RTNS 2016

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24th International Conference on Real-Time Networks and Systems

Brest, France, 19-21th October 2016

RTNS is a friendly conference with a great sense of community that presents excellent opportunities for collaboration.

The purpose of the conference is to share ideas, experiences and information among academic researchers, developers and service providers in the field of real-time systems and networks.

RTNS 2016 will be in Brest, France.

RTNS 2016 is the 24th edition of the conference formerly known as RTS (Real-Time Systems, Paris). The first 12 editions of RTS were french-speaking events held in Paris in conjunction with the RTS Embedded System exhibition. Since its 13th edition, the conference language of RTNS has been english.


The proceedings will be published by the ACM in the International Conference Proceedings Series and indexed by the ACM digital library.



RTNS2016 > Awards

RTNS2016 > Conference Program

Conference Program

Wednesday 19th October




Opening Remarks

9:30 - 10:30

Keynote (Chair: Sébastien Faucou)

10:30 - 11:00

Coffee break

11:00 - 12:30

Session 1 - Network Analysis (Chair: Sophie Quinton)

A Formal Approach for Flexible Modeling and Analysis of Transaction Timeliness and Isolation
Simin Cai, Barbara Gallina, Dag Nyström and Cristina Seceleanu

MILP-based Deadline Assignment for End-to-End Flows in Distributed Real-Time Systems
Bo Peng, Nathan Fisher and Thidapat Chantem

Efficient Algorithm for Jitter Minimization in Time-Triggered Periodic Mixed-Criticality Message Scheduling Problem
Antonin Novak, Premysl Sucha and Zdenek Hanzalek

12:30 - 14:00


14:00 - 15:30

Session 2 - Network Analysis (Chair:Jean-Luc Scharbarg)

Traversal time for weakly synchronized CAN bus
Hugo Daigmorte and Marc Boyer

A Practical Message ID Assignment Policy for Controller Area Network that Maximizes Extensibility
Florian Pölzlbauer, Robert I. Davis and Iain Bate

Independent yet Tight WCRT Analysis for Individual Priority Classes in Ethernet AVB (Outstanding paper)
Jingyue Cao, Pieter J. L. Cuijpers, Reinder J. Bril and Johan J.Lukkien

15:30 - 16:00

Coffee break

16:00 - 17:30

Session 3 - Synchronous Dataflow Graphs (Chair: Mathieu Jan)

Response Time Analysis of Synchronous Data Flow Programs on a Many-Core Processor
Hamza Rihani, Matthieu Moy, Claire Maiza, Robert I. Davis and Sebastian Altmeyer

scheduling of dependent periodic tasks modeled by synchronous dataflow graphs
Enagnon Cédric Klikpo and Alix Munier-Kordon

Computing latency of a real-time system modeled by Synchronous Dataflow Graph
Jad Khatib, Alix Munier-Kordon, Enagnon Cédric Klikpo and Kods Trabelsi-Colibet

17:30 - 18:30

Junior Workshop

Model-Driven Development of Real-Time Applications based on MARTOP  and XML

Andreas Stahlhofen and Dieter Zöbel


On Scheduling Sporadic Non-Preemptive Tasks with Arbitrary Deadline using Non-Work Conserving Scheduling

Homa Izadi and Mitra Nasri


Towards schedulability analysis of real-time systems with precedence constraints and different periods

Slim Ben-Amor, Liliana Cucu-Grosjean and Dorin Maxim


Tester Partitioning and Synchronization Algorithm For Testing Real-Time Distributed Systems

Deepak Pal and Juri Vain


Quantifying the Flexibility of Real-Time Systems

Rafik Henia, Alain Girault, Christophe Prévot, Sophie Quinton and Laurent Rioux


Framework to Generate and Validate Embedded Decision Trees with Missing Data

Arwa Khannoussi, Catherine Dezan and Patrick Meyer


Model Checking of Cache for WCET Analysis Refinement

Valentin Touzeau, Claire Maïza and David Monniaux


Cocktail and posters

Thursday 20th October

8:00 - 10:00

Session 4 - Scheduling and Schedulability (Chair: Rob Davis)

Schedulability analysis of dependent probabilistic real-time tasks
Slim Ben-Amor, Dorin Maxim and Liliana Cucu-Grosjean

