EMSOFT 2009 : International Conference on Embedded Software
Conference Series : Embedded Software
Call For Papers
Embedded Systems Week Call for Papers
Embedded Systems Week (ESWeek), a federated conference including CASES,
CODES+ISSS, and EMSOFT, is a forum for research in all aspects of embedded
computing. ESWeek will be held in Grenoble, October 11 to 16, 2009 and
together with the three major conferences it includes also guest conferences,
workshops and tutorials.
Embedded computing systems are built from software and hardware
components to meet a variety of real‐world constraints, such as real‐time
behavior, power/energy consumption, and reliability.
Topics relevant to ESWeek include but are not limited to:
• Novel architectures for embedded systems and their components.
• Performance/power/reliability analysis for embedded systems and their
• Methodologies and tools for the design of embedded computing systems.
• Networked and distributed embedded systems.
• Embedded software models of computation, languages, analysis,
optimization, and compilation.
• Compilers and architectures for embedded systems.
• Cyber‐physical systems.
ESWeek uses a single paper submission system for submissions to all three
conferences; it can be found at http://www.esweek.org. However, authors are
responsible for choosing the appropriate conference to which their paper will be
submitted; conference selection is made as part of the paper submission process.
The three conferences (CASES, CODES+ISSS, EMSOFT) have independent
technical committees and technical programs, as well as separate
review processes. ESWeek will not move a paper from one conference to another
without the author’s request in order to ensure that the paper is reviewed by the
community to which the authors believe it is best suited.
Paper submission schedule:
• Abstract submission: Friday, May 1, 2009
• Full paper submission: Friday, May 8, 2009
• Notification of acceptance: Friday, July 31, 2009
• Deadline for final version: Sunday, August 9, 2009
All authors must register their paper title, abstract and affiliation by May 1, 2009,
in order to be allowed to submit a full paper by May 8, 2009.
EMSOFT is part of the 2009 Embedded Systems Week.
Embedded software must meet demanding criteria for correctness, performance, power consumption, and development cost. EMSOFT aims at covering all aspects of embedded software with focus on principles of embedded software development. Topics of Interest include (but are not limited to):
Design and implementation of embedded software
Modeling and validation
Model- and component-based software design and analysis
Programming languages and compilers
Software engineering and programming methodologies
Scheduling and execution time analysis
Operating systems and middleware
QoS management and performance analysis
Hardware-dependent software and interfaces
Networked embedded systems and security
Software for distributed/multiprocessor embedded systems
Application areas, e.g. automotive, avionics, telecommunication, and multimedia