Accepted Posters from Open Call for Posters

  • Operating System Support for Fine-grained Pipeline Parallelism on Heterogeneous Multicore Accelerators A. Koshiba, R. Sakamoto, M. Namiki [PDF]

  • How to Make Fast DVFS Beneficial in Mobile Devices S. Yoon, K. Lee, T. Han [PDF]

  • Caribou: A Platform for Building Smart Storage Z. Istvan, D. Sidler, G. Alonso [PDF]

  • A Preliminary Look into Unsolicited Mobile App Traffic T. Lyko, Y. Elkhatib [PDF]

  • DeNoVo malloc: Validating Data in Persistent Memory A. Martens, R. Scholz, P. Lindow, M. Kastner, R. Kapitza [PDF]

  • Virtual Machine Introspection Based SSH Honeypot S. Sentanoe, B. Taubmann, H. Reiser [PDF]

  • Size Matters: Improving the Performance of Small Files in HDFS S. Niazi, S. Haridi, J. Dowling [PDF]

  • SnailTrail: Online Bottleneck Detection for your Dataflow R. Sager, J. Liagouris, D. Dimitrova, A. Lattuada, V. Kalavri, Z. Chothia, M. Hoffmann, T. Roscoe [PDF]

  • LibSEAL: Detecting Service Integrity Violations Using Trusted Execution P. Aublin, F. Kelbert, D. O’Keeffe, D. Muthukumaran, C. Priebe, J. Lind, R. Krahn, C. Fetzer, D. Eyers, P. Pietzuch [PDF]

  • Towards Formally Verified Python Software Transactional Memory B. Kordic, M. Popovic, I. Basicevic

  • Putting the OS in Control of DRAM with Mapping Aliases M. Hillenbrand, F. Bellosa [PDF]

  • A Characterization of State Spill in Modern Operating Systems K. Boos, E. Vecchio, L. Zhong [PDF]

  • Differential durability: fault-tolerant distributed differential computation A. Lattuada, V. Kalavri, M. Hoffmann, F. McSherry [PDF]

  • Make Byzantine Fault-Tolerant Systems as Transparent as Possible B. Li, N. Weichbrodt, J. Behl, P. Aublin, R. Kapitza

  • MEDEA: Towards Expressive Scheduling of Long-Running Applications P. Garefalakis, K. Karanasos, P. Pietzuch, A. Suresh, S. Rao [PDF]

  • Untie a Knot in a Last Stage Buffer J. Yeon, M. Jeong, S. Lee, E. Lee [PDF]

These posters will be co-located with conference from the main conference during the 3-hour poster session on Monday 24 April 2017.

Posters of accepted EuroSys’17 workshops will be co-located with the 2-hour welcome reception on Sunday 23 April 2017.

Best Student Poster Award

The EuroSys 2017 open call for posters received 28 submissions. These posters were evaluated by a poster program committee consisting of Phillip Stanley- Marbell (University of Cambridge), Francisco Ballesteros (University of Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid), Antonio Barbalace (Huawei), Gero Dittmann (IBM Research), and Ivan Kuraj (MIT).

The poster program committee selected 17 of these 28 submissions for presentation at the conference.

In a second phase, at the conference poster session on Monday night, poster presenters had 3 minutes to convey their contributions to members of the poster jury. The poster jury consisted of Lydia Chen (IBM Research), David Cock (ETH Zurich), and Phillip Stanley-Marbell (University of Cambridge). There were a total of 35 posters at the poster session, (17 from open call and 18 from the main conference).

There were many very strong posters, but in the end one poster stood out both in the initial reviews as well as in the independent evaluation at the poster session: The best student poster was awarded to “Putting the OS in Control of DRAM with Mapping Aliases”, by Marius Hillenbrand and Frank Bellosa, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology.



EuroSys Awards!

We are honored to present the winners of EuroSys Awards 2017! Congratulations!

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