On Fixed-Priority Schedulability Analysis of Sporadic Tasks with Self-Suspension
Morteza Mohaqeqi, Pontus Ekberg and Wang Yi

Uniprocessor Scheduling Strategies for Self-Suspending Task Systems
Georg von der Brüggen, Wen-Hung Huang, Jian-Jia Chen and Cong Liu

Adaptive Fair Scheduler: Fairness in Presence of Disturbances
Enrico Bini

10:00 - 10:30

Coffee Break

10:30 - 12:30

Session 5 - Periodic Systems and Control (Chair: Enrico Bini)

Intrusion-Damage Assessment and Mitigation in Cyber-Physical Systems for Control Applications
Rouhollah Mahfouzi, Amir Aminifar, Petru Eles, Zebo Peng and Mattias Villani

On Task Period Assignment in Multiprocessor Real-Time Control Systems
Abhishek Roy, Hakan Aydin and Dakai Zhu

Quantifying the Effect of Period Ratios on Schedulability of Rate Monotonic
Mitra Nasri, Morteza Mohaqeqi and Gerhard Fohler

On the Problem of Finding Optimal Harmonic Periods (Outstanding paper)
Morteza Mohaqeqi, Mitra Nasri, Yang Xu, Anton Cervin and Karl-Erik Arzén

12:30 - 14:00


14:00 - 15:30

Session 6 - Network Optimization (Chair: Ye-Qiong Song)

Scheduling Real-Time Communication in IEEE 802.1Qbv Time Sensitive Networks
Silviu S. Craciunas, Ramon Serna Oliver, Martin Chmelik and Wilfried Steiner

Time-sensitive Software-defined Network (TSSDN) for Real-time Applications
Naresh Ganesh Nayak, Frank Dürr and Kurt Rothermel

No-wait Packet Scheduling for IEEE Time-sensitive Networks (TSN)
Frank Dürr and Naresh Ganesh Nayak

15:30 - 16:00

Coffee Break

16:00 - 17:30

Session 7 - Manycore and NoC (Chair: Christian Fraboul)

Supporting Suspension-based Locking Mechanisms for Real-Time Networks-on-Chip
Adam Kostrzewa, Sebastian Tobuschat, Selma Saidi and Rolf Ernst

State-based Communication on Time-predictable Multicore Processors
Rasmus Bo
Sørensen, Martin Schoeberl and Jens Sparsø¸

Mapping hard real-time applications on many-core processors
Quentin Perret, Pascal Maurère, Eric Noulard, Claire Pagetti, Pascal Sainrat and Benoit Triquet


Social Event Departure

18:15 - 23:00

Social Event and Banquet

Friday 21th October

8:00 - 10:00

Session 8 - Multicore Scheduling (Chair: Mitra Nasri)

Scheduling Constrained-Deadline Parallel Tasks on Two-type Heterogeneous Multiprocessors
Björn Andersson and Gurulingesh Raravi

Partitioning and Interface Synthesis in Hierarchical Multiprocessor Real-Time Systems (Outstanding paper)
Alessandro Biondi, Giorgio Buttazzo and Marko Bertogna

EDF-hv: An Energy-Efficient Semi-Partitioned Approach for Hard Real-Time Systems
Jesse Patterson and Thidapat Chantem

Improving the Schedulability of Mixed Criticality Cyclic Executives via Limited Task Splitting
Tom Fleming, Sanjoy Baruah and Alan Burns

10:00 - 10:30

Coffee Break

10:30 - 12:30

Session 9 - Timing Analysis (Chair: Dorin Maxim)

Time for Reactive System Modeling: Interactive Timing Analysis with Hotspot Highlighting
Insa Fuhrmann, David Broman, Reinhard Von Hanxleden and Alexander Schulz-Rosengarten

Enabling Compositionality for Multicore Timing Analysis
Sebastian Hahn, Michael Jacobs and Jan Reineke

Analysis of Write-back Caches under Fixed-priority Preemptive and Non-preemptive Scheduling (Outstanding paper)
Robert I. Davis, Sebastian Altmeyer and Jan Reineke

A Software Managed Stack Cache for Real-Time Systems
Alexander Jordan, Sahar Abbaspour and Martin Schoeberl

12:30 - 14:00


14:00 - 15:30

Session 10 - Parallelism (Chair: Luis Miguel Pinho)

