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Tracing Summit 2008 : List of Participants


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CodeSourcery

Nathan Sidwell / CodeSourcery GNU toolchain developer for 9 years involved in C++ front-end development and ports to several architectures. Nathan now manages the GNU toolchain team at CodeSourcery.

Concordia University

Sofiene Tahar / Concordia Dr. Tahar's research interests include Hardware Specification and Verification, Formal Methods, VLSI Design Automation, Communications Hardware and Protocols. He is founder and director of the Hardware Verification Group (HVG) at Concordia, which focuses on the development of methodologies, algorithms and tools for formal and semi-formal verification of hardware and embedded systems.

Defence R&D Canada

Eric Martin / Dir IM Secur Requirement manager for the DND/CF Enterprise Information Security Environment.

Guy Turcotte / Defence R&D Canada Heading the “Systems of Systems” section at DRDC Valcartier.

Mario Couture / Defence R&D Canada Defence scientist specialised in software robustness and security that typically rely greatly on continuous monitoring of critical assets.

Nawel Chefai / Defence R&D Canada Defence scientist specialized in system performance with a focus on Command and Control system performances over disadvantaged networks.

Paul Lamoureux / Dir IM Secure Security analyst for DND/CF IT infrastructures specifically interested in adverse technology exploitation that could impact the national security.

Robert Charpentier / Defence R&D After working at CAE Electronics on flight simulators, joined Canada Defense Research at Valcartier where he specialized in infrared imagery and space-based surveillance. His current research interests are in secure interoperability and software robustness.

Roch Decoste / RMCP-GRC Part of the RCMP's Technological Crime Branch, Network & Information Operations Team. He performs investigations on "Unauthorized Access” (hacking files) as well as International Botnet and Phishing cases where tracing multi-core executions is becoming essential.

ENEA

Sven Lundblad / ENEA Technical responsible and team leader for the Enea Tools Team. Sven has worked with debugging tools for more than 10 years and in addition Sven have, within ENEA, held a position at the OSE System Architecture board and headed a high availability platform team.

Ericsson

Alf Larsson / Ericsson / Cello Packet Platform (CPP) System designer work with the Development platform (DTE) used by designers building applications on top of CPP. Main responsible of the functionality Debug, Trace and Profiling in embedded systems. Have a broad knowledge from HW, Real-time OS and large distributed systems.

Anders Caspár / Ericsson / Ericsson Software Research Director SW Research

Bo Nilsson / Ericsson / Mobile Platform Working with dynamic logging and control interface on a low level. Been at Ericsson more than four years, the first three years in System Test, developing test cases and the platform for those.

Carlo Vitucci / Ericsson / AXE-RP In 1994 he graduated in Telecommunication Electronics Engineering. Since 1996 he is an Ericsson employee, where he is Specialist Embedded Software designer. Since 2001, he is involved in the PISATEL consortium, taking care of Real Time Operating System research together with Scuola Superiore S.Anna. http://www.linkedin.com/in/carlovitucci

Dominique Toupin / Ericsson / PM&T DISW Has been working at Ericsson on software engineering improvements with the open source community, researchers and commercial companies. He developed systems to manage wireless networks.

François Chouinard / Ericsson / Methods and Tools Software Architect and Designer working on embeddedsystem debugging and load-simulation tools. He holds a BSc. in Computer Science from UQAM and is currently working on the Eclipse Device Software Development Platform project as a Committer.

Joel Huselius / Ericsson / Cello Packet Platform (CPP) Currently working at Ericsson, where his main interests are issues relating to debug and observability of the CPP platform. His main research interests are debugging, automated modeling, and the long-term evolution of legacy real-time systems."

Jonas Strömgren / Ericsson / AXE-CP Systems Tester

Marc Khouzam / Ericsson / Methods and Tools Software designer working on embedded-system debugging as well as load-simulation tools. He holds a Masters in Mathematics from the University of Waterloo and is currently working on the Eclipse Device Software Development Platform project as a Committer.

