Program for Eleventh Real-Time Linux Workshop

Aug 10, 2009

The Open Source Automation Development Lab (OSADL) invites participants to the Real-Time Linux Foundation Workshop from September 28 through 30 in Dresden, Germany. Well-known names such as Jonathan Corbet will be present.

The three-day conference at the Technical University in Dresden is divided into a number of program tracks. In the "Community Developers Track" on Tuesday, kernel and real-time Linux veterans such as Jonathan Corbet, Paul McKenney and Darren Heart from IBM will speak. Next to them will be security expert Nicholas Mc Guire from the Lanzhou University in China, kernel developer Thoma Gleixner from Linuxtronix in Germany, and Ftrace maintainer Steven Rostedt of Red Hat.

The "Free Papers" sessions on Monday and Wednesday will include classic presentations from participants responding to the call for papers. Talks include ones on virtualization on real-time Linux, open systems and implementation in real-time and "Problems regarding teaching Linux programming for Industrial realtime programmers." Cost-based workshops will take place Monday and Wednesday parallel to the free talks. Registration fees are on a sliding scale, with 16 Euro for students, 32 Euro for sponsors, 64 Euro for other individuals and 256 Euro for businesses. Sponsors include Intel and the Secunet security consulting firm. The previous RTLWS took place in Colotlán, Mexico in 2008. Program details, abstracts and hotel tips for the eleventh event are on the OSADL webpage.

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