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Call for Papers: Real-time and Embedded Systems Forum

Aug 24, 2000 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive — views

You're invited to participate in the Real-time and Embedded Systems Forum in San Jose in February 2001. This two-day meeting is designed to bring together leading vendors of Real-time and Embedded Systems with corporate and government customers.

The Meeting Format Includes one day of plenary sessions, followed by a day of closed working group sessions. This call for papers is for the open plenary day, which comprises a series of 45 or 90-minute General Session presentations, followed off by a panel session of the speakers.

General Sessions consist of either approximately 30 or 60 minutes of presentation and 15 minutes of Q&A. Proposals for General Sessions may include panels. We are looking for talks or panels that cover real-time and embedded systems, including the following topics:

  • Conformance testing of Real-time Profiles
  • Real-time Application Interfaces
  • CORBA Real-time
  • Real-time Java
  • Real-time Linux
  • Embedded Linux
  • New real-time APIs
  • Uniform Driver Interface
Please see the submission requirements below for General Session proposals. If the proposal is for a Panel Session, please submit contact and biographical information for each panelist.

Please note: all speakers are required to provide handout materials!

Submission Requirements

Please submit your proposal by completing the Call for Papers form found here.

Receipt of all proposals will be acknowledged via email. All proposals are due no later then September 25, 2000. Notification of acceptance of proposals will be sent to all by the end of October. Email is the preferred form of contact with all submitters. Please indicate if you require something else.

If you should have any questions regarding the February Real-time and Embedded Systems Forum please contact Andrew Josey, The Open Group, [email protected].

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