Welcome to the web pages of the Real-Time Systems Research Group at
York. The Group was established in 1990 and since then has undertaken
research into all aspects of the design, implementation and analysis of
real-time systems. These web pages will give you more details of our
current research. We hope that you find them interesting and useful.
The group is structured around the interests of the permanent academic staff:
An introduction to the group's work and the interests of all its
members can be found here.
New PhD and EngD studentships are available
For details about the PhD and EngD studentships consult our News and jobs page.
Talks this term
- Oct 26 - Will Lunniss, Optimising Task Layout to Increase Schedulability via
Reduced Cache Related Pre-emption Delays, paper at RTNS
- Nov 2 - Rob Davis, Getting ones priorities right: Keynote talk for RTNS
- Nov 9 - Christos Evripidou, 1st year EngD talk.
- Nov 16 - Ipek Caliskanelli, Runtime Optimisation in WSNs for Load Balancing Using Pheromone Signalling, talk for ROLBPS
- Nov 23 - Jack Whitham, Investigation of Scratchpad Memory for Preemptive Multitasking, RTSS paper
- Nov 30 - Rob Davis, Optimal Fixed Priority Scheduling with Deferred Pre-emption, RTSS paper
- Dec 7 - To be announced
- Dec 14 - 1st year PhDs lit reviews (may need more than 1 hour)