Quantifying Energy Consumption for Practical Fork-Join Parallelism on an Embedded Real-Time Operating System
Antonio Paolillo, Paul Rodriguez, Nikita Veshchikov, Joël Goossens and Ben Rodriguez

Parallel Real-time Tasks with Di-Graphs
Houssam-Eddine Zahaf, Abou El Hassen Banyamina, Giuseppe Lipari, Richard Olejnik and Pierre Boulet

Reducing Response-Time Bounds for DAG-Based Task Systems on Heterogeneous Multicore Platforms
Kecheng Yang, Ming Yang and James H. Anderson

15:30 - 15:45

Closing remarks

RTNS2016 > Call-for-Papers

Conference aims and topics

PDF version of the Call for Papers
Text version of the Call for Papers

RTNS is a friendly conference with a great sense of community that presents excellent opportunities for collaboration. The purpose of RTNS is to share new ideas, experiences and information among academic researchers, developers and service providers in the field of real-time systems and networks. Original unpublished papers on all aspects of real-time systems are welcome. These include, but are not limited to:

RTNS2016 > Submission

Instructions to authors

The papers are limited to 10 two-column pages in a font no smaller than 9 points. Submission format is PDF.

The LaTeX formatting instructions as well as the Word template can be found here.

Authors submitting a paper to RTNS 2016 confirm that neither the paper, nor a version of it, is under submission elsewhere nor will be submitted elsewhere before notification by RTNS 2016, and that if the paper is accepted, at least one author will register by the special registration deadline, and present the paper at the conference.

The link to the Easychair submission page is here

RTNS2016 > Artifact evaluation

RTNS artifact evaluated

RTNS 2016 results

The papers which have passed the evaluation are:

Time for Reactive System Modeling: Interactive Timing Analysis with Hotspot Highlighting
Insa Fuhrmann, David Broman, Reinhard Von Hanxleden and Alexander Schulz-Rosengarten

Response Time Analysis of Synchronous Data Flow Programs on a Many-Core Processor
Hamza Rihani, Matthieu Moy, Claire Maiza, Robert I. Davis and Sebastian Altmeyer

Analysis of Write-back Caches under Fixed-priority Preemptive and Non-preemptive Scheduling
Robert I. Davis, Sebastian Altmeyer and Jan Reineke

Traversal time for weakly synchronized CAN bus
Hugo Daigmorte and Marc Boyer

On Fixed-Priority Schedulability Analysis of Sporadic Tasks with Self-Suspension
Morteza Mohaqeqi, Pontus Ekberg and Wang Yi

Schedulability analysis of dependent probabilistic real-time tasks
Slim Ben-Amor, Dorin Maxim and Liliana Cucu-Grosjean

Artifact submission

For the first time at RTNS, we give this year the opportunity to authors of accepted papers to submit an artifact establishing the reproducibility of the computational results described in their paper.

The objective of Artifact Evaluation (AE) is to reward efforts made by researchers to allow others to replicate their experiments. Major expected benefits of AE include that being able to reproduce results helps researchers build on top of each other's work and compare results in a fair manner. Note that the AE reviewers do not evaluate the correctness of the experimental results obtained using the artifact, only that these results can be reproduced.

The reviewing process is single-blind. The final notification of acceptance will be sent on 14th October 2016.

Note that reviewers should be able to evaluate submitted artifacts using regular computing resources. Please feel free to contact the AE chair if you would like to submit an artifact for which this is not possible.

Submission instructions

Artifacts should include:

A nice HOWTO for preparing an artifact evaluation package is available online at http://bit.ly/HOWTO-AEC.

Prospective participants to the artifact evaluation are invited to package their artifact and send it via email to sophie.quinton@inria.fr by 29th September 2016.

Important dates


Artifact Evaluation Committee


Please contact Sophie Quinton for any questions, concerns or comments.

