The EuroSys conference series brings together professionals from academia and industry. It has a strong focus on systems research and development: operating systems, data base systems, real-time systems and middleware for networked, distributed, parallel, or embedded computing systems. EuroSys has become a premier forum for discussing various issues of systems software research and development, including implications related to hardware and applications.
EuroSys’14 will follow the pattern established by the previous EuroSys conferences, by seeking papers on all aspects of computer systems. EuroSys’14 will also include a number of workshops to allow junior and senior members of the systems community to explore leading-edge topics and ideas before they are presented at a conference.
You can download the flyer (pdf) with the call for papers.
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|Early registration deadline (new):||March 10, 2014|
|Tutorials/workshops date:||April 13, 2014|
|Main conference dates:||April 14-16, 2014|
The conference will take place in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Amsterdam is the city of bicycles! As soon as you set foot in the Dutch capital, there’s no escaping them. And why would you want to? Cycling is the perfect way to get around such charming and compact city. Amsterdam is virtually unique in having all the advantages of a big city – culture, history, good food, entertainment and extensive public transport – but with relatively few of the drawbacks. The city is small, there are plenty of quiet spots where you can kick back and relax and, thanks to its canals, it has relatively little traffic. Yet, it still has plenty to offer!
Information on many aspects of Amsterdam, from its history and its tourist attractions to the workings of the city council can be found on www.iamsterdam.com.
The conference will be organized in the facilities of the VU University Amsterdam. Amsterdam has been a renowned cultural, scientific and commercial centre for many centuries. It was here, in 1880, that VU University Amsterdam first opened its doors to students. VU stands for ‘Vrije Universiteit’ which means ‘Free University’. Here, ‘free’ refers to freedom from state and church interference. VU University Amsterdam was established in 1880 by orthodox protestants. Nowadays it aims to be inspiring, innovative and involved. Throughout the past century, the university has continued to expand. It now comprises twelve faculties and has teaching facilities for 19,000 students.