Marco Masse / Ericsson / Methods and Tools Development Manager. He manages a central tools organization that is responsible for developing internal tools and simulators for the Ericsson R&D community. He holds a BSc in Software Engineering from University of Sherbrooke and is currently working on managing several Eclipse based tool projects.

Maria Toeroe / Ericsson / Research & Innovation Researcher

Niclas Gustafsson / Ericsson /AXE-CP Designer

Onofrio Amendola / Ericsson / AXE-IO Software Engineer and team leader in AXE-IO area. In Ericsson since 2000 always working in the open system areas on several projects and products: GSM On the Net, IMA, Minilink Manager, LI-IMS and APG. Recently also Method & Tool and SW process owner in AXE-IO area.

Paola Delsante / Ericsson Marconi Broadband Access Area Working in Marconi/Ericsson since 1997 in Software Design. Currently involved in Genova BroadBand Access area as a Software Technical Coordinator.

Peter Smith / Ericsson / RedBack Best Practice Advocate at Redback Networks, he has been with the company for almost 10 years and has been a software engineer, a project manager, and a tools manager. His current role is to identify weak spots in the engineering processes and tools, as well as to research and introduce new ways of alleviating those weak spots.

Pierre Boucher / Ericsson / Research & Innovation Director for Research at Ericsson's R&D center in Montreal. He is responsible for research activities on broadband systems and for the R&D center's collaborative research and innovation projects with universities and institutions. Areas covered by his group include fixed-mobile convergence, service architectures, software and advanced radio applications.

Samir Douik / Ericsson / IM&T Director Infrastructure Methods and Tools

Stephan Bill / Ericsson / PM&T Senior specialist working to support the area of Integration and Verification with respect to methods and tools. His focus is on test management and integration to other areas.

Tamás Eiler / Ericsson / Telecom Service Platform (TSP) I've been working with Ericsson TSP for more than 3 years. Currently working as technical coordinator in one of the subsystems and as a system engineer responsible for various functional areas.

Freescale

Steve Furr / Freescale Senior architect within the Developer Technology Organization which develops the CodeWarrior software development tools. He is responsible for defining the architecture for future trace and software debug products. Prior to joining Freescale, Steve acquired more than 12 years of experience in the embedded software industry in senior engineering and product management roles at QNX Software Systems. While at QNX, Steve led the team that produced the first prototypes that culminated in the Eclipse CDT project.

IBM

Beth Tibbitts / IBM Research Veteran of software development in IBM, including software for Expert Systems, debuggers, education, ADHD children. Beth is now an avid Eclipse developer and is a committer on the Parallel Tools Platform Project, developing tools for high performance computing users. Cover PTP, existing core, debugger, performance and analysis tools, and frameworks that we are beginning to create to ease the introduction of other existing tools into the Eclipse workbench.

Eugene Chan / IBM Autonomic Computing Tools and Technologies group Eugene has been a committer on the Eclipse Test and Performance Tools project (TPTP) since its launch at Eclipse.org in 2002. Eugene had been focusing on the user interface of the TPTP project.

Robert Wisniewski / IBM Research Currently working at IBM's T.J. Watson Research Center as a research scientist and manager of the Blue Gene Research Software Team, he has worked on many performance analysis projects focused on High Performance Computing project including SGI IRIX and Origin machines, K42, a scalable OS project targeted at next generation scalable machines, LTT (Linux Trace Toolkit), and CPO (Continuous Program Optimization), which is aimed at using vertically integrated performance data to automatically improve the performance of both applications and the underlying system.

Steven Shaw / IBM Rational 15 years industry experience with 10 years developing modeling tools. Former lead of the Rose RealTime product which had a UML Debugging capability on an embedded target. One of the architects / leads of the GMF open source project and former contributor. Currently working on extensions for RSD in the embedded space.

