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Ninth real-time Linux Workshop calls for papers

Jul 12, 2007 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive — views

The Real-time Linux Workshop has issued a call for papers for its ninth annual event, set for Nov. 2-4 in Linz, Austria. This year's event has a special focus on industrial case studies, but authors are invited to submit original work on a range of topics related to real-time Linux.

Specific suggested topics include:

  • Modifications and variants of the GNU/Linux operating system extending its real-time capabilities
  • Contributions to real-time Linux variants, drivers, and extensions.
  • User-mode real-time concepts, implementation, and experience
  • Real-time Linux applications in academia, research, and industry
  • Real-time Linux in measurement and data-aquisition systems
  • Signal processing with Linux/real-time Linux
  • Work in progress reports, covering recent developments
  • Educational material on real-time Linux
  • Tools for embedding Linux or real-time Linux and embedded real-time Linux applications
  • RTOS core concepts and RT-safe synchronization mechanisms
  • Analysis and benchmarking methods, and results of real-time GNU/Linux variants
  • Debugging techniques and tools, both for code and temporal debugging of core RTOS components, drivers, and real-time applications
  • Real-time related extensions to development environments
  • RT-Linux in safety-critical systems

Proposals are due Aug. 11, with notifications going out Sep. 15. Final papers are due Oct. 13.

The Real-Time Linux Workshop is co-located this year with the first-ever European CELF conference, Nov. 2-3. Both events take place at Johannes Kepler University (JKU) in Linz, Austria.

The Workshop is organized by Prof. Bernhard Zagar of JKU, Dr. Peter Wurmsdobler of the Real-time Linux Foundation, and by Lanzhou Univeriversity Professors Li Lian and Nicholas McGuire. Additional details are here.

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