TALKS

CHRISTOPH M. KIRSCH
ck@cs.uni-salzburg.at
www.cs.uni-salzburg.at/~ck

INVITED TALKS

  1. Design versus Performance: From Giotto via the Embedded Machine to Selfie, ACM SIGPLAN/SIGBED Conference on Languages, Compilers, and Tools for Embedded Systems (LCTES), Barcelona, Spain, June 2017. Click here for PDF file.
  2. Scalloc: From Relaxed Concurrent Data Structures to the Fastest Multicore-Scalable Memory Allocator, International Conference on Networked Systems (NETYS), Agadir, Morocco, May 2015. Click here for PDF file.
  3. Concurrent Data Structures: Fast but Relaxed versus Strict but Slow Semantics, International Workshop on the Chemistry of Concurrent and Distributed Programming (CCDP), Agadir, Morocco, May 2015. Click here for PDF file.
  4. Distributed Queues in Shared Memory—Multicore Performance and Scalability through Quantitative Relaxation, ACM Computing Frontiers, Ischia, Italy, May 2013. Click here for PDF file.
  5. Inexact Software Is the Solution, CASA Workshop, Tampere, Finland, October 2012. Click here for PDF file.
  6. Incorrect Systems: It’s not the Problem, It’s the Solution, EC2 Workshop, Berkeley, California, July 2012. Click here for PDF file.
  7. Incorrect Systems: It’s not the Problem, It’s the Solution, Austrian Computer Science Day, University of Vienna, Austria, June 2012. Click here for PDF file.
  8. Virtualizing Time, Space, and Power for Cyber-Physical Cloud Computing, ARTIST Workshop on Rigorous Embedded Design, Salzburg, Austria, April 2011. Click here for PDF file.
  9. Short-term Memory for Self-collecting Mutators: Towards Time- and Space-predictable Virtualization, Computer Science Symposium, IST Austria, Klosterneuburg, Austria, May 2010. Click here for PDF file.
  10. Tiptoe: A Compositional Real-Time Operating System (Memory Management), ARTIST Workshop on Foundations and Applications of Component-Based Design, Salzburg, Austria, September 2007. Click here for PDF file.
  11. Trends and Challenges in Embedded Systems Research, Österreichische Forschungsförderungsgesellschaft (FFG), Vienna, Austria, May, 2007. Click here for PDF file.
  12. Shaping Process Semantics (and the JAviator: A Flying MoCC Laboratory), ARTIST Workshop on Models of Computation and Communication, Zürich, Switzerland, November 2006. Click here for PDF file
  13. Shaping Process Semantics, Monterey Workshop on Composition of Embedded Systems: Scientific and Industrial Issues, Paris, France, October 2006. Click here for PDF file.
  14. Threading by Appointment, Monterey Workshop on Software Engineering Tools: Compatibility and Integration, Vienna, Austria, October 2004. Click here for PDF file.
  15. Embedded Systems Frontiers, Bundesministerium für Verkehr, Innovation und Technologie, Vienna, Austria, July 2003. Click here for PDF file.
  16. Principles of Real-Time Programming, Second International Workshop on Embedded Software (EMSOFT), Grenoble, France, October 2002. Click here for PDF file.

PANELS

  1. Looking at Past Data to Improve the Future, Embedded Systems Week, Montreal, Canada, October 2013.
  2. Vehicular Wireless Networks: What should the future hold?, International Symposium on Wireless Vehicular Communications (WiVeC), San Francisco, California, September 2011.
  3. Collaboration and Virtualization in Cyber-Physical Systems, CPS Forum, Cyber-Physical Systems Week, San Francisco, California, April 2009. Click here for PDF file

COLLOQUIA

  1. Time-Portable Programming the JAviator in Tiptoe OS, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, UC Riverside, California, October 2008. Click here for PDF file.
  2. Tiptoe: A Compositional Real-Time Operating System (Memory Management), Center for Embedded Computer Systems, UC Irvine, California, March 2008. Click here for PDF file.

SCHOOLS

  1. Scal, Scalloc, and Selfie: Fast Multicore-Scalable Concurrent Data Structures and Memory Management, and Educational Self-referential Systems Software, UPMARC Summer School on Multicore Computing, Uppsala, Sweden, June 2016. Click here for PDF file.
  2. Design of Concurrent and Distributed Data Structures, International Spring School on Distributed Systems (METIS), Agadir, Morocco, May 2015. Click here for PDF file.
  3. Virtualizing Time, Space, and Power for Cyber-Physical Cloud Computing, Georgia Tech Summer School on Cyber-Physical Systems, Atlanta, Georgia, USA, June, 2011. Click here for PDF file.
  4. Explicit, Dynamic Memory Management with Temporal and Spatial Guarantees, ARTIST Summer School on Embedded Systems Design, Buenos Aires, Argentina, August 2009. Click here for PDF file.
  5. Explicit, Dynamic Memory Management with Temporal and Spatial Guarantees, ARTIST Summer School on Embedded Systems Design, Beijing, China, July 2009. Click here for PDF file.
  6. Designing a Compositional Real-Time Operating System, ARTIST Summer School on Embedded Systems Design, Shanghai, China, July 2008. Click here for PDF file.
  7. From Control Models to Real-Time Code Using Giotto, Summer School on Embedded Systems (EmSys), Salzburg, Austria, June 2003. Click here for PDF file.
  8. Principles of Real-Time Programming, Summer School on Embedded Systems (EmSys), Salzburg, Austria, June 2003. Click here for PDF file.