Laval University

Béchir Ktari / Université Laval Professor focusing on security issues

Monta Vista

Stuart Fullmer / MontaVista Engineer at MontaVista software for the tools development team. Create and integrate Eclipse plugins and features to simplify and speed up the development time of applications and systems utilizing our Linux offerings.

Nokia

Eero Tamminen / Nokia / Maemo Managing open source system analysis tools at Nokia for maemo, his main interests are in the area of accurate debugging (tracing) of potential system wide issues and good tools to analyze and visualize that information.

Oracle

Elena Zannoni / Oracle Manager of the Tools and Languages team in the Linux Engineering group at Oracle. Current interests of the team in the monitoring area include Systemtap and utrace. Previous to Oracle, Elena was the Tools team manager at Red Hat.

Polytechnique University

Benjamin Poirier / École Polytechnique M.Sc. student

Gabriel Matni / École Polytechnique M.Sc. student

Mathieu Desnoyers / École Polytechnique Ph.D. student working on system level tracing. He has consulted, worked for or been financed by Autodesk Media and Entertainment, IBM, and Google in the past few years on system level tracing. He recently contributed several performance enhancements patches which have been accepted in the mainline Linux kernel.

Michel Dagenais / École Polytechnique Has been active in the area of system analysis tools for the past 15 years. The Linux Trace Toolkit, developed under his supervision at Ecole Polytechnique, is used throughout the world and gained the cooperation of a large number of industrial contributors over the years from Autodesk Media and Entertainment, Ericsson, Google, IBM, Monte Vista, Sony and others.

Pierre-Marc Fournier / École Polytechnique M. Sc. student

Robert Roy / École Polytechnique He is a professor in the department of Computer and Software Engineering, he is an expert in parallel processing and nuclear engineering applications. This dual expertise brings familiarity with both tracing and other performance analysis tools for high performance systems, and the stringent requirements for security and safety in software for the design and operation of nuclear plants.

RedHat

Andrew Cagney / RedHat, Frysk Technical lead of the Frysk Project; his technical background is in debuggers, hardware and instruction simulators, and operating system internals.

Frank C. Eigler / RedHat, SystemTap Decade-long systems software developer at Red Hat, he has overall technical responsibility for systemtap.

TimeSys

Peter Dibble / TimeSys Distinguished Engineer at TimeSys with almost 20 years experience in embedded/real-time system software including design and implementation of HawkEye for OS-9, a system monitoring and visualization tool. His recent work has been in relatively formal real-time systems and especially in real-time Java. He is the maintenance lead for JSR-1 (RTSJ 1.0) and the spec lead for JSR-282 (RTSJ 1.1.). TimeSys also has an embedded development environment based on Eclipse that should probably be integrated with SystemTap.

Waterloo University

David Taylor / University of Waterloo He is a Professor at the University of Waterloo and Director of the Computer Communication Networks Group. He specializes on techniques and tools for debugging distributed applications, techniques for displaying execution histories of distributed applications and for applying abstraction to large histories so that currently irrelevant detail can be suppressed and relevant features more easily seen.

WindRiver

Andrew McDermott / WindRiver Senior member of technical staff working on OS visualization tools. He is the technical lead for System Viewer -- a software based logic analyzer -- which visualizes trace data from VxWorks and Linux (using LTT/LTTng). He is also the architect for the event database (SQLite), which is used by other analysis and run-time visualization tools that are part of Wind River Workbench.

Felix Burton / WindRiver CTO Office Has been actively engaged in the embedded industry since 1980 when he started as an engineer at Diab. Significant experience architecting and developing embedded systems, operating systems, compilers, debuggers and analysis tools.

ZealCore

Henrik Thane / ZealCore He is a professor at Malardalen Real-Time Research Centre at Malardalen University. He specializes in monitoring and debugging of multi-tasking and multi-pro/core real-time systems, especially replay based debugging but also abstraction, reverse engineering and visualization of recorded data for debugging purposes. However, currently he spends most of the time in the Industry. He is the Market Development manager of ZealCore Embedded Solutions.