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Booking Private Meetings
Private meetings are booked through bkk19.skedda.com and your personal calendar (i.e. Google Calendar). View detailed instructions here.

For Speakers
Please add your presentation to Sched.com by attaching a pdf file to your session (under Extras > + File). We will export these presentations daily and feature on the connect.linaro.org website here. Videos will be uploaded as we receive them (if the video of your session cannot be published please let us know immediately by emailing connect@linaro.org).

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Paolo Valente

Linaro
Linaro, Collaborator, Assistant professor
Paolo Valente is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at the
University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy, and a collaborator of
the Linaro engineering organization. Paolo's main activities focus on
scheduling algorithms for storage devices, transmission links and
CPUs. In this respect, Paolo is the author of the last version of the
BFQ I/O scheduler. BFQ entered the Linux kernel from 4.12, providing
unprecedented low-latency and fairness guarantees. As for transmission
links, Paolo is one of the authors of the QFQ packet scheduler, which
has been in the Linux kernel until 3.7, after that it has been
replaced by QFQ+, a faster variant defined and implemented by Paolo
himself. Finally, Paolo has also defined and implemented other
algorithms, part of which are now in FreeBSD, and has provided new
theoretic results on multiprocessor scheduling.

Paolo has given about forty talks, as an invited speaker or to present
his scientific papers.


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