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Thursday, October 29
 

13:00 GMT

FINOS Mini-Summit: Accelerating Open Source Software and Standards in Financial Services
FINOS is a community of developers, technologists, and industry leaders from major financial institutions, tech firms, fintechs, and consultancies. This is a highly competitive, highly regulated industry, dealing with massive amounts of complex data while meeting the needs of demanding internal and external users, which means it’s essential to focus on both efficiency and innovation. This FINOS Mini-Summit will showcase projects that address key challenges in financial services that are also applicable to other industries. It will also highlight some of the unique and interesting challenges that financial services firms encounter while collaborating through open source, solutions the community is developing, and how you can get involved.

FINOS Mini-Summit Agenda

  • 1:00 PM - 1:10 PM   Introduction to Mini-Summit - Tosha Ellison, COO, FINOS 
  • 1:10 PM - 1:30 PM   The challenges and opportunities of building open source communities in the highly regulated financial services industry - James McLeod, Director of Community, FINOS
  • 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM   Why we need open sourced Data Models in the Financial Industry - Pierre de Belen, Managing Director, Goldman Sachs; Ffion Acland, Vice President, Goldman Sachs; Ian Sloyan, Director, Market Infrastructure and Technology, ISDA; Nigel Cobb, Senior Data Modeller, REGnosys; Moderated by Rob Underwood, Chief Development Officer, FINOS 
  • Panelists from the Financial Sector will talk about the value of shared data models in the industry and how they can significantly impact collaboration and efficiency.
    • Values: Fostering Collaboration across industry participants and regulators, positive impact on agility & time to market, cost reduction
    • Benefits of having a 3rd party hosting the shared models
    • How open sourcing Legend makes shared modeling possible + expedites & fosters collaboration in the industry
  • 2:30 PM - 3:30 PM   Building Highly Reliable Software More Efficiently - Stephen Goldbaum, Executive Director, Morgan Stanley; Mark Marron, Principle Research SDE, Microsoft; Aitana Myohl, Strategic Initiatives Manager, FINOS
    • Building highly reliable software should be easier.  Studies estimate that there are 10 bugs for every 1,000 lines of code a developer writes.  That has led to a plethora of tools to test and assess the quality of the code we write.  While these are great for the checks once the coding is written, there are still great opportunities to improve the coding process itself.  Dependable software can be written without requiring massive amounts of developer effort, elite teams, or verification experts and new languages and tools are paving the way.
    • In this talk we demonstrate leveraging three powerful open-source projects to efficiently write dependable systems:  Microsoft’s Bosque language for writing ultra-dependable application code; Morphir, a FINOS project recently contributed by Morgan Stanley, for efficiently producing multi-platform code from pure business logic; and Microsoft’s Dapr for running applications in a robust and cloud-ready infrastructure.  In particular, we will explore how these tools promote reliability and correctness while still being easily usable by development teams.
  • 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM   The Art and Tech of Generating Secure & Authentic Synthetic Data - Paul Groves, Senior Vice President and Lead Technical Architect, Citi; Andrew Carr, Scott Logic
    • In this talk, Paul Groves from Citi and Andrew Carr from Scott Logic will discuss challenges to creating realistic synthetic data as well as solutions that the two firms have developed to address this. Learn more about how you can leverge two open source projects, DataHub and Data Helix, to solve your synthetic data challenges.
  • 4:30 PM - 5:00 PM   Streaming, cross-sectional data visualization in Jupyterlab with Perspective and Apache Arrow - Junyuan Tan, J.P. Morgan
    • At J.P. Morgan, traders, researchers, and engineers use Jupyterlab and Perspective, a high performance streaming data visualization library, for analytics across large, real-time datasets. Junyuan Tan demonstrates how Perspective and Apache Arrow can be used to accumulate, dissect and visualize streaming data - all within a Jupyter Notebook.
    • Many data visualization libraries are built with static data in mind, where everything is known before the visualization is created. Analyzing data streams in real-time, however, is a crucial part of many industries. Combining JupyterLab's ease-of-use and flexibility with Perspective, a high-performance streaming data visualization library, users can rapidly prototype, analyze, and visualize results from a multitude of data sources both live and static.