TUTORIAL

  1. The Logical Execution Time Paradigm, Tutorials on Time-Predictable and Composable Architectures for Dependable Embedded Systems, ESWEEK, Taipei, Taiwan, October 2011. Click here for PDF file.

SEMINARS

  1. Selfie: Sandboxed Concurrency, Research Seminar on Open Problems in Concurrency Theory (OPCT), IST Austria, Klosterneuburg, Austria, June 2017. Click here for PDF file.
  2. Selfie: What is the Difference between Emulation and Virtualization?, ETH Zurich, Switzerland, March 2017. Click here for PDF file.
  3. Teaching Computer Science Through Self-Referentiality, Helmut Veith Memorial Workshop, Obergurgl, Austria, February 2017. Click here for PDF file.
  4. Teaching Computer Science Through Self-Referentiality, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong, China, January 2017. Click here for PDF file.
  5. Scal, Scalloc, and Selfie, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia, December 2016. Click here for PDF file.
  6. Scal, Scalloc, and Selfie, Australien National University and DATA61, Canberra, Australia, December 2016. Click here for PDF file.
  7. Scal, Scalloc, and Selfie, University of New South Wales and DATA61, Sydney, Australia, November 2016. Click here for PDF file.
  8. Scal, Scalloc, and Selfie, IST Austria, Klosterneuburg, Austria, September 2016. Click here for PDF file.
  9. Scal, Scalloc, and Selfie, Northeastern University, Boston, Massachusetts, November 2015. Click here for PDF file.
  10. Distributed Queues: Faster Pools and Better Queues, Oracle, Belmont, California, December 2012. Click here for PDF file.
  11. Distributed Queues: Faster Pools and Better Queues, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, December 2012. Click here for PDF file.
  12. Incorrect Systems: It’s not the Problem, It’s the Solution, DREAMS Seminar, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, California, July 2012. Click here for PDF file.
  13. The Next Frontier of Cloud Computing is in the Clouds, Literally, AI-Systems-Robotics Seminar, CS Department, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, February 2011. Click here for PDF file.
  14. The Next Frontier of Cloud Computing is in the Clouds, Literally, CS Department, UC Davis, Davis, California, February 2011. Click here for PDF file.
  15. ScalA: Non-Linearizable Computing Breaks the Scalability Barrier, Center for Hybrid and Embedded Software Systems, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, California, November 2010. Click here for PDF file.
  16. Short-term Memory for Self-collecting Mutators, Center for Hybrid and Embedded Software Systems, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, California, September 2010. Click here for PDF file.
  17. The Next Frontier of Cloud Computing is in the Clouds, Literally, Google Tech Talk, Mountain View, California, September 2010. Click here for PDF file.
  18. Short-term Memory for Self-collecting Mutators, CSAIL, MIT, Boston, Massachusetts, May 2010. Click here for PDF file.
  19. Distributed, Modular HTL, Department of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, Technical University of Munich, Munich, Germany, June 2009. Click here for PDF file.
  20. Time-Portable Programming the JAviator in the Tiptoe VM, Center for Hybrid and Embedded Software Systems, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, California, January 2009. Click here for PDF file.
  21. The JAviator: Time-Portable Programming in Java and C, Hitachi Global Storage Technologies, San Jose, California, September 2008. Click here for PDF file.
  22. The JAviator: Time-Portable Programming in Java, Sun Microsystems, Palo Alto, California, September 2008. Click here for PDF file.
  23. Tiptoe: A Compositional Real-Time Operating System (Process Model and Scheduler), EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland, May 2008. Click here for PDF file.
  24. Tiptoe: A Compositional Real-Time Operating System (Process Model and Scheduler), ETHZ, Zürich, Switzerland, May 2008. Click here for PDF file.
  25. Tiptoe: A Compositional Real-Time Operating System (Memory Management), IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, Hawthorne, New York, September 2007. Click here for PDF file.
  26. Time-Portable Real-Time Programming with Exotasks, Center for Hybrid and Embedded Software Systems, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, California, February 2007. Click here for PDF file.
  27. An Introduction to Logical Execution Time Programming, Center for Collaborative Control of Unmanned Vehicles, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, California, September 2006. Click here for PDF file.
  28. High-Level Programming of Real-Time Software Systems, University of Lugano, Lugano, Switzerland, March 2006. Click here for PDF file.
  29. The JAviator Project, Center for Hybrid and Embedded Software Systems, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, California, February 2006. Click here for PDF file.
  30. High-Level Programming of Real-Time and Concurrent Software Systems, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, December 2005. Click here for PDF file.
  31. Traffic Shaping System Calls Using Threading by Appointment, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, California, September 2005. Click here for PDF file.
  32. Traffic Shaping System Calls Using Threading by Appointment, UCLA, Los Angeles, California, August 2005. Click here for PDF file.
  33. The Embedded Machine: Status and Future Directions, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, Hawthorne, New York, March 2005. Click here for PDF file.
  34. Threading by Appointment, Center for Collaborative Control of Unmanned Vehicles, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, California, February 2005. Click here for PDF file.
  35. Real-Time Programming Based on Schedule-Carrying Code, McGill University, Montreal, Canada, January, 2004. Click here for PDF file.
  36. The Embedded Machine: Predictable, Portable Real-Time Code, Verimag, Grenoble, France, November 2001. Click here for PDF file.
  37. Giotto: A Time-triggered Language for Embedded Programming, Honeywell, Minneapolis, Minnesota, September 2001. Click here for PDF file.
  38. Embedded Control Systems Development with Giotto, Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, November 2000. Click here for PDF file.