ELC 2012 Presentations

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Presenters, Demo-ers, Participants: Thanks very much for your participation in Linux Foundation's Embedded Linux Conference 2012.

This page is for collecting the presentations that were made at the conference. During and after the conference we will collect materials from the presenters and place them here. Please watch this page if you are interested in a particular presentation - and if it doesn't show up, please send me and email and we'll try to track it down.


Once again, through the diligent work of the Free Electrons team, all videos for ELC2012 can be found at ELC2012 Videos.


Presenters: Please post your technical conference presentations on this page. (See Instructions below the tables)

Table of Presentations

NOTE: If you add a wikilink to your presentation and attempt to upload it via the link, it may fail. If it does, use the Special:Upload page to upload your file.


Presenter(s) Session Description Presentation
Jon Corbett, Editor at LWN.net The Kernel Report
Mike Anderson, CTO at The PTR Group The Internet of Things


Presenter(s) Session Description Presentation
Day 1, 10:30am
Loïc Pallardy Saving the Power Consumption of the Unused Memory PDF
Bernhard Rosenkränzer, Linaro What Android and Embedded Linux Can Learn From Each Other PDF
Ricardo Salveti de Araujo, Linaro Ubuntu on ARM: Improvements and Optimizations Done By Linaro PDF
Day 1, 11:30am
Zach Pfeffer, Linaro Binary Blobs Attack PDF
Hisao Munakata, Renesas Electronics Close Encounters of the Upstream Resource PDF
Daniel Hursh, IBM Open Source Automated Test Framework PDF
Day 1, 2:00pm
Saul Wold, Intel The Yocto Project Overview and Update PDF
Embedded Linux Pitfalls Sean Hudson, Mentor Graphics, Inc. PDF
Vincent Guittot, Linaro Comparing Power Saving Techniques For Multicore ARM Platforms PDF
Day 1, 3:00pm
Tim Bird, Sony Network Entertainment Status of Embedded Linux PDF
Bruce Ashfield, Wind River A View From the Trenches: Embedded Functionality and How It Impacts Multi-Arch Kernel Maintenance ODP
R Durgadoss, Intel PeakCurrent Management in x86-Based Smartphones PDF
Day 1, 4:15pm
Matt Porter, Texas Instruments Passing Time With SPI Framebuffer Driver PDF
Wookey, Linaro Multiarch and Why You Should Care: Running, Installing and Crossbuilding With Multiple Architectures PDF
Amit Daniel Kachhap, Linaro/Samsung A New Simplified Thermal Framework For ARM Platforms PDF
Day 1, 5:15pm
Tsugikazu Shibata, NEC On The Road: To Provide the Long-Term Stable Linux For The Industry PDF
Thomas P. Abraham, Samsung Electronics Experiences With Device Tree Support Development For ARM-Based SOC's PDF
Paul E. McKenney, IBM Making RCU Safe For Battery-Powered Devices PDF ODP
Day 2, 10:15am
Grant Likely (Secret Lab) Device Tree Status Report
Laurent Pinchart (Ideas on Board) Success Story of the Open Source Camera Stack: The Nokia N9 Case PDF
Avinash Mahadeva & Vishwanth Sripathy (Texas Instruments) SOC Power Management - Debugging and Optimization Techniques PDF
Tia Cassett (Qualcomm) & Mike Chalupa (BSquare) Android Development with the Snapdragon Processor
Day 2, 11:15am
Rafael J. Wysocki (Faculty of Physics, U. Warsaw/SUSE Labs) Power Management Using PM Domains on SH7372 PDF
Sascha Hauer (Pengutronix e.K.) A Generic Clock Framework in the Kernel: Why We Need It & Why We Still Don't Have It PDF
Ruud Derwig (Synopsys) Android Platform Optimizations PDF
Tia Cassett & David Brown (Qualcomm) Kernel Development Using the Dragonboard with the Snapdragon Processor
Day 2, 3:00pm
Inki Dae (Samsung Electronics) DRM Driver Development For Embedded Systems PDF
Lorenzo Pieralisi (ARM Ltd.) Consolidating Linux Power Management on ARM Multiprocessor Systems PDF
Thomas Petazzoni (Free Electrons) Using Qt For Non-Graphical Applications PDF
David Anders (Texas Instruments) PandaBoard Workshop: Booting the PandaBoard
Day 2, 4:00pm
Marek Szyprowski & Kyungmin Park (Samsung) ARM DMA-Mapping Framework Redesign and IOMMU Integration PDF
Keerthy Jagadeesh & Vishwanath Sripathy (Texas Instruments) Thermal Framework for ARM based SOCs
Marc Titinger (ST Microelectronics) Efficient JTAG-Based Linux Kernel Debugging PDF
David Anders (Texas Instruments) PandaBoard Workshop: PandaBoard Expansion I/O
Day 2, 5:00pm
Tsugikazu Shibata (NEC & Linux Foundation Board Member) Toward the Long Term Stable Kernel Tree for The Embedded Industry PDF
Lisko Lappalainen (MontaVista Software) Secure Virtualization in Automotive
Jeff Osier-Mixon (Intel) Yocto Project Community BoFs
Luca Coelho (Texas Instruments) PandaBoard Workshop: WLAN Kernel Hacking with PandaBoard
Day 3, 10:15am
Andrea Gallo (ST-Ericsson) ARM Linux Kernel Alignment & Benefits for Snowball PDF
Liam Girdwood & Peter Ujfalusi (Texas Instruments) Smart Audio: Next-Generation A SoC For Smart Phones
Pawel Moll (ARM Ltd) Linux on Non-Existing SoCs
Day 3, 11:15am
Koen Kooi (The Angstrom Distribution) Integrating Systemd: Booting Userspace in Less Than 1 Second PDF
Sylvain Leroy & Philippe Thierry Grsecurity in Embedded Linux Used in Android PDF
MyungJoo Ham (Samsung)) Charger Manager: Aggregating Chargers, Fuel Gauges and Batteries PDF
Day 3, 2:30pm
Frank Rowand (Sony) How Linux PREEMPT_RT Works PDF
Catalin Marinas (ARM Ltd.) Linux Support For the Large Physical Address Extensions PDF
Jim Huang (0xlab) Build Community Android Distribution and Ensure the Quality PDF
Day 3, 3:45pm
Till Jaeger (JBB Rechtsanwalte) The Case AVM v. Cybits: The GPL and Embedded Systems
Darren Hart (Intel) Tuning Linux For Embedded Systems: When Less Is More PDF
Wolfram Sang (Pengutronix e.K.) Developer's Diary: It's About Time PDF


Presenter(s) Session Description Presentation
Chris Simmonds, Freelance Embedded Linux Consultant Workshop 1: Outside the Box: An Introduction to Embedded Linux and Hardware Interfacing Using the Snowball Board tar.gz
Karim J. Yaghmour Workshop 2: Embedded Android Workshop

Instructions for Presenters

Please create a link in the table for your presentation, copying the style of other links. (You may need to create an account in order to edit the wiki or upload files.)

When you have created the link, click on it to upload the file containing your slides.