ELC 2007 Call For Presentations
The CE Linux Forum would like to invite you to make a presentation at our upcoming Embedded Linux Conference. The conference will be held April 17, 18 and 19 in San Jose, California.
(See Embedded Linux Conference 2007 for general information about the conference.)
- All presentations can now be found on ELC_2007_Presentations.
Presentations should be of a technical nature, covering topics related to use of Linux in embedded systems. The CE Linux Forum is focused on the use of Linux in consumer electronics products, but presentations may cover use of Linux in other embedded areas, as long as the topic is of general relevance to most embedded users.
Presentations that are commercial advertisements or sales pitches are not appropriate for this conference.
Presentations on the following topics are encouraged:
- Audio, Video, and Graphics systems for embedded products
- System size
- Bootup time
- Meeting real-time constraints
- Power management
- Streaming media
- Flash memory devices and filesystems
- Technologies related to cell phones, digital settop boxes, handheld devices, or other CE products
- Development tools for embedded users
- Use of Linux in actual products, practical experience and war stories
- Standards for CE products
Most presentation slots are 50 minutes long, including time for questions. A few shorter 40-minute slots are also available.
A paper submission is NOT required in conjunction with the presentation. However, if a paper is produced, it is requested to be published in wiki format on the Embedded Linux Wiki.
You may also submit a request to present a tutorial. Tutorials are intended to be longer, interactive learning sessions. A tutorial may occupy more than one session slot at the conference.
We prefer presentations that have not been previously presented, but exceptions will be made for material that is either of great interest or has been seen previously only by a limited audience.
A single person may submit more than one proposal. However, since the number of slots is limited, it is likely that at most one proposal from an individual will be accepted.
Presentations will be in rooms with 1024�768 XGA data projectors. Please bring your own laptop for your presentation. Please contact us if you have further requirements.
Reward and possible assistance
Speakers will receive complimentary professional registration for the conference. That is, if you make a presentation, you get into the rest of the conference for free
Travel and accomodation assistance is available for a limited number of speakers, under certain circumstances. Please contact the e-mail address below if you believe your circumstances would qualify you for this assistance.
All presentation, tutorial, demo and BOF proposals will be reviewed by the CE Linux Forum, and submitters will be notified of their acceptance (or not) by March 1, 2007.
Proposals will be assessed on a number of criteria:
- Is the topic of interest to embedded Linux developers? That is, is it relevant for using Linux in embedded products?
- Does the presentation describe something new or interesting?
- Does the topic fit with other presentations planned for the conference?
- Is source code for the project (if applicable) available now?
- May the forum publish your presentation on it's web site?
To submit a presentation proposal, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
A presentation request should include your name, a presentation title and a brief (one or two paragraph) abstract. Also, please indicate with your proposal whether your presentation may be published by the forum on it's web site, after the conference.
If your proposal is accepted, you will be requested to provide a short paragraph describing yourself, for use in conference materials.
If you have questions, you may also send queries to the e-mail address above. We will be happy to answer questions about the presentation requirements or the conference itself.
Proposals for presentations, demos and Birds-of-a-Feather sessions must be received by February 5, 2007.
Speakers will be notified by March 1, 2007.