Computational Systems Seminar, Spring 2004
Department of Computer Sciences, University of Salzburg
Time, Location: Summer 2004, Techno-Z.
Brief Overview: What is the latest trend in operating system design? Is a virtual machine an efficient concept to multiplex hardware? How does a high-performance web server work? Is a multi-threading or an event-dispatching operating system or even a hybrid of the two the way to go? Why is real-time programming so difficult? Is synchronous reactive programming or traditional real-time scheduling the right model? If you are interested in these and other systems-related questions, sign up for the computational systems seminar. The seminar provides a unique opportunity to meet other students and discuss hot topics in systems research. Pick a research paper listed below (or propose some other recent paper), read and understand it, and then share your experience with the group.
Goals of the seminar: Learn how to read, understand, and present top research papers and their context.
Prerequisites: Background in basic programming language and operating system concepts.
Requirements: Each student selects a research paper, writes a 10-15 page survey of its research context, and gives a 45min presentation on the paper.
Restrictions: Seminar language is English.
Students and papers:
Organization: Christoph Kirsch