Additional information

Here is a list of useful links related to artifact evaluation in other computer science research communities:

RTNS2016 > Keynote talk

Keynote Talk

Time-aware Instrumentation: From the Formal Model to Applications

Sebastian Fischmeister

Sebastian Fischmeister,
Real-time Embedded Software Group
University of Waterloo, Canada


Code instrumentation is a common method for extracting information and tracing programs. Developers use code instrumentation to understand and monitor modern systems with millions of lines of code. Unfortunately, typical software-based instrumentation methods, while useful to extract high-level information from programs, concentrate on preserving only logical correctness and are thus inadequate for application areas such as real-time embedded systems. Time-aware instrumentation is a new view on code instrumentation, one that considers extra-functional properties and specifically timing constraints. The talk presents work on time-aware instrumentation ranging from the formal model to a scalable implementation able to instrument deployed systems. Of specific interest are the lessons learnt, for instance, how the formal model created a common language, precise problem statements, and allowed predicting effects to be confirmed through the implementation. Furthermore, the talk also outlines unforeseen offshoots of the work leading to new insights, ideas, and applications. The closing statement will provide an outlook on future research challenges given the growing complexity of software-intensive embedded systems, and also raise the topic of reproducibility of research and research artifacts.


Sebastian Fischmeister is an associate professor at the University of Waterloo. He leads the Real-time Embedded Software Group and acts as associate director at WatCAR for Systems and Connectivity. Sebastian Fischmeister has 15 years of research experience in safety-critical real-time embedded systems. Together with his research team, he developed the Atacama open-source implementation for real-time Ethernet, pioneered time-aware instrumentation for time-sensitive systems, and established the theory and practice for sampling-based runtime verification. Sebastian extensively collaborates with industry and built, for instance, the reference demonstrator for the ASTM F2761-09 standard on the integrated clinical environment, the APMA Connected Vehicle Technology Demonstrator (a modified Lexus RX350), and the DIME instrumentation framework. He is currently working on theory and tools for data-driven certification for connected automated vehicles.

RTNS2016 > registration


All participants must be registered. Please register in advance.
Registration at Early Registration rates will be possible until 5th October 2016.
AT LEAST ONE AUTHOR (student or full rate) PER FULL PAPER has to be registered before 5th October 2016.
AT LEAST ONE AUTHOR PER JUNIOR WORKSHOP PAPER (student or full rate) has to be registered before 5th October 2016.

Please notice that for any registration after the 5th of October, lunchees and social event will be provided according to availability.

Registration form

The registration form is available here in pdf and here in word format

Please return the registration form by fax or e-mail to RTNS 2016 Registration Chair :
Mickael Kerboeuf
UBO, Département informatique
20 avenue Le Gorgeu
CS 93837
29238 BREST Cedex 3, France

phone: +33-2 98 01 83 07
fax: +33 2 98 01 80 11
e-mail: rtns16@listes.univ-brest.fr

Registration fees to the main conference

Early Late
Full Rate 320€ 460€
Student 180€ 260€

The registration fees includes for all packages:

In all packages, travel costs are not included and are the responsibility of each conference participant.

Extra tickets for the social event and dinner can be purchased till 20th September 2016.

Terms of Payment

The method of payment recommended is by bank transfer to the order of Agent Comptable de l'UBO.

Payment must be sent in EUROS (€):

Please indicate “RTNS + <YOUR FAMILY NAME>” as the payment reference. We'll use this proof to identify your payment.

Bank details:

Bank name : TP Brest - Tresorerie Generale
Beneficiary: Agent Comptable de l'UBO
Account number : 00001002790
RIB key : 91
Bank code: 10071
Agency: 29000

IBAN (International bank account number): FR76 1007 1290 0000 0010 0279 091

A copy of the bank transfer should be sent by email to: rtns16@listes.univ-brest.fr. Do NOT forget to give the name of the person you are paying for, on the bank transfer order. Bank transfer charges had to be paid by the registrant. Registration without appropriate payment will not be honored until full payment received. The registration will only be accepted upon receipt of payment proof. In the absence of the document, the registration will be considered cancelled.

Cancellation policy for individual registration & reservations

All cancellations must be notified in writing (by mail or e-mail) to the Registration Management rtns16@listes.univ-brest.fr according to the following conditions and reimbursement (will be processed AFTER the Congress). Up to 5th October 2016: a 10% cancellation fee will be withheld for administrative fee; After 5th October 2016, 2016 no refund.

If unable to attend, a colleague may attend in your place. Please send written instructions for this.

Cancellation of the conference

In the event that the conference cannot be held or is postponed due to events beyond the control of the conference organizers (force majeure) or due to events which are not attributable to wrongful intent or gross negligence of the conference organizers, the conference organizers cannot be held liable by delegates for any damages, costs, or losses incurred, such as transportation costs, accommodation costs, costs for additional orders, financial losses, etc.

