Special Session on Real-Time Simulations


Submission Deadline: May 30th, 2020
Notification Date: TBA

Session Co-Chairs

Hugo Sereno Ferreira
University of Porto, Portual
Nicolas Marilleau
Sorbonne Universite & UMMISCO, IRD, France

Goals of the Session

Real-time simulations focus on the precise behavior and dynamic representation of the simulated system through a computer-based model at the same rate, with high-fidelity and precise timing requirements. Real-time simulations have been applied to simulate precisely simulate the behaviour of many distributed and complex systems, such as power grids, aircrafts, space robots, vehicle dynamics, and motion control. This special session focuses on cutting-edge research that lies at the modelling and simulation of real-time distributed systems applied on several scientific and multi-disciplinary domains, such as engineering, biology, ecology, physics and chemistry. It is intended to bring together researchers and practitioners, so they can present the current status of their work and discuss the challenges they face in developing solutions for simulating distributed and complex systems that present real-time behaviour, characteristics, and time constraints.

List of Topics

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
  • Advanced modeling techniques, including reuse of models, new modeling languages for real-time systems
  • Algorithms and methods for parallel or distributed real-time simulation
  • Multidisciplinary modeling and real-time simulation
  • Paradigms, Methodology, Algorithms and Software Architectures for Real-Time Simulations
  • Non-functional Properties of Real-Time Systems
  • Languages and Tools for the Simulation of Real-Time Systems
  • Performance and Validation of Real-Time System