Speakers
avatar for Mark Marron

Mark Marron

Principal Research SDE, Microsoft
Mark Marron is a Principal Research SDE at Microsoft Research where he works on a range of programming language and software engineering topics. He is currently leading work on the Bosque Programming Language project. His other work includes cloud runtimes, low-overhead diagnostic... Read More →
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Tosha Ellison

COO, FINOS
Tosha has spent more than 20 years in financial services and technology working with banks, software companies and start-ups in a wide variety of roles. Leveraging this experience Tosha works across a number of initiatives to promote the Foundation and help our members maximize value... Read More →
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Stephen Goldbaum

Executive Director, Morgan Stanley
Stephen Goldbaum is co-creator of Morphir and an Executive Director at Morgan Stanley, where he has performed a variety of technical leadership roles. Stephen’s career has spanned a number of industries. Prior roles include: CTO at a privacy start-up, owner of a software consulting... Read More →
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Pierre de Belen

Managing Director, Goldman Sachs
Pierre De Belen is a Managing Director at Goldman Sachs where he leads the Data Model Engineering team, tasked with defining and implementing tools for data specification, transformation and consumption across the firm. He designed and led the implementation of several modeling frameworks... Read More →
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Ffion Acland

Vice President, Goldman Sachs
Ffion leads the EMEA Data Models and Governance team at Goldman Sachs tasked with defining, building and governing the internal data models for derivatives products. Since joining the Data Models and Governance team four years ago, she has contributed to many internal consumer implementations... Read More →
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James McLeod

Director of Community, FINOS
James is the Director of Community at FINOS and wholeheartedly believes the transformation of Financial Services can only be fulfilled if Open Source is embraced under the three pillars of Contribution, Consumption and Community.James has a twenty year career in software engineering... Read More →
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Ian Sloyan

Director, Market Infrastructure and Technology, INTERNATIONAL SWAPS AND DERIVATIVES ASSOCIATION, INC. (ISDA)
Ian Sloyan is a Director for Market Infrastructure and Technology at ISDA, where he leads ISDA’s Common Domain Model initiative. He joined ISDA in May 2014. From 2008 to 2014 he held was various roles in Equity, Credit and Interest Rate Derivative Operations at RBS. Prior to that... Read More →
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Nigel Cobb

Senior Data Modeller, REGnosys
With over 20 years experience as an Operations leader in the Derivatives markets, Nigel’s core expertise is in leveraging technology to deliver process transformation and industry change. Nigel is Senior Data Modeller at REGnosys where his principal responsibility is to partner... Read More →
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Aitana Myohl

Strategic Initiatives Manager, FINOS
Aitana is a Strategic Initiatives Manager at FINOS and co-leads the FINOS Open RegTech Initiative, which aims to promote Open Source Software and Standards among financial regulators and for regulatory reporting in general. Since joining FINOS in 2019, Aitana has worked on the open... Read More →
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Paul Groves

Senior Vice President and Lead Technical Architect, Citi
Paul has worked as a software developer for the past 20 years across a variety of industries from engineering, ecommerce, to financial services. Paul lives somewhere west of London.
avatar for Andrew Carr

Andrew Carr

Head of Consultancy, Scott Logic
avatar for Junyuan Tan

Junyuan Tan

Software Engineer, J.P. Morgan
Junyuan Tan is a software engineer at J.P. Morgan, where he is a core contributor on Perspective: an open-source, high-performance streaming data visualization library written in C++, Javascript, and Python.
avatar for Rob Underwood

Rob Underwood

Chief Development Officer, FINOS
Rob Underwood brings to FINOS two decades of experience leading high profile marketing, technology, and strategy initiatives, both for profits and nonprofits, across a diversity of organizational sizes and types, from Fortune 100 technology companies, to educational foundations, to... Read More →


Thursday October 29, 2020 13:00 - 17:00 GMT
LF Project Mini-Summit Theater

14:00 GMT

LF AI Mini-Summit
The LF AI Foundation’s mission is to build and support an open AI community, and drive open source innovation in the AI, ML, and DL domains by enabling collaboration and the creation of new opportunities for all the members of the community. We invite you to join us for our LF AI Foundation Mini Summit where we will cover the latest updates from the Foundation, Technical Advisory Council, Trusted AI Committee, technical projects and more. We look forward to uncovering new collaboration opportunities among our growing community. Join us!