Under these circumstances, the conference organizers reserve the right to either retain the entire registration fee and to credit it for a future conference, or to reimburse the delegate after deducting costs already incurred for the organization of the conference and which could not be recovered from third parties.

Privacy Legislation

By registering for the conference, relevant details will be incorporated into a participant list for the benefit of all delegates. Normally this information would be: name, surname, institution, country and email address. These details may also be available to parties directly related to the Conference including the venues and accommodation providers. We may use these details to inform current participants of Conference updates or future conferences via email. Participants are responsible for advising us if they do not wish to have their email addresses included in the conference participant list or distribution list for future events.

In accordance with French law "loi Informatique et Libertés", articles 39 and 40, you have the right to access and rectify your data. In practice, proving your identity, you can ask us whether or not we process data about you and in case the answer is yes, which data, for which purpose and how. Besides, French law acknowledges your right to rectify update and suppress these data. For any such request, please contact rtns16@listes.univ-brest.fr.

RTNS2016 > Dates

Important dates

Submission deadline: 25th July 2016 (Anywhere on Earth / UTC-12 - no extensions: submission site will close automatically)
Notification to authors: 8th September 2016
Camera ready paper due: 22nd September 2016
Conference: 19-21th October 2016
RTNS2016 > Committees

Conference Committees

General chair
Program chairs
Local organization committee
Program committee
Steering committee
RTNS2016 > Local Information

Local information

For any information, you can send an e-mail to the local organization committee

Venue and useful informations

The meeting will take place at TA Bouguen, Pôle numérique, Université de Bretagne Occidentale on 19-21th October 2016.
Wi-Fi network with access control on site. Credentials will be available at the conference.
Lunches and coffee breaks will be served on site. They are included in the registration fees.

TA Bouguen, Pôle numérique, Université de Bretagne Occidentale, 6 Rue du Bouguen Click here for the map

How to reach the location of the conference

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Arriving by plane

Brest is linked to the whole of Europe by the Brest-Bretagne international airport. It is less than one hour from Paris (10 flights per day), and only one hour from London. Other direct-flight destinations include Nantes, Lyon, Nice, Marseille, Toulon, Birmingham, Exeter and Southampton.

Airport-campus transportation

The journey by taxi from the airport to the campus takes about 30 minutes.

A shuttle service links Brest Bretagne airport and the tramway station, Porte de Guipavas. The journey takes around 15 minutes. Tickets can be purchased in the bus. The cost is less than 5 euros. Arrived at the Porte de Guipavas station, you have to take another ticket for the tramway. From the Porte de Guipavas station, you can take the tramway and stop at the Brest - Liberté station, close to the tourist office and the railway station.

To come to the university campus by bus takes about 10 minutes. (Notice that you can reuse your tramway ticket). From the city center stationBrest - Liberté, walk to the Brest - Liberté Quartz station, take the bus (line 1, to "Hopital de la cavale Blanche"), get out at the stop ("Bouguen"), cross the avenue, walk left along the avenue for few meters before entering the university building. Then just follow the RTNS logo till the registration desk.

Arriving by train

You can choose to go by rail, there are 8 high-speed trains (TGV) each day from Paris-Montparnasse station. You can buy your ticket on-line at the SNCF-TGV website.

Station-campus transportation

Taxis are available just outside the railway station.

If you prefer to take the bus, take the line 1 one and get out at the stop "Bouguen", cross the avenue, walk left along the avenue for few meters before entering the university building. Then just follow the RTNS  logo till the registration desk.

RTNS2016 > Accomodation


Please, book your room as soon as possible. Because of the Brest Open tennis tournament that will be held at Brest during the same week as RTNS, you may have difficulties to find an hotel near the conference site.

