| Event || When || Where || Deadline|
||The 17th Workshop on Hot Topics in Operating Systems|
|May 12, 2019 - May 15, 2019
||Jan 17, 2019
||16th Workshop on Hot Topics in Operating Systems|
|May 7, 2017 - May 10, 2017
||Jan 25, 2017
||12th Workshop on Hot Topics in Operating Systems|
|May 18, 2009 - May 20, 2009
||Monte Verità, Switzerland
||Jan 13, 2009
The 17th Workshop on Hot Topics in Operating Systems will bring together researchers and practitioners in computer systems to engage in a lively discussion on the principles and practices of building systems software. Continuing the HotOS tradition, participants will present new ideas and debate future research agendas in systems research.
We solicit position papers that propose new directions of systems research, advocate innovative approaches to long-standing problems, or report on deep insights gained from experience with real-world systems. We seek early-stage work, where the authors can benefit from community feedback. An ideal submission has the potential to open a line of inquiry for the community that results in multiple conference papers in related venues, rather than a single follow-on conference paper. The program committee will explicitly favor early work and papers likely to stimulate reflection and discussion over mature ideas on the verge of conference publication.
HotOS takes a broad view of systems research. This includes operating systems, storage, distributed systems, mobile and embedded systems, virtualization, programming languages, networking, security, dependability, and manageability, as well as new systems contributions influenced by other fields such as hardware design, machine learning, verification, economics, social organization, and biological or other nontraditional computing systems.
To ensure a vigorous workshop, attendance is by invitation only. Authors will be invited based on their submission’s originality, topical relevance, technical merit, and likelihood of leading to insightful technical discussions that will influence future systems research.