Meeting in May 2015

We are welcome to the 4th conference “Actual Problems of Systems and Software Engineering” on 20 and 21 May of 2015. Please register on site http://ir.miem.edu.ru/.

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April, 16th: Developing of innovative commerсial software (f.e., Parallels Cloud Server)

Dmitry Mishin

Dmitry Mishin — Project Leader in Server Virtualization Department of Parallels. He was graduated from “System programming” department of MIPT based on Institute for System Programming of Russian Academy of Sciences (ISPRAS). Since 2004 he works at Parallels. Since 2006 he leads projects in area of server virtualization.

Sergey Bronnikov

Sergey Bronnikov — head of department on testing of Parallels Cloud Server and Parallels Containers for Windows. He works at Parallels since 2005. He started as a tester of Parallels Desktop for Mac. Then he organized testing of Parallels Server Bare Metal 4.0. Sergey is interested in testing of open-source, increasing of quality of open-source software.

Please feel free to email your questions to sdat@ispras.ru or by twitter @sdat_seminar.

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March, 19th: The first RUssian open-source Network OS

Alexander Shalimov

Alexander Shalimov

Alexander Shalimov — Senior Programmer-Developer at Applied Research Center for Computer Networks, Russia, and a Researcher at Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia. He received Ph.D. in computer science. Summer 2010, he was an intern at Microsoft Research, Redmond, USA. From July, 2011 till July, 2012, he was a Visiting Researcher at Microsoft Research, Redmond, USA. Research interests are computer networks, computer architectures, and compilers.

Please feel free to email your questions to sdat@ispras.ru or by twitter @sdat_seminar.

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February, 19th: Modular mission-critical operating system (MOS OP)

Frolov Alexander

Frolov Alexander

Alexander Frolov is a developer of Wise Technique. His team develops software for avionics (for example, Object Control System RRJ-express for Sukhoi Civil Aircraft and Perspective Information-Control Field of Cockpits for Flight Research Center). His talk will be devoted to ideas of operating systems research and development (mainly for MOS OP) and software developing for these operating systems.

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January, 22nd: NPS — an alternative approach to computer networks simulation

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December, 18th: “React OS” operating system

Bragin Aleksey

Bragin Aleksey

Aleksey Bragin is a president of the “ReactOS” foundation. He was graduated from Bauman MSTU (he got master degree from IU7 department, and finished post-graduate studying).

ReactOS® is an effort to create a Free and Open Source replacement for the Microsoft Windows NT® family that is compatible with both applications and drivers. The NT® architecture has always been highly flexible and powerful and its continued dominance in the computer industry means it is one of the most supported family of operating systems in existence, with its latest iteration being Windows 8.
As these days operating systems are little more than gateways to applications that users want to run, an open source NT implementation would allow users to continue using familiar programs in a familiar environment. The project seeks to embrace the strengths of the NT family while avoiding many of the configuration decisions that made older versions of Windows vulnerable and maintaining a lightweight environment so that a computer’s resources can be dedicated to what really matters to the user, running their applications.

Please feel free to email your questions to sdat@ispras.ru or by twitter @sdat_seminar.

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November, 20th: Phantom OS

Dmitry Zavalishin

Dmitry Zavalishin

Dmitry Zavalishin is co-founder and head of “Digital Zone”. He created network magazine “dz-online”. Since 2002 Dmitry worked at Yandex (projects «Яндекс-гуру», «Яндекс-маркет»). In august 2005 Dmitry Zavalishin founded Digital Zone company, http://dz.ru/. Now Digital Zone is developing Phantom OS.

Please feel free to email your questions to sdat@ispras.ru or by twitter @sdat_seminar.

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October, 16th: State-of-the-art and perspectives of supercomputer technologies, actual problems.

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Leonid Eisymont

Leonid Eisymont

Leonid Eisymont is affiliated with FSUE “NII KVANT” now. He is graduated from the Moscow Engineering Physics Institute (1973). In 1983 he has received a Ph.D. in computer science from the Institute of Applied Mathematics of Academy of Sciences of USSR. Science interests are hardware and software, evolution of hardware components for high performance supercomputers, functional and non-procedural programming languages.

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May, 22nd: Code generation as mathematical programming problem

Sergey Samborskiy

Sergey Samborskiy

Sergey V. Samborskiy, Nadezhda I. Viukova, Vladimir A. Galatenko — Scientific Research Institute for System Analysis, Russian Academy of Sciences, Division of Compiler Technologies. Science interests are programming systems, algorithms complexity, mathematical programming and optimization problems.

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April, 17th: Extendable programs

Mikhail Gorbunov-Possadov (photo)

Mikhail Gorbunov-Possadov

Mikhail Gorbunov-Possadov — head of department, doctor of science, USSR Council of Ministers Prize Laureate (1986).

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