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ACM SIGBED is a focal point within the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) for all aspects of embedded computing systems and cyber-physical systems, including both software and hardware.

Embedded systems is recognized as a key discipline, which includes new computer and systems science foundations, new design technology, and new hardware and software frameworks. SIGBED sponsors major scientific events such as ESWEEK and CPSWEEK. Members of the SIGBED community serve on the editorial boards of ACM Transactions on Embedded Computing Systems, ACM Transactions on Cyber-Physical Systems, ACM Transactions on Sensor Networks, and ACM Transactions on Design Automation of Electronic Systems.

LATEST UPDATES

No Safety without (Cyber-)Security! --- by Gernot Heiser @GernotHeiser. The approach to build safety-critical systems is skewed toward more features, leaving cyber-security as an after-thought. Is that a good idea? Read the full post on the SIGBED Blog: https://sigbed.org/2020/11/05/no-safety-without-cyber-security/

Analyzing Expensive Real-Time Task Models Inexpensively --- by Nan Guan @NAN_GUAN_HK. Can we develop efficient analysis framework for complex real-time task systems defined through models with high expressiveness? Read the full post on the SIGBED Blog: https://sigbed.org/2020/10/05/analyzing-expensive-model-inexpensively/

CONGRATS to Adeola Bannis: the 2020 recipient of the ACM SIGBED Frank Anger Memorial Award. Her contribution to the area of embodied robotics is a stark example of inspiring cross-disciplinary research. Check out her profile: https://www.thecodemaiden.com/
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UPCOMING EVENTS

IN THE SPOTLIGHT

How I ended up in the ACM SRC grand finals

My PhD research project targeted publications in leading bioinformatics and science journals. I was very keen to witness a mainstream computer science conference since I had never been to one.…

Liu and Layland and Linux: A Blueprint for “Proper” Real-Time Tasks

I think it’s fun to see this diversity also reflected in the SIGBED Blog. So for a change of pace, today I wanted to have a look at something a…

Time-predictable hardware acceleration: we should not overlook FPGA-based SoC

“The Conference is Dead! Long live the Conference!” AKA The Case for Changing the Current Conference Submission Model in Real-time and Embedded Systems | Part II

SIGBED Frank Anger Memorial Award 2020

The Frank Anger Memorial Award is a student award in the name of late Dr. Frank Anger to promote cross-disciplinary research between embedded systems and software engineering. SIGBED solicits applications…

“The Conference is Dead! Long live the Conference!” AKA The Case for Changing the Current Conference Submission Model in Real-time and Embedded Systems | Part I

Closing the gap between industry and research: Industrial challenges proposed by Bosch

Safety-Critical Neural Networks

Open Calls

CACM Research Highlights Nominations

The SIGBED Research Highlights Nomination (RHN) sub-committee selects papers for consideration in the Communications of the ACM (CACM) Research Highlights…