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2011-02-20 12:00 Age: 13 Years

RTLWS13: Call for Papers

By: Carsten Emde

The Czech Technical University in Prague invites you to submit a paper to be presented at the 13th Real Time Linux Workshop

 Following the meetings of academics, developers and users of real-time and embedded Linux at the previous 12 real-time Linux workshops held world-wide (Vienna, Orlando, Milano, Boston, Valencia, Singapore, Lille, Lanzhou, Linz, Guadalajara, Dresden and Nairobi), the Real-Time Linux Workshop for 2011 will come to the Czech Technical University in Prague, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Dept. of Control Engineering - academic OSADL member since 2008. The workshop will be held from October 20 to 22. The OSADL Real Time Linux Foundation Working Group gratefully acknowledges the readiness of Michal Sojka, Pavel Píša and Petr Hodač to be part of the local RTLWS13 organization team.


Embedded and real-time Linux are gaining traction in consumer electronics and in industrial computing in breath-taking speed. Linux runs a wide range of industrial applications including real-time and safety-related systems. And the best is that everyone on earth has access to this unparalleled pool of Open Source software as long as he or she has access to the Internet. Nevertheless, this access is by no means one-way - the return paths are from providing bug reports, additions and ideas for enhancements and, finally, the very important mechanism of peer review that makes Linux, and particularly real-time Linux, as stable and innovative as it is.

In addition to sending patches and providing feedback via Internet, direct mutual exchange between field engineers, system integrators, and project managers, and hardware, driver, board support package and kernel developers is needed. The Real Time Linux Workshop is successfully serving this purpose since more than 10 years. We are looking forward to meeting each other at another great Real Time Linux Workshop - this time in Prague, Czech Republic.

Call for papers

Please refer to the RTLWS13 Home page for a complete call for papers and more details about the location, the organizers and the members of the program committee. There is also a plain ASCII version of the call for papers at that is suitable for emails and news groups.

Abstract submission

Please use this on-line form to submit abstracts to be presented at the workshop.

Workshop registration

Please use this on-line form to register for participation at the workshop.

Get even more out of your Prague visit

The 13th Real Time Linux Workshop is leading off a whole wealth of important Linux related summits, conferences and workshops to be held in Prague in October 2011:

Could travel expenses ever be better invested than going to Prague at these dates?