Confirmed Agenda
  • 14:00 - Welcome / LF AI Overview / How to Get Involved, Ibrahim Haddad (LF AI), Executive Director
  • 14:15 - TAC & ML Workflow Committee Updates, Jim Spohrer (IBM), TAC Chairperson
  • 14:30 - Trusted AI Committee Updates, Saishruthi Swaminathan (IBM), Committee Member
  • 14:40 - Project Update: Amundsen, Tao Feng, Amundsen Technical Project Lead
  • 14:50 - Project Update: ONNX, Prasanth Pulavarthi, ONNX Technical Project Lead
  • 15:00 - Project Update: Angel, Brucetao, Angel Technical Project Lead
  • 15:10 - Project Update: Marquez, Julien Le Dem, Marquez Technical Project Lead
  • 15:20 - Live Q&A on Text Chat, Ibrahim Haddad, Jim Spoher, Saishruthi Swaminathan, Tao Feng, Prasanth Pulavarthi, Brucetao & & Julien Le Dem (TBD based on availability)



Speakers
avatar for Saishruthi Swaminathan

Saishruthi Swaminathan

Committee Member, IBM
Saishruthi Swaminathan is a developer advocate and data scientist in the IBM CODAIT team whose main focus is to democratize data and AI through open source technologies. She has a Masters in Electrical Engineering specializing in Data Science and a Bachelor's degree in Electronics... Read More →
avatar for Ibrahim Haddad

Ibrahim Haddad

Executive Director, LF AI
Dr. Ibrahim Haddad is the Executive Director of the LF AI Foundation. ​​Throughout his career, Haddad has held technology and portfolio management roles at Ericsson Research, the Open Source Development Lab, Motorola, Palm, Hewlett-Packard and Samsung Research. ​He is known... Read More →
avatar for Jim Spohrer

Jim Spohrer

TAC Chairperson, IBM
Jim Spohrer was elected in 2020 as LF AI Technical Advisory Council Chairperson, and ONNX Steering Committee Member. Jim directs IBM’s open source Artificial Intelligence developer ecosystem effort. He led IBM Global University Programs, co-founded Almaden Service Research, and... Read More →
avatar for Brucetao

Brucetao

Technical Project Lead, Angel
avatar for Prasanth Pulavarthi

Prasanth Pulavarthi

Technical Project Lead, ONNX
Prasanth Pulavarthi is Principal Program Manager for the AI Frameworks team at Microsoft. His team works on making ML practitioners and engineers more efficient through optimized libraries, tools, and communities. ONNX Runtime (https://onnxruntime.ai) is an open source engine from... Read More →
avatar for Tao Feng

Tao Feng

Technical Project Lead, Amundsen
Tao Feng is a staff software engineer and technical lead at Lyft data tools team working on various data products.Tao is the technical lead of LF AI Project Amundsen and a committer and PMC of Apache Airflow.Previously, Tao worked at LinkedIn and Oracle on data infrastructure, tooling... Read More →
avatar for Julien Le Dem

Julien Le Dem

Technical Project Lead, Marquez
Julien Le Dem is the CTO and Co-Founder of Datakin. He co-created Apache Parquet and is involved in several open source projects including Marquez (LF AI), Apache Pig, Apache Arrow, Apache Iceberg and a few others. Previously, he was a senior principal at Wework; principal architect... Read More →


Thursday October 29, 2020 14:00 - 15:30 GMT
LF Project Mini-Summit Theater

15:00 GMT

Zephyr Mini-Summit
The Zephyr Mini-Summit is designed to introduce you to the leading Open Source RTOS built with safety and security in mind.  Attendees will learn why Zephyr is gaining the attention of developers and product makers. This session will provide an overview of the latest technologies and plans emerging from the Zephyr community.

Agenda:
  • 3:00 PM - 3:15 PM   Zephyr Overview (including current Use Cases) - Barna Ibrahim, Google
  • 3:15 PM - 3:35 PM   State of Communication Stacks - Johan Hedberg, Intel
  • 3:35 PM - 3:50 PM   LTS and Release Plans - Maureen Helm, NXP
  • 3:50 PM - 4:10 PM   Security - Ruud Derwig, Synopsys
  • 4:10 PM - 4:30 PM   Safety Certification Plans - Amber Hibberd, Intel
  • 4:30 PM - 4:50 PM   Zephyr Use Cases - Michael Gielda, Antmicro
  • 4:50 PM - 5:30 PM   Panel Q&A

Speakers
avatar for Ruud Derwig

Ruud Derwig

Security & System Architect, Sr. Staff, Synopsys
Ruud Derwig has 25+ years of experience with system architectures for embedded systems. Key areas of expertise are hardware and software IPs for security, operating systems and other low-level platform software. He holds a master's degree in computing science and a professional doctorate... Read More →
avatar for Johan Hedberg

Johan Hedberg

Senior Software Engineer, Intel
Johan Hedberg has worked 20+ years in various Open Source projects. He is a maintainer for the BlueZ Bluetooth stack as well as the Linux kernel Bluetooth subsystem. He has been an active member of the Zephyr project ever since its launch and is the maintainer of its Bluetooth subsystem... Read More →
avatar for Maureen Helm

