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13th Real-Time Linux Workshop from October 20 to 22 at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague

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October 20 to 22, 2011
Faculty of Electrical Engineering
Technická 2
2nd and 3rd floor
Czech Technical University in Prague
Prague
Czech Republic
(GPS 50°6'8.892"N, 14°23'33.654"E)

Overview

Thursday, October 20, 2011

8.00 am - 9.00 am Registration
9.40 am - 6.40 pm Free Papers I - IV, see Time Table below

Friday, October 21, 2011

8.30 am - 9.30 am Registration

Saturday, October 22, 2011

8.30 am - 9.40 am Registration

Time Table

Thursday, October 20, 2011

   8.00 am -   9.00 am 

Registration (2nd floor, on front of room 209)

   9.00 am -   9.40 am 

Plenary Opening Session, Welcome Notes (Room 209)

   9.40 am - 12.40 am 

Free Papers I (Room 209)

Free Papers II (Room 309)

   9.40 am - 10.20 am 

Realtime Suite: a step-by-step introduction to the world of real-time signal acquisition and conditioning, Alberto Guiggiani

The Witch Navigator A Software GNSS Receiver Built on Real-Time Linux, Petr Kacmarik

 10.20 am - 11.00 am 

A Nonlinear Model-Based Control realized with an Open Framework for Educational Purposes, Klaus Weichinger

A Status Report on REACT, a Control Engine that runs on top of GNU/Linux for Creating SCADA and DCS Systems, Don W. Carr

 11.00 am - 11.20 am 

Coffee Break

 11.20 am - 12.00 am 

Evaluation of RT-Linux on different hardware platforms for the use in industrial machinery control, Thomas Gusenleitner

Process Data Connection Channels in uLan Network for Home Automation and Other Distributed Applications, Pavel Píša

 12.00 am - 12.40 pm 

High-speed Inter-Process Communication based on Shared Cache, Chenggang Qin

Evaluation of embedded virtualization on real-time Linux for industrial control system, Pradyumna Sampath

 12.40 pm -  2.00 pm 

Lunch Break

   2.00 pm -   6.40 pm 

Free Papers III (Room 209)

Free Papers IV (Room 309)

   2.00 pm -   2.40 pm 

Turning Krieger's MCS Lock into a Send Queue or, a Case for Reusing Clever, Mostly Lock-Free Code in a Different Area, Benjamin Engel

Development of a low cost profile measurement system using a CD pickup head and RTAI Linux, Gregor Gerstorfer

   2.40 pm -   3.20 pm 

Dynamic Memory Allocation on Real-Time Linux, Jianping Shen

Platform independent remote control and data exchange with real-time targets on the example of a rheometer system, Martin Leonhartsberger

   3.20 pm -   3.40 pm 

Coffee Break

   3.40 pm -   4.20 pm 

pW/CS - Probabilistic Write / Copy-Select (Locks), Nicholas Mc Guire

Generic User-Level PCI Drivers, Hannes Weisbach

   4.20 pm -   5.00 pm 

On the implementation of real-time slot-based task-splitting scheduling algorithms for multi-processor systems, Paulo Baltarejo Sousa

COMEDI and UIO drivers for PCI Multifunction Data Acquisition and Generic I/O Cards
and Their QEMU Virtual Hardware Equivalents
, Pavel Píša

   5.00 pm -   5.20 pm 

Coffee Break

   5.20 pm -   6.00 pm 

Experience with Sporadic Server Scheduling in Linux: Theory vs. Practice, Mark J. Stanovich

A Framework for Component-Based Real-Time Control Applications, Stefan Richter

   6.00 pm -   6.40 pm 

How to cope with the negative impact of a processors energy-saving features on real-time capabilities?, Carsten Emde

Using GNU/Linux and other Free Software for Remote Data Collection, Analysis and Control of Silos in Mexico, Don W. Carr