ACM Special Interest Group in Operating Systems (SIGOPS) addresses a broad spectrum of issues associated with operating systems research and development. Members are drawn from a broad community spanning industry, academia, and government. SIGOPS supports many conferences and workshops. We also hand out awards to recognize and honor those that have made important contribution to … Read moreSIGOPS 2019 Awards
Fernando Corbató passed away on July 12th at the age of 93.
The community of computer systems researchers is working on an unprecedentedly broad range of topics, ranging from the small (energy-independent embedded devices) to the large (brain-scale deep learning), simultaneously addressing technology discontinuities (End of Moore’s Law and Energy Wall), new challenges in security and privacy, and the rise of artificial intelligence. In this new era, breakthroughs … Read moreNSF Workshop Report on Interdisciplinary Research Challenges in Computer Systems
The 27th ACM Symposium on Operating Systems Principles seeks to present exciting, innovative research related to the design, implementation, analysis, evaluation, and deployment of computer systems software.