Maureen Helm

MCU Software Architect, Zephyr TSC Chair, NXP
Maureen Helm is an embedded software architect at NXP, chair of the Zephyr Project Technical Steering Committee, and member of the Linaro LITE Steering Committee. Maureen has contributed to the Zephyr Project since it launched in 2016, and has held both software and hardware engineering... Read More →
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Michael Gielda

VP Business Development, Antmicro
Michael Gielda is VP Business Development and co-founder at Antmicro, a software-driven tech company developing modern edge AI systems for various branches of industry including aerospace, medical systems and robotics. He is also Chair of Outreach at CHIPS Alliance and Vice Chair... Read More →
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Barna Ibrahim

Strategic Partner Development Lead, Google
Barna Ibrahim has 15+ years experience in ecosystem development in PC, Mobile, and Virtual Reality. Currently Barna leads Chrome OS Platforms and Ecosystem Partner Development efforts globally at Google and serves on the Zephyr Project board. With a masters in engineering and an MBA... Read More →
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Amber Hibberd

Open Source Software Engineering Manager, Safety Committee Architect/WG Chair, Intel
Amber Hibberd is an Engineering Manager for the Zephyr team at Intel Corporation. She has four years of experience working towards safety certification for open source software, including the Linux kernel and Zephyr RTOS. She is currently the chair of the Zephyr Project Safety Working... Read More →


Thursday October 29, 2020 15:00 - 17:30 GMT
LF Project Mini-Summit Theater

16:00 GMT

Introducing DENT OS, switchdev NOS for the rest of us
Network Operating Systems (NOS) based on Linux-native networking API and hardware offload for network switching ASICs continue to gain traction. DENT is a new switchdev based NOS project,  bringing together switch ASIC vendors, distributors, system integrators, and users to address a need for a streamlined, slimmed-down NOS at the campus edge.

This 90-minute workshop will introduce participants to DENT and it's community release.

Agenda: 
  • Evolution of Open Networking and Linux Networking
  • Introducing Project DENT & DentOS
  • SwitchDev for Open Networking
  • DENT Architecture & Roadmap
  • DENT “Live” demonstration
  • DENT How to Get Involved
  • Open Discussion

Speakers
avatar for Trishan de Lanerolle

Trishan de Lanerolle

Technical Program Manager & Community Architect, The Linux Foundation
Trishan de Lanerolle is a Technical Program Manager & Community Architect for Networking at the Linux Foundation, leading projects at the cutting edge of networking. De Lanerolle is a technologist with over fifteen years of experience, building successful enterprise and open source... Read More →
avatar for Steven Noble

Steven Noble

TSC Chair - DENT, Open Networking Engineer, Amazon
As a Sr Engineer at Amazon Steven works on open networking solutions.As the President of the board of the Network Device Education Foundation, Inc (NetDEF), Steven is part of a team focusing on supporting open source projects (Quagga, RouteFlow, OpenFlow) and open networking.In his... Read More →
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Roopa Prabhu

Director Of Engineering, NVIDIA
Roopa is a Director at NVIDIA, formally Chief Architect at Cumulus Networks. She and her team work on all things kernel networking and Linux system infrastructure areas. Her primary focus areas in the Linux kernel are Linux bridge, Netlink, VxLAN, Lightweight tunnels. She is currently... Read More →



Thursday October 29, 2020 16:00 - 17:30 GMT
LF Project Mini-Summit Theater
  LF Project Mini-Summits
 
Friday, October 30
 

11:00 GMT

CIP (Civil Infrastructure Platform) Mini-Summit
The CIP Mini-Summit is a 90-minute, single-track event on the topic of industrial open source system which is based on Linux. The main goal of this event is to provide technical details and overview to develop industrial grade CIP open source base layer. Sub-groups of CIP will talk about current development activities as well as future plans. Attendees will get to know how their products can leverage CIP’s SLTS(Super Long Term Support) to develop Industrial grade products.

Topics to be covered:
  • State of Civil Infrastructure Platform 
  • CIP Kernel Team Activities towards Super Long Term Support 
  • Status update for testing within CIP
  • CIP Security towards achieving industrial grade security

AGENDA:
  • 11:00 am - 11:25 am  State of Civil Infrastructure Platform - Yoshitake Kobayashi, Toshiba Corporation; Urs Gleim, Siemens AG 
  • 11:25 am - 11:50 am  CIP Security towards achieving industrial grade security - Dinesh Kumar, Toshiba Software India Pvt. Ltd.; Kento Yoshida, Renesas Electronics Corporation
  • 11:50 am - 12:10 pm  CIP Kernel Team Activities based on “Upstream First” Principle - Masashi Kudo, Cybertrust Japan Co., Ltd.
  • 12:10 am - 12:30 pm  My experiences integrating the CIP SLTS Kernel into a fully-fledged BSP - Minh Tran, Renesas Design Vietnam Co., Ltd.