Hotels with blocked rooms until 15th of September with the code "RTNS"

Hotels with blocked rooms until 15th of September with the code "ubo"

Hotels with blocked rooms until 23th of September with the code "RTNS"

Another good hotel: Hôtel Center Brest, www.hotelcenter.com

For other accomodation downtown, visit brest-metropole-tourisme.fr

RTNS2016 > Tourism


Brest enjoys a wonderful location, on the shores of a very large bay, with the beauty of inland and coastal Brittany all around it. The town of Brest was destroyed during the second world war and (quick) rebuilt in a modern style. The city is a centre of commerce, combining the cobbled streets and fortifications of the old port with all the attractions and facilities of the modern city. Anyone who loves ports will want to see the dock yards. Its 17th century castle was spared by the bombs and gives a good point of view of the harbour. The Brest castle now houses a museum and offices of the harbour authorities. The fine arts museum Musee des Beaux-arts is worth finding for it's collection of Pont-Aben school paintings. Brest is famous today for being the home of Oceanopolis - the largest aquarium in Europe. The Oceanpolis is not just an aquarium but a huge research centre and exhibition of sea life and all it's aspects, with huge tanks of fish and sea mammals.

Finistère offers 2,920 miles of waymarked footpaths for wonderful hikes in the very heart of nature. Broaden your knowledge of your favourite areas with the Topo-Guides for hikers. Packed with information, these guides provide you with everything you need to plan your hike.


Places to visit

Rambles on the coast

Selected restaurants

For more informations and ideas

Pictures on flickr

Place to visit: Brest castle

Founded in the 3rd century, Brest castle is a mediaeval fortress, finished in the 17th century. It was an essential protection for the town of Brest and its port. Having recently undergone extensive restoration, the fort gives an excellent impression of the fortified life of old Brest. The six-hectare site has also been restored to its natural condition and offers some great walking paths which lead to the Penfeld River.

http://www.mairie-brest.fr/brest/chateau_brest.htm (french)

Place to visit: Naval Museum of Brest

Situated inside the Brest castle, the Naval Museum is this superb collection of model ships, paintings and sculptures. Originally part of the Naval Museum of Paris, this collection was first established in 1748, making it the oldest naval museum in the world. The exhibition of naval ship models is unrivaled and illustrates the history of Richelieus arsenal and the French fleet at the height of its glory. From the Madeleine tower to the dungeons, the towers and small courtyards, the castle tour affords magnificent views over Brest harbour.

http://www.mairie-brest.fr/brest/musee_marine.htm (french)
http://www.musee-marine.fr/site/fr/histoire_chateau_brest (french)

Place to visit: Museum of Fine Arts

Like Brest itself, this museum and its paintings were destroyed by the bombings during the second world war in 1941. Rebuilt in 1964, this building has become a cornerstone of the new city. The museums collection contains European paintings from the 16th century onwards including many works from the regional Pont-Aven Post Impressionist School. The main attraction is its symbolist exhibition, considered one of the best in Europe.

http://www.mairie-brest.fr/brest/musee_beauxarts.htm (french)

Place to visit: Recouvrance bridge

The Recouvrance bridge across the river Penfeld has been opened on 17th July 1954. It was the largest vertical lift bridge in Europe from its construction until the opening of the Pont Gustave-Flaubert in 2008. It links the bottom of the rue de Siam to the quartier de Recouvrance, replacing a swing bridge (the pont National) destroyed by Allied bombardment in 1944.

http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pont_de_Recouvrance (french)

Place to visit: Albert Louppe bridge and Iroise bridge

The Albert Louppe Bridge, by the name of a General Council Chairman was completed in 1930, partially destroyed in 1944 and rebuilt in 1949. This one kilometer-long bridge, which set a world records with its continuons spans in reinforced concrete, could no longer tope with the heavy road traffic.

Replaced by the Iroise Bridge, located on its side, the Albert Louppe Bridge is now a place for walking, and front where you look down over the Elorn and the Brest harbour.

The Iroise Bridge, a table-stayed bridge with 2 x 2 ways, inaugurated on 12 July 1994, is a technical exploit. The deck is 800 m -2 624, 67 feet- long and there are 400 metres between two pylons. It was the longest span in the world when it was opened.

http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pont_Albert-Louppe (french)

Place to visit: Brest harbour

The Azénor company (localization) offers boat trips with commentary on the harbour of Brest. It is also possible to dine on board.

