OPERA will be held during the Hot Topics Day (HTD) of RTSS 2023. More info on venue and accomodation can be found here.

Accepted Papers and Schedule

1Deadline-Aware and Fault-Tolerant Distributed Data Storage at the EdgeSathish Gopalakrishnan (The University of British Columbia)Sathish GopalakrishnanJan Reineke
1Subtask-Level Elasticity for Federated Scheduling of Parallel TasksMarion Sudvarg (Washington University in St. Louis), Chris Gill (Washington University in St. Louis), Jeremy Buhler (Washington University in St. Louis)Marion SudvargTanya Amert
1Fallen Leafs: Towards WCET and ACET Performance Surrogate Models for Decision TreesChristian Hakert (TU Dortmund), Nils Hölscher (TU Dortmund), Kuan-Hsun Chen (University of Twente), Jan Reineke (Saarland University), Jian-Jia Chen (TU Dortmund)Christian HakertAlessandro Druetto
2Feasibility analysis of real-time periodic multi-phase tasks on unrelated multiprocessor platformsThomas Gaspard (LIAS, ISAE-ENSMA, Université de Poitiers), Antoine Bertout (LIAS, ISAE-ENSMA, Université de Poitiers), Joël Goossens (Université libre de Bruxelles), Emmanuel Grolleau (LIAS, ISAE-ENSMA, Université de Poitiers), Pascal Richard (LIAS, ISAE-ENSMA, Université de Poitiers)Thomas GaspardMarion Sudvarg
2Modeling Techniques for Fixed Priority SchedulingAlessandro Druetto (University of Turin), Andrea Cesare Grosso (University of Turin)Alessandro DruettoSathish Gopalakrishnan
2Priority Point Exploration in EDF-Like Scheduling for Self-Suspending TasksMario Günzel (TU Dortmund), Kuan-Hsun Chen (University of Twente), Jian-Jia Chen (TU Dortmund), Ching-Chi Lin (TU Dortmund)Mario GünzelThomas Gaspard
2Real-Time Systems Optimization with Black-box Constraints and Hybrid VariablesSen Wang (Virginia Tech), Dong Li (Virginia Tech), Shao-Yu Huang (Purdue University), Xuanliang Deng (Virginia Tech), Ashrarul Haq Sifat (Virginia Tech), Changhee Jung (Purdue University), Ryan Williams (Virginia Tech), Haibo Zeng (Virginia Tech)Sen WangMario Günzel

Event Format

OPERA aims at collecting relevant past results or preliminary ideas on the topics of interest, creating a constructive environment for discussion, scientific advancement, and sharing ideas. To achieve such a goal the program is divided in presentations by contributors (of around 15-20 minutes), and open discussion within the audience. To stimulate the discussion, each accepted presentation is assigned a discussant.

The discussant:

  • has normally worked in the area of the presented work or has interest in doing so;
  • has read the accepted paper and possibly the necessary related works;
  • is expected to stimulate the discussion after the presentation;
  • is appointed by the workshop organizer and may be a TPC member.

At the conclusion of the workshop a kahoot quiz will be organized among the participants.