Speakers
avatar for Dinesh Kumar

Dinesh Kumar

Project Manager,, Toshiba Software India Pvt. Ltd.
More than 12 years of work experience, predominantly worked in Embedded Systems software development, cryptographic library development, hardware crypto accelerators. In addition worked for application development of Digital Rights Management as well as development of Android Application... Read More →
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Yoshitake Kobayashi

Senior Manager of Open Source Technology department, Toshiba Corporation
Yoshitake Kobayashi is the Senior Manager of The Open Source Technology Department at Toshiba Corporation. The team provides a Linux based system and related technologies such as Database and Web application frameworks for various Toshiba products. His research interests include operating... Read More →
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Urs Gleim

Head of Smart Embedded Systems, Siemens AG
Urs Gleim is leading the embedded systems group at Siemens Corporate Technology which hosts the Corporate Competence Center Embedded Linux. This team centrally provides Linux and related technologies for various Siemens products. Additionally, he is the Chair of the Governing Board... Read More →
avatar for Masashi Kudo

Masashi Kudo

Technology Advisor, Cybertrust Japan Co., Ltd.
Masashi Kudo is working as Technology Advisor at Cybertrust Japan Co., Ltd. He has more than 30 year's experience in IT and network software development. He works for CIP (Civil Infrastructure Platform) project as representatives of Cybertrust Japan Co., Ltd, and acts as CIP Kernel... Read More →
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Kento Yoshida

Senior Staff Engineer, Renesas Electronics Corporation
Kento Yoshida leads the RZ/G security solution especially specialized in the cyber security for the Industrial automation and control system (IACS) using high-performance industrial MPUs at Renesas Electronics Corporation. He has more than 12 years experience in IT and network software... Read More →
avatar for Minh Tran

Minh Tran

Senior Staff Engineer, Renesas Design Vietnam Co., Ltd.
Project leader in the RZ Linux team at Renesas Design Vietnam - provide Verified Linux Package (VLP) integrating the Civil Infrastructure Platform (CIP) Super Long-Term Support (SLTS) kernel.



Friday October 30, 2020 11:00 - 12:30 GMT
LF Project Mini-Summit Theater
  LF Project Mini-Summits

14:00 GMT

Open Source Drones Summit by The Dronecode Foundation
The Dronecode Foundation presents the Open Source Drones Summit. Get started in drone development, learn all you need to know to start developing today. The summit will be focused on the PX4 Autopilot Ecosystem, hosted by project maintainers, top contributors, and Dronecode Foundation staff.

The PX4 Autopilot is an open-source flight control project with a BSD license for unmanned vehicles. PX4 supports multiple vehicle configurations (VTOL, multicopters, rovers, and underwater vehicles). You will be able to fly around in a simulator, using open-source software, and learn how to interact with PX4 based UAVs.

Topics covered in the Open Source Drones Summit
  • The basics of PX4, from source to building a simulation environment.
  • The basics of the MAVSDK, the SDK for PX4, customize, and control drones without touching the autopilot codebase.
  • Leverage other open-source projects like ROS, UAVCAN, and Pixhawk.
  • How the PX4 community works, how to contribute upstream, and where to go for help.
  • Join the Dronecode Foundation community, Public work calls, Workgroups, Special Interest Groups, and more.

The summit will include sessions on the latest trends in open source drones and robotics, the fundamentals of developing drone software and hardware-based on open source, and how to connect and cross-collaborate with the thriving community that has thousands of drone developers and system integrators from around the world.

Open Source Projects Covered
  • PX4 Autopilot
  • MAVLink
  • MAVSDK
  • QGroundControl (QGC)
  • Pixhawk
  • ROS
  • UAVCAN

Schedule-at-a-glance

[2pm - 2:20pm] Open source drones with PX4
By Ramon Roche, Program Manager, Dronecode Foundation

A complete look at the PX4 autopilot ecosystem, where it started, how the community works, what is Dronecode Foundation, the collaborative open source projects hosted under Dronecode Foundation and the main components of the PX4 ecosystem (QGC, MAVLink, MAVSDK, Pixhawk Standards)
The main advantages of using PX4, how to leverage the more than 10 years of history behind the project, successful commercial systems that are flying with PX4.

