheduling Parallel Real-Time Tasks using a Fixed-Priority Work-Stealing Algorithm on Multiprocessors
Cláudio Maia, Luis Nogueira and Luis Miguel Pinho

SWIFTNET: A data acquisition protocol for a fast-reactive monitoring application
Femi Aderohunmu, Giacomo Paci, Davide Brunelli, Luca Benini and Jeremiah D. Deng

Towards Implementation of Virtual-Clustered Multiprocessor Scheduling in Linux
Syed Md Jakaria Abdullah, Nima Moghaddami Khalilzad, Moris Behnam and Thomas Nolte

Embedded Soundscape Rendering for the Visually Impaired
Luca Rizzon and Roberto Passerone

A Self-Adaptive Approximate Interpolation Scheme for Densely Instrumented Systems
Maryam Vahabi, Eduardo Tovar and Michele Albano

Real-Time For the Masses, Step 1: Programming API and Static Priority SRP Kernel Primitives
Johan Eriksson, Fredrik Häggström, Simon Aittamaa, Andrey Kruglyak and Per Lindgren

Towards Transparent Parallel/Distributed Support for Real-Time Embedded Applications
Ricardo Garibay-Martinez, Luis Lino Ferreira, Claudio Maia and Luis Miguel Pinho

Call for Papers

The Work-in-Progress (WiP) session at SIES 2013 will be dedicated to new and on-going research in systems, methodologies, theory, tools and applications for Industrial Embedded Systems. The primary purpose of the WiP session is to provide researchers from industry and academia with an opportunity to discuss new and creative ideas, intuitions and approaches and gather feedback from the research community. Topics cover all areas of embedded industrial systems, including

Submission of Papers

Submissions to SIES WiP should describe original on-going work, unpublished and not under submission elsewhere. WiP papers will undergo review and will be published in IEEE Explore along with the full papers. Submissions must be in the IEEE format for conference proceedings, ( and must be limited to a maximum of 4 (FOUR) pages. By submitting a paper, the authors agree and confirm that if accepted, at least one author will provide a full registration and give a short oral presentation at the conference in person.

Important dates for WiP

Submission deadline April 21, 2013 extended till April 30
Notification for acceptance May 10, 2013
Deadline for final manuscript   May 19, 2013
WiP Session June 19, 2013


WiP Co-Chairs

Arvind Easwaran, NTU, Singapore
Luca Santinelli, ONERA, France

WiP Technical Program Committee Members

Bjorn Andersson, Software Engineering Institute, USA
Moris Behnam, Malardalen University, Sweden
Jerome Hugues, ISAE, Toulouse, France
Gianluca Franchino, SSSUP, Italy
Insik Shin, KAIST, Korea
Marko Bertogna, University of Modena, Italy
Kai Lampka, Uppsala University, Sweden
Patrick Meumeu Yomsi, ISEP-IPP, Portugal
Qixin Wang, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
Eric Noulard, ONERA, France
Nathan Fisher, Wayne State University, USA
Fabio Checconi, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center
Joel Goossens, PARTS ULB, Belgium
Julio Medina, CTR UC, Spain
Damien Hardy, IRISA University of Rennes I, France
Claire Pagetti, ONERA Toulouse, France
Francisco J. Cazorla, BSC, Spain