EMSOFT is an annual ACM Conference on Embedded Systems Software sponsored by ACM SigBED (Special Interest Group on Embedded Systems). The purpose of the conference is to bring together researchers and developers from academia, industry, and government to advance the science, engineering, and technology in embedded software development.
EMSOFT was started in 2001. The previous conferences were held in Lake Tahoe, USA (2001), Grenoble, France (2002), Philadelphia, USA (2003), Pisa, Italy (2004), Jersey City, USA (2005), and Seoul, South Korea (2006).
EMSOFT07 will be held in Salzburg, Austria, Oct. 1 – Oct. 3, 2007, within the Embedded Systems Week (Sept. 30 – Oct. 5), which contains three leading research conferences in embedded computing, all located at the same site: CASES, CODES+ISSS and EMSOFT. In addition, there will be a number of workshops affiliated with the main conferences.
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):
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- 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