[2:20pm - 3:00pm] Tutorial: Controlling PX4 drones with MAVSDK
By Gonçalo Couteiro Atanásio, PX4 Ambassador

This talk will introduce MAVSDK architecture, supported programming languages, platforms and finally how it can be used to send commands to a drone. You will learn how to build the PX4 code, launch a simulator and use a ground station in this case, QGroundControl. Next you will see that by using a Python library of auto-generated code we can communicate with the drone using MAVLink protocol. To do that, it will be used the simulation and QGC, showing the drone actions, in response to the commands that are sent using a Python script.

[3:00pm - 3:40pm] Accelerate autonomous systems to market with PX4 and open standards
By Travis Bottalico , Software Engineer at ModalAI

Learn how ModalAI has leveraged Dronecode hosted projects to efficiently bring advanced autopilot systems to market. By using open source components like PX4, MAVLink, QGroundControl, MAVSDK and MAVROS, ModalAI is accelerating autonomy by providing innovators with robot and drone perception and communications systems.

[3:40pm - 4:00pm] Panel Discussion 
The future of open source drone technology. Computer vision navigation, more robust hardware, cloud connectivity, what should developers focus on and how to stay up with the industry trends. 
Moderator: Jinger Zeng, Community Manager, Dronecode Foundation
Panelist:
  • Ramon Roche, Program Manager, Dronecode Foundation
  • Gonçalo Couteiro Atanásio, PX4 Ambassador
  • Travis Bottalico , Software Engineer at ModalAI

Speakers
avatar for Jinger Zeng

Jinger Zeng

Community Manager, Dronecode Foundation
Jinger Zeng is the community manager at Dronecode Foundation. She works with community members on developer engagement, events production, product to market development, and drives open source innovation adoption and practices in the drone industry. Prior to joining Dronecode Foundation... Read More →
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Ramon Roche

Program Manager, Dronecode Foundation
Ramón Roche is the Program Manager of the Dronecode Foundation, home of the PX4 community, where Ramón leads the community of developers and commercial partners in the PX4 ecosystem.Ramón has been working for the past nine years in the drone industry. Previously worked as a Tech... Read More →
avatar for Gonçalo Couteiro Atanásio

Gonçalo Couteiro Atanásio

PX4 Ambassador, PX4
Gonçalo is an Eletrotechinal Engineer with a Master in Computers, and is currently working as a FullStack Web Developer for the Army. He loves drones and everything that comes with it. He uses PX4, MAVSDK and other tools to develop and contribute to the PX4 ecosystem.
avatar for Travis Bottalico

Travis Bottalico

Software Engineer, ModalAI
Travis Bottalico is a Staff Software Engineer at ModalAI.  His background is in embedded systems, software and product development.  Spending the majority of his career in Industrial IoT working at SKF and Avimesa, he's loving the recent shift into the exciting and technically challenging... Read More →



Friday October 30, 2020 14:00 - 16:00 GMT
LF Project Mini-Summit Theater

14:30 GMT

Designing, Configuring and Verifying Linux Systems with Evidences for High Quality and Fault Mitigation - Activities in the LF ELISA Project
This mini-summit is organized as a few lightning talks, a session for frequently asked questions from the audience and Birds-of-Feather-like sessions to discuss interesting aspects around design, configuration and verification of Linux systems, and the challenges creating and obtaining evidences for the execution of high-quality software development processes and proper fault mitigation. This mini-summit captures and summarizes various activities explored and done in the different working groups of the LF ELISA Project.

Agenda:
  • 2:30 PM - 2:35 PM   ELISA introduction - Shuah Khan, Linux Kernel Fellow, The Linux Foundation
  • 2:35 PM - 2:55 PM   Designing, Configuring and Verifying Linux Systems with Evidences for High Quality and Fault Mitigation - Activities in the LF ELISA Project - Christopher Temple, Lead Safety and Reliability Systems Architect, Arm
  • 2:55 PM - 3:15 PM   Linux memory error handling on funcational safety systems? - Gabriele Paoloni, Senior SW Architect, Intel Corporation
  • 3:15 PM - 3:35 PM   Configuring a kernel for safety: Top-down and bottom-up - Elana Copperman, System Safety Architect, Mobileye, An Intel Company 
  • 3:35 PM - 3:55 PM   Evidence and Arguments on Adressing Bug Classes - Lukas Bulwahn, Safety Software Key Expert, BMW AG
  • 3:55 PM - 4:00 PM   Closing Thoughts - Shuah Khan, Linux Kernel Fellow, The Linux Foundation

