This week I am on my annual pilgrimage to Nuremberg, Germany to attend Embedded World. This is the first major conference of the year that covers embedded software and is, I am sure, now the largest event serving this community anywhere in the world.
I have written about past visits and this year’s trip will be quite similar, except that I will be rather busy …
Most years I have had one or two papers accepted for the conference. This year I was fortunate enough to have an unprecedented three acceptances. Then, as a result of a cancellation, I was invited to present a further one. I have also been asked to do another another short talk at the show. Here is the full line up:
- Tue 15:15 – Power Management in Embedded Systems
- Tue 16:15 – How to Measure RTOS Performance
- Wed 11:30 – USB 3.0 – An Introduction for Embedded Software Developers
- Wed 12:30 – Power Management in Embedded Systems Software [Hall 5, Stand 137]
- Thu 13:30 – Profiling Multicore Systems to Maximize Core Utilization
If you would like copies of my slides for any of these, please email me.
And, if you are at the show, do drop by the Mentor Graphics booth [Hall 5, Stand 324] and say Hi.