SNART - The Swedish National Real-Time Association
RTiS 2011 – Real-Time in Sweden 2011, Mälardalen University
Västerås, Sweden, June 13-14, 2011
The Bengt Asker Award for The Best Real-Time Master Thesis 2011
The prize money this year is 10,000 SEK, thanks to generous support from Volvo and ABB.
The nomination should be submitted by the supervisor or examiner of the thesis, with prior approval from the candidate. The nomination should include the abstract of the thesis, contact details of the candidate (including current e-mail, telephone number and address), and a PDF file of the thesis.
The DEADLINE for the submission is MARCH 15, 2011. The material should be sent electronically to Anton Cervin (email@example.com), who coordinates this year's competition. Please use the subject 'Bengt Asker Award 2011' in the e-mail.
The Board of SNART will evaluate the theses and select a winner by the beginning of May. The winner is expected to give a short presentation of the thesis at Real-Time in Sweden 2011 - the 11th Biennial SNART Conference on Real-Time Systems, which will take place at Mälardalen University in Västerås on June 13-14. SNART cos travel expenses (by train) and the registration fee for the conference.
On behalf of the Board of SNART,
Material from SNART Summer School and RTiS 2009We will publish the slide presentations from the summer school and the conference below as soon as we collect them.
Real-Time in Sweden and SNART Summer School 2009SNART is traditionally arranging the Real-Time in Sweden (RTiS) conference in August this year. The conference is intended to give an overview of current research and development in the area of real-time and embedded systems, and this year we have an excellent program of invited speakers (see program below). The conference is intended to act as a platform promoting networking within Swedish academia and industry. This year the conference is held in the beautiful city of Lund 19th to 20th of August (19th lunchtime - 20th afternoon).
Moreover, in continuing the tradition of the ARTES Summer School for Ph.D. students, there will be a SNART Summer School the 18th and 19th of August (18th lunchtime - 19th lunchtime). During the summer school there are some invited speakers, and the Ph.D. students will be given an opportunity to present their research. The purpose of the summer school is to establish, maintain and strengthen the network of Swedish Ph.D. students in the area of real-time and embedded systems within Sweden. It is an excellent opportunity to meet new people, and to kick start the academic year of 2009-2010.
A detailed program and instructions for registration are available here:
The Swedish National Real-Time Association (SNART) is a non-profit organisation for academic researchers, students and industrial practitioners, which are active or interested in real-time or embedded SW systems. SNART has the goals to:
SNART was the main organisation behind the ARTES initiative in 1996. ARTES is a national Swedish strategic research initiative in Real-Time Systems supported by the Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research (SSF).
The membership is free.
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