Speakers
avatar for Lukas Bulwahn

Lukas Bulwahn

Safety Software Key Expert, BMW AG
Lukas Bulwahn has received a diploma in computer science and a PhD in formal methods from Technische Universität München. Since 2012, he is working at BMW on research and development of an open-source software platform for autonomous driving systems. One part of this research has... Read More →
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Shuah Khan

Linux Kernel Fellow, The Linux Foundation
Shuah Khan is a Linux Kernel Fellow at The Linux Foundation. She is an experienced Linux Kernel developer, maintainer, and contributor. She maintains Kernel Selftest framework, USB over IP driver, and cpupower. She is an active contributor to the Linux media subsystem. She has contributed... Read More →
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Christopher Temple

Lead Safety and Reliability Systems Architect, Arm
As Lead Safety & Reliability Architect Dr. Chris Temple develops the safety and reliability technology roadmap, and drives thought leadership in next generation cost effective safety systems at Arm. Temple is active in the ELISA open source project, where he is investigating inter-dependencies... Read More →
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Gabriele Paoloni

Senior SW Architect, Intel Corporation
Gabriele Paoloni is a lead software architect for functional safety at Intel where he defines software and firmware architectures for Internet of Things (IOT) platforms.
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Elana Copperman

System Safety Architect, Mobileye, An Intel Company
Elana Copperman, PhD is a System Safety Architect at Mobileye (part of Intel). She provides support for designing safety features in Mobileye products, including system boot; drivers; and Linux infrastructure. Before working at Mobileye, she worked as a Security Architect for Cisco-Il... Read More →



Friday October 30, 2020 14:30 - 16:00 GMT
LF Project Mini-Summit Theater

15:00 GMT

Open Mainframe Mini-Summit
Open Mainframe Project has experienced record momentum this year with the addition of six new projects, meeting technical milestones with the Zowe LTS and updated Zowe Conformance Program, and the launch of COBOL initiatives that include a volunteer library, a Q&A forum, a free COBOL Training Course and more. Join this mini-summit to learn more about how Open Mainframe Project became the cornerstone for education, training, enterprise, DevOps, and mainframes. Additionally, Open Mainframe Project leaders will share insight and roadmaps about several open source projects under the OMP umbrella that can help with your devops needs.

AGENDA:
  • 3:00 PM - 3:15 PM   Open Mainframe Project Overview - Len Santalucia, Vicom Infinity
  • 3:15 PM - 3:45 PM   COBOL Working Group & Training Course - Derek Britton, Micro Focus; Sudharsana Srinivasan, IBM
  • 3:45 PM - 4:05 PM   ZOWE - Michael DuBois, Broadcom
  • 4:05 PM - 4:35 PM   New Projects:
    • GenevaERS - Kip Twitchell; IBM
    • Software Discovery Tool - Elizabeth Joseph, IBM
    • Mainframe Open Education - Lauren Valenti, Broadcom
  • 4:35 PM - 5:05 PM   Women In Tech Panel - Moderate by Rick Perret, Broadcom
    • Panelist: Jenn Francis, IBM; Sylva Bursikova, Broadcom; Rashmi Agrawal, Rocket Software
  • 5:05 PM - 6:30 PM   Mentorship 




Speakers
avatar for Elizabeth Joseph

Elizabeth Joseph

Developer Advocate, IBM
Elizabeth K. Joseph is a Linux systems administrator turned developer advocate for IBM Z where she works with the community to explore Linux workloads on mainframes. She has previously worked on distributed systems, including OpenStack and Apache Mesos, and has written books on Ubuntu... Read More →
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Leonard Santalucia

Chief Technology Officer and the Business Development Manager, Vicom Infinity
Len Santalucia has been in the IT industry since 1973. He is presently the Chief Technology Officer and the Business Development Manager for Vicom Infinity, Inc, the Chairperson for the Linux Foundation Open Mainframe Project, a member of the IBM Z Academic Initiative advocate leadership... Read More →
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Sudharsana Srinivasan

Program Manager, IBM
Sudharsana Srinivasan is a Program Manager with IBM Z Ecosystem team. She has worked on several programs, most prominently the COBOL Course that launched on Open Mainfame Project in April 2020. She worked to build up a bay area startup Mom Relaunch, where she continues to be an advisory... Read More →
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Rick Perret

Marketing and Program Committee Member, Open Mainframe Project, Broadcom
Rick spends his career at the intersection of emerging technologies and business outcomes. His expertise includes Agile methods and rituals applied to messaging, building campaigns, content marketing and digital demand generation. Prior to Broadcom, he worked at IBM focused on technology... Read More →
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Derek Britton

App Modernization Group, Micro Focus
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Michael DuBois