Other maritimes excursions:

Place to visit: Iroise sea

Come discover the Islands Ouessant and Molène aboard a boat whose bottom is fitted with large windows that allow visitors to discover the fauna and flora of the Iroise Sea.

gare Maritime
29217 Le Conquet


Rambles on the coast: from Trez-Hir beach to Saint Mathieu end

Suggested route


Rambles on the coast: from Trez-Hir beach to Petit Minou end

Suggested route


Rambles on the coast: from Blancs Sablons beach to Kermorvan peninsula

Suggested route


Rambles on the coast: from Abers area to the Sainte Marguerite sand dunes

Suggested route


Rambles on the coast: in Plougastel, at Tinduff port and at the Armorique end

Suggested route


Selected restaurants: l'Amirauté


Selected restaurants: la maison de l'Océan


Selected restaurants: le boeuf sur le quai


Selected restaurants: le Saint Ex


Selected restaurants:  L'Imaginaire


Selected restaurants: An Ty Coz


Selected restaurants: le Crabe Marteau


RTNS2016 > Social events

Social events

Wednesday Cocktail

The 19th of October, a cocktail will be organized near the conference location. This cocktail will be composed of Breton drinks and foods. It is then a good opportunity to discover Brittany. During this cocktail, you will also enjoy Celtic music from a local group: the rakish band, a Irish group … but Irish and Bretons share a very similar culture.

Oceanopolis Dinner

The 20th of October, the traditional RTNS dinner will be organized at «Oceanopolis», one of the largest French aquarium.

18:00 – 18:30

Welcome of the attendees at the Oceanopolis public entrance.

18:30 – 20:00

Guided visit (in english) of the two first pavilions, the polar pavilion and the temperate pavilion. The numerous aquariums in the temperate pavilion open windows to the rich Breton flora and fauna: the langoustines' burrow, seals, the rockface with its enormous bass, the Iroise Sea tank with ray, turbot and lobster… The polar pavilion takes you on a journey to discover Europe's largest penguin colony along with a real ice-floe inhabited by seals from the frozen north.

20:00 – 21:00

A drink will be offered in the tropical pavilion. The tropical pavilion shows species from both sides of the Equator, including all waters where the temperature remains above 20°C at all times. Comprising a total of 1700m3 of aquariums, the Tropical Pavilion illustrates the wide diversity of marine organisms, from sharks to live corals, not to mention numerous species of colorful fishes and invertebrates.

21:00 – 22:30

Finally, the diner will take place in the Oceanopolis restaurant called «Vent d’ouest».

RTNS2016 > Past Issues

Past Issues

RTNS 2015: Lille (France), PC chairs: Liliana Cucu-Grosjean (INRIA, Paris-Rocquencourt, FRANCE) and Nathan Fisher (Wayne State University, USA)

RTNS 2014: Versailles (France), PC chairs: Joel Goossens (ULB, Brussels, Belgium) and Claire Maiza (INP/Verimag, Grenoble, France)

RTNS 2013: Sophia Antipolis (France), PC chairs: Rob Davis (University of York, UK) and Emmanuel Grolleau (LIAS, Poitiers, France)

RTNS 2012: Pont à Mousson (France), PC chairs: Christine Rochange (University of Toulouse/IRIT, France) and Jim Andersson (University of North Carolina, USA)

RTNS 2011: Nantes (France), PC chairs: Alan Burns (University of York, UK) and Laurent George (Inria/AOSTE - UPEC/LISSI, France)

RTNS 2010: Toulouse (France), PC chairs: Sanjoy Baruah (University of North Carolina, USA) and Yves Sorel (Inria, Rocquencourt, France)

RTNS 2009: Paris (France), PC chairs: Maryline Chetto (IRCCyN, Nantes, France) and Mikael Sjödin (Mälardalen University, Sweden)

RTNS 2008: Rennes (France), PC chairs: Pascale Minet (Inria-Rocquencourt/Hipercom, France) and Giorgio Buttazzo (Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa, Italy)

RTNS 2007: Nancy (France), PC chair: Isabelle Puaut (University of Rennes/IRISA, France)

RTNS 2006: Poitiers (France), PC chair: Guy Juanole(LAAS, Toulouse, France) and Pascal Richard (LISI, Poitiers, France)

RTS 2005: Paris (France), PC chair: Nicolas Navet (LORIA, Nancy, France)

RTS 2004 : Paris (France),PC chair : Joël Goossens (University of Bruxelles, Belgium)

RTS 2001: Paris (France), PC chair: Zoubir Mammeri (IRIT, UPS Toulouse, France)

RTS 2000: Paris (France), Francis Cottet (LISI, ENSMA, Poitiers)

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