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OSPM Summit: The ReTiS Laboratory of the Sant'Anna School hosted the two days workshop about Scheduling and Power Management in the Linux kernel.

On April 3rd and 4th, the Real-Time Systems (ReTiS) laboratory of the Institute of Communication, Information and Perception Technologies (TeCIP) of the Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna hosted the first summit on scheduling and power management in the Linux kernel (OSPM).

The event has been the opportunity for kernel developers, industries, and academia to discuss the challenges and possible solutions to fruitfully exploit the capabilities of current and upcoming computing platforms. The attendance included guests from the major companies in the field, like ARM, Linaro, Intel, Google, and Red Hat.

It's possible to view all talks on the ReTiS channel on Youtube.

Tecnologie IndossabiliI: Il Laboratorio ReTiS al WTT 2016 di Torino

Il 18 e il 19 novembre 2016 il laboratorio di Sistemi Real-Time (ReTiS), parte dell’Istituto di Tecnologie della Comunicazione, dell’Informazione e della Percezione (TeCIP) della Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, partecipa al Wearable Tech Torino (WTT), la prima fiera dedicata alle tecnologie indossabili, ideata, gestita ed organizzata da studenti.

Programma dettagliato e maggiori informazioni sul sito ufficiale.

I droni del RETIS su TV Prato

Il RETIS Lab (Laboratorio di Sistemi Real Time) dell'Istituto di Tecnologie della Comunicazione, dell’Informazione e della Percezione (TeCIP) della Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna è stato scelto per una puntata della trasmissione "Il futuro in campagna" realizzata da TV Prato in collaborazione con la Regione Toscana in occasione di EXPO 2015.

Seminar on Holistic approach to energy saving in wireless networks of energy-hungry sensors

This talk will present energy saving techniques in battery powered wireless networks of energy ­hungry sensors, such as video cameras and gas sensors for smart surveillance applications. Power management is performed at three levels: sensor, node and network level.

Advanced Course on Multicore Scheduling and Timing Analysis

Multicore systems are currently not as efficient and time-predictable as single cores computers, requiring novel real-time scheduling algorithms and analysis to bridge the gap. This seminar series touches on some of those problems.

Advanced Course on Real-Time Workload Models with Efficient Analysis

Workload models of hard real-time systems allow to describe task activations at different levels of expressiveness, ranging from traditional periodic models to sophisticated graph-based ones. An inherent conflict arises between the expressiveness and analysis efficiency of task models. Higher expressiveness allows higher modeling accuracy but comes at the price of higher computational complexity of corresponding analysis methods.

Workshop on Real-Time Scheduling in the Linux Kernel (RTS-LIKE)

As the new scheduling class SCHED_DEADLINE entered the Linux kernel, new opportunities are available to time-sensitive applications on Linux.
The RTS-LIKE workshop aims at establishing a fruitful and open forum between Linux kernel developers and real-time researchers.
The workshop program is composed by both talks on real-time scheduling issues and presentations by real-time applications programmers, reporting their experiences and use-cases.

Website: http://retis.sssup.it/rts-like/

Course on Research Challenges in Healthcare

Patients in the intensive care unit (ICU) are exposed to multiple potentially critical complications such as delirium, acute lung injury, acute renal failure, and sepsis. Those who suffered critical complications and survived often require costly long term care. Early detection and timely intervention is the key to prevent and treat complications. That is, acute care is a cyber-physical-human real-time system. The current doctors-in-the-loop system is in fact too slow for many acute care needs. The course includes 4 lectures.

Seminar on Provably good scheduling for parallel programs

This talk will present recent research on scheduling algorithms that provide provable guarantees on the performance of parallel programs that they schedule.

SCHED_DEADLINE in mainline

A few weeks ago, the scheduler went into the mainline Linux kernel. Here is one announcement. Many thanks first of all to Peter Zjilstra who has always supported this idea; and to Thomas Gleixner for his initial help and support all along the way. Also, many thanks to all the people that have contributed to its development: Michael Trimarchi, Claudio Scordino, Fabio Checconi, Luca Abeni, Dario Faggioli and Juri Lelli.

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