Senior Manager, Product Management, Broadcom
Michael DuBois is a Senior Manager in Broadcom's Product Management organization with 37 years of experience in the Mainframe software industry.  In his current role, Michael leads the Open Mainframe Product Management team at Broadcom, with responsibilities for CA Brightside and... Read More →
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Kip Twitchell

Global Subject Matter Expert, IBM
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Lauren Valenti

Head of Mainframe Education & Customer Engagement, Broadcom
Lauren Valenti is the Head of Mainframe Education and Customer Engagement at Broadcom. Lauren is based in Melville, New York.  Her team is focused on ensuring customers and partners, who have adopted Broadcom Mainframe Solutions, have the right technical training designed to acquire... Read More →
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Jenn Francis

Developer Advocate, IBM
During the day I am a Developer Advocate. In this role, I get the opportunity to work with customers, business partners, and vendors on leading-edge technologies and teaching developers how they can use them. I’m constantly challenged to find engaging ways to create technical material... Read More →
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Sylva Bursikova

Product Owner, Broadcom
Sylva Bursikova is a Product Owner at Broadcom. She is based in Prague and is responsible for solutions supporting the Modern Developer Experience for Mainframe. Currently, she works with the teams developing the CA Endevor SCM Enterprise Git Bridge, which enables a new generation... Read More →
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Rashmi Agrawal

Director of Software Engineering, Rocket Software
Rashmi Agrawal is Director of Software Engineering at Rocket Software. She is based in Pune, India and has been managing large software development teams in enterprise grade companies for over 21 years. During her career, she has built teams from the ground up and managed teams across... Read More →


Friday October 30, 2020 15:00 - 18:30 GMT
LF Project Mini-Summit Theater

16:00 GMT

Real-Time Linux Summit
The event is intended to gather developers and users of Linux as a Real-Time Operating System. The main intent is to provide room for discussion between developers, tooling experts, and users.  

We are welcoming participants from both end-users and developers, and will discuss topics covering, but not limited to ongoing development, techniques to evaluate if Real Time Linux is appropriate for your use case. Tooling to support configuration and debug of applications.

Agenda:
  • 4:00 PM - 4:30 PM   Real Time Linux - Who needs real-time? (not you) - Steven Rostedt, VMWare, Inc.
  • 4:30 PM - 4:45 PM   The real-time test suite and rteval - past and future - John Kacur, Red Hat 
  • 4:45 PM - 5:15 PM   Using PREEMPT_RT and Deterministic Networking (TSN) to control a robotic arm - Henrik Austad, SINTEF Digital
  • 5:15 PM - 5:30 PM   Q&A about Real-Time Plans - Thomas Gleixner, Linutronix

Speakers
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Daniel Oliveira

Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
Daniel is a Principal Software Engineer at Red Hat, working in the real-time kernel team, and has a Ph.D. in Automation Engineering (UFSC)/Computer Engineering (Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna). He works in the research and development of real-time features and runtime formal verification... Read More →
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Kate Stewart

Senior Director of Strategic Programs (representing SDDI & Zephyr), The Linux Foundation
Kate Stewart is a Senior Director of Strategic Programs at the Linux Foundation. She is responsible for the Open Compliance programs. Her focus is on embedded open source programs, and working with them to improve best practices in security and support for use in safety critical applications... Read More →
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Thomas Gleixner

Chief Technology Officer, Linutronix
Thomas Gleixner is a long-time Linux kernel developer with an embedded background and a strong affinity to impossible missions. Aside of his role as CTO of Linutronix GmbH, a Germany based FOSS consultancy and service provider, he’s an active maintainer in the Linux kernel project... Read More →
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Steven Rostedt

Open Source Engineer, VMWare, Inc.
Steven has been working on the Linux kernel since 1998 (started while working on his masters). He has been working on the Linux kernel professionally since 2001. Steven is one of the original developers of the PREEMPT_RT patch which turns Linux into a true real-time operating system... Read More →
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Henrik Austad

Mr. / Research scientist, SINTEF Digital
Henrik Austad is a research scientist at SINTEF Digital in Trondheim,Norway. His interest mainly lie in the area of real-time Linux anddeterministic networking. Henrik is currently working on using TSN forrobotic control and with the run-time environment for an ESA satelliteservicer... Read More →
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John Kacur

Red Hat
John hass been working for in the Real-Time Kernel Group at Red Hat for over 11 years. Before that he was working for the Compiler Group at IBM Canada. He spent the last 13 years living near Hamburg Germany, and has recently returned to Canada.  In his free time he is a passionate... Read More →



Friday October 30, 2020 16:00 - 17:30 GMT
LF Project Mini-Summit Theater
 

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