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From: Juri Lelli <>
Cc: Tommaso Cucinotta <>,
	Juri Lelli <>,
	Daniel Bristot de Oliveira <>,
	Lorenzo Pieralisi <>,
	Daniel Lezcano <>,
	Georges Da Costa <>
Subject: [ANNOUNCE][CFP] Power Management and Scheduling in the Linux Kernel VI edition (OSPM-summit 2024)
Date: Thu, 25 Jan 2024 11:35:26 +0000	[thread overview]
Message-ID: <ZbJHfiWnujLz2Pfm@localhost.localdomain> (raw)

Power Management and Scheduling in the Linux Kernel (OSPM-summit) VI

May 30-31, 2024
Institut de Recherche en Informatique de Toulouse
Toulouse, France



OSPM is moving to France!

The VI edition of the Power Management and Scheduling in the Linux
Kernel (OSPM) summit aims at fostering discussions on power management
and (real-time) scheduling techniques. Summit will be held in Toulouse
(France) on May 30-31, 2024.

We welcome anybody interested in having discussions on the broad scope
of scheduler techniques for reducing energy consumption while meeting
performance and latency requirements, real-time systems, real-time and
non-real-time scheduling, tooling, debugging and tracing.

Feel free to take a look at what happened previous years:

 I   edition -
 II  edition -
 III edition -
 IV  edition - (online)
 V   edition -


The summit is organized to cover two days of discussions and talks.

The list of topics of interest includes (but it is not limited to):

 * Power management techniques
 * Scheduling techniques (real-time and non real-time)
 * Energy consumption and CPU capacity aware scheduling
 * Real-time virtualization
 * Mobile/Server power management real-world use cases (successes and
 * Power management and scheduling tooling (configuration, integration,
   testing, etc.)
 * Tracing
 * Recap/lightning talks

Presentations (50 min) can cover recently developed technologies,
ongoing work and new ideas. Please understand that this workshop is not
intended for presenting sales and marketing pitches.


Attending the OSPM-summit is free of charge, but registration to the
event is mandatory. The event can allow a maximum of 50 people (so, be
sure to register early!).

Registrations open on February 26th, 2024.
To register fill in the registration form available at

While it is not strictly required to submit a topic/presentation (see
below), registrations with a topic/presentation proposal will take


To submit a topic/presentation add its details to this list:

Or, if you prefer, simply reply (only to me, please :) to this email

- name/surname
- affiliation
- short bio
- email address
- title
- abstract

Deadline for submitting topics/presentations is 19th of February 2024.
Notifications for accepted topics/presentations will be sent out 26th of
February 2024.


The workshop will take place at IRIT [1], University of Toulouse [2],

The workshop venue is accessible [3] from downtown, where you can find
most of the hotels/accommodations suggested below, by metro (line B) in
30 minutes [4]. You can reach IRIT by the metro B (approx one every 2
minutes in rush hours) or by bus (several lines, between 40 and 60
minutes depending on the line and the traffic). Several buses arrive at
the metro station of the university. A map of the city center with the
venue, transportation and food/drinks places is provided here [5].

It is recommended to pick a hotel close to a “Ligne B” subway station,
anywhere between “Jean-Jaures” and “Les Carmes”.

From the station, choose “Ramonville” direction and get off at the
station “Université Paul Sabatier” [6]. The station is right inside the
university. From there follow the map [7] to reach the IRIT building

Toulouse airport, “Aéroport Toulouse-Blagnac (TLS), Blagnac”, has a lot
of direct flights from European airports like Paris, Amsterdam, London,
Munich among others. There is a shuttle “La Navette” [8], every 20
minutes, bringing you to downtown in more or less 30 minutes depending
on the traffic. 

A list of hotels on the metro line B (direct to the workshop location):



Juri Lelli (Red Hat)
Daniel Bristot de Oliveira (Red Hat)
Daniel Lezcano(Linaro)
Georges Da Costa (IRIT)
Tommaso Cucinotta (SSSA)
Lorenzo Pieralisi (Linaro)

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