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-        18th Real Time Linux Workshop +**18th Real Time Linux Workshop\\  
-                     ​and +and\\  
-          7th Real Time Linux Summit +7th Real Time Linux Summit\\  
-             ​October 19 to 21, 2017 +October 19 to 21, 2017\\  
-        Faculty of Electrical Engineering+Faculty of Electrical Engineering\\ 
 Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic
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-Following the meetings of academics, developers and users of real-time and embedded Linux at the previous 17 real-time Linux workshops held world-wide - the  Real-Time Linux Workshop for 2017 will come back to  +Following the meetings of academics, developers and users of real-time and embedded Linux at the previous 17 real-time Linux workshops held world-wide - the  Real-Time Linux Workshop for 2017 will come back to the Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic, and is held from October ​19th to 20th, 2017 followed by the [[realtime:​events:​rt-summit2017:​start|Real-Time Linux Summit 2017]], a discussion focused single track event on October 21st.
-the Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic ​will be held from October ​19 to 21, 2017.+
  
 Real Time systems have evolved over the past decades in a relatively calm manner - performance has increased, one can say dramatically,​ but the  main  paradigms ​ were  pretty ​ stable since the mid 80s. This has changed ​ now.  With  the  real-time ​ PREEMPT_RT ​ patch set moving into mainline there  is nothing left to do - all  problems solved... or not quite yet. Real Time systems have evolved over the past decades in a relatively calm manner - performance has increased, one can say dramatically,​ but the  main  paradigms ​ were  pretty ​ stable since the mid 80s. This has changed ​ now.  With  the  real-time ​ PREEMPT_RT ​ patch set moving into mainline there  is nothing left to do - all  problems solved... or not quite yet.
  
-Developing a rigorous theory is important - relating these to reality is equally important. This is where  ​CTUs research group has much experience to offer. The focus on system properties be it real-time or   ​security and extending this into functional safety in the past years,form a good background for hosting this gathering of real-life systems developers.+Developing a rigorous theory is important - relating these to reality is equally important. This is where  ​CTU'​s ​research group has much experience to offer. The focus on system properties be it real-time or security and extending this into functional safety in the past years,form a good background for hosting this gathering of real-life systems developers.
  
-Research interests of our host, Prof. Hanzalek and his group, ​focusses ​among others, on: +Research interests of our host, Prof. Hanzalek and his group, ​focus, ​among others, on: 
-  * Real-time networking ​algorithms +  * Real-time ​systems and networking 
-  * Real-time systems+  * Combinatorial optimization and time-triggered scheduling 
 +  * Autonomous cars and other automotive applications
   * Open-source (not "​only"​ GNU/Linux)   * Open-source (not "​only"​ GNU/Linux)
  
-FLOSS in embedded systems is well established,​ ranging from consumer electronics to network devices and  increasingly industrial applications including safety related systems. ​ The technological resources ​  ​suitable for high-availability,​ real-time, and safety critical systems have been continuously expanding and improving - allowing to cover the entire development life cycle of industrial projects based on Open-Source tools.+FLOSS in embedded systems is well established,​ ranging from consumer electronics to network devices and increasingly industrial applications including safety related systems. ​ The technological resources suitable for high-availability,​ real-time, and safety critical systems have been continuously expanding and improving - allowing to cover the entire development life cycle of industrial projects based on Open-Source tools.
  
-At the core of this development is the availability of stable operating systems with reliable real-time properties. ​ Extending and improving these real-time properties of open-source RTOS is continuous ​   research and development effort that OSADL documents in the form of the  annual ​ Real Time Linux Workshop together with LinuxFoundations ​annual Real-Time Summit.+At the core of this development is the availability of stable operating systems with reliable real-time properties. ​ Extending and improving these real-time properties of open-source RTOS is continuous research and development effort that OSADL documents in the form of the  annual ​ Real Time Linux Workshop together with Linux Foundation'​s ​annual Real-Time ​Linux Summit.
  
-Authors from regulatory bodies, academics, industry as well as the user-community are invited to submit original work dealing with general topics related to open-source and free-software based real-time systems research, experiments and case studies, as well as issues of integration of open-source real-time and embedded OS. A  special focus will be on industrial case studies and safety related systems.+The below call for paper exclusively refers to the Real Time Linux Workshop. The Real-Time Linux Summit is an add-on event to RTLWS held on Oct. 21st, focused on the real-time preemption patch set and the activities around it, which has a separate [[realtime:​events:​rt-summit2017:​cfp|Call for Presentations]]. 
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 +Authors from regulatory bodies, academics, industry as well as the user-community are invited to submit original work dealing with general topics related to open-source and free-software based real-time systems research, experiments and case studies, as well as issues of integration of open-source real-time and embedded OS. A special focus will be on industrial case studies and safety related systems.
  
 Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
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   * Real-time and virtualization   * Real-time and virtualization
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-Further information on RTLWS/RT-Summit: ​[[realtime:events:​rtlws2017:​start|RTLWS 2017]]+We invite you to either submit an abstract as proposal for a Work-in-Progress (WiP) or an abstract as proposal for a full paper. Authors of WiP presentations will get the opportunity to present their work in a 30-minute talk, authors of a full paper will be awarded with a 60-minute time slot. When submitting an abstract as proposal for a full paper authors confirm that they are willing to prepare a paper adhering to the form defined by the [[https://​www.osadl.org/​paper.tgz|paper template]] upon acceptance of the proposal and to submit it meeting the paper submission deadline given below. A detailed ​ description of the editing and formatting process will be provided along with the acceptance notification email. The full paper will be included in the RTLWS18 proceedings.
  
-We invite you to either submit an abstract as proposal for a Work-in-Progress(WiP) presentation or a full paper for our full paper track. WiP presentations will get the  opportunity to present their work in a 30min. talk, authors of a full paper will be awarded with 1h time-slot. +__Important dates__
- +
-__WIP presentations__+
  
   * June 2, 2017 Abstract submission deadline   * June 2, 2017 Abstract submission deadline
-  * July 14, 2017 Notification of WIP presentation ​acceptance +  * July 14, 2017 Notification of acceptance 
-  * October ​20-21, 2017 Workshop+  * October ​6, 2017, Final paper submission deadline (full paper proposals)
  
-__Full paper track__+Please submit your abstract proposal using the [[https://​www.osadl.org/​RTLWS-Submission|submission page]]
  
-  * June 2, 2017 Paper submission deadline +Further information on RTLWS/​RT-Summit:​ [[realtime:​events:​rtlws2017:​start|RTLWS ​2017]]
-  * September 29, 2017 Notification of paper acceptance +
-  * October 6, 2017, final paper submission+
  
 __Organization committee__ __Organization committee__
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   * Andreas Platschek, OpenTech EDV Research, Austria   * Andreas Platschek, OpenTech EDV Research, Austria
   * Nicholas Mc Guire, Lanzhou University, China   * Nicholas Mc Guire, Lanzhou University, China
-  * Thomas Gleixner, ​Linutronix GmbH, Germany+  * Thomas Gleixner, ​Linux Foundation RTL Collaborative Project lead
  
 __Program committee__ __Program committee__
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 __Workshop organizers__ __Workshop organizers__
-  * Open Source Automation Development LabOSADL  +  * Open Source Automation Development Lab (OSADL) 
-  * Linux Foundation, RTL collaborative project, LF +  * The RTL Collaborative Project of the Linux Foundation 
-  * Faculty of Electrical Engineering Czech Technical University ​in Prague Prague, Czech Republic+  * Faculty of Electrical Engineering ​at Czech Technical University
  
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