6th International Workshop on Plan 9

October 20— 21, 2011
Universidad Rey Juan Carlos
Fuenlabrada, Madrid, Spain

Important Dates - Paper Submission - Program - WIP Submission - Registration - Location & Travel - Accommodation - Posters

The workshop aims to bring together researchers, developers and students working on Plan 9 from Bell Labs or related systems, platforms, and projects, to discuss a wide range of system and application ideas and issues.

Previous issues: 1st IWP9 (2006), Rey Juan Carlos University, Madrid, Spain; 2nd IWP9 (2007), Bell Labs, NJ, United States; 3rd IWP9 (2008), University of Thessaly, Volos, Greece; 4th IWP9 (2009), University of Georgia, Athens, GA, United States; 5th IWP9 (2010), Seattle, WA, United States.

Important Dates
Sep 1: Paper submission deadline
Sep 14: Paper acceptance notification
Oct 1: Works in progress submission deadline (may be subject to change)
Oct 7: WIP acceptance notification (may be subject to change)
Oct 10: Registration deadline (may be subject to change)
Oct 13: Camera ready version (may be subject to change)
Oct 20-21: Workshop

Paper Submission
Papers of up to 15 pages must be sent to iwp9papers at lsub.org in PDF or PS format. The call for papers is
here. Please do not forget to include the e-mail address of the contact author. Submissions will be acknowledged via e-mail (please allow for a small delay). Papers must be visually similar to Plan 9 papers that can be found at /sys/doc/9/ in order to compile a homogeneous proceedings book. See for example this paper. These macros and this mkfile can be used to duplicate this look. Please keep this look and feel, use the same fonts and do not include page numbers.

For accepted papers, besides the PDF/PS file, it would be nice if authors could provide a LaTeX (or troff) source in order to facilitate the compilation of the proceedings book. This is not mandatory. Worst case, page numbers and a toc will be added by hand. The workshop proceedings will be published in electronic form. We are also considering the edition of a printed version with ISBN, to be distributed during the workshop.


11:00   Registration (and coffee)
11:50   Welcome + keynote
12:00   panel: news from new systems: osprey, inferno-ports, and nix
13:00   Lunch
14:00   tutorial: Sape Mullender: measuring performance
15:00   talk: From natural hazards to the outer space and to Plan 9
15:45   talk: Gostor: Storage beyond POSIX
16:30   coffee break
17:00   talk: Revisiting User-Level Networking
17:45   talk: Acid your ARM pdf

9:00   talk: FTP-like Streams for the 9P File Protocol
9:45   talk: To Stream Or Not To Stream pdf
10:30   coffee break
11:00   WIP
13:00   lunch
14:00	hellaphone workshop
15:00   jtag workshop
16:00   coffee break
16:30   concluding remarks

WIP Submission
WIP of up to 3 pages must be set to iwp9wip at lsub.org in PDF or PS format. Please do not forget to include the e-mail address of the contact author. Submissions will be acknowledged via e-mail (please allow for a small delay). Formatting requirements are the same as for papers.

Program and Proceedings
Printed copies of the
proceedings will be provided to all participants and authors. An electronic copy will be made available.

The registration deadline is Oct 10th, 2011. To register, please send an e-mail to iwp9reg at lsub.org with your name, affiliation and e-mail address, one per line.

Location & Travel
The workshop will be held in Fuenlabrada, Madrid, Spain, on the campus of the Universidad Rey Juan Cuarlos. For an overview, see
this map. The room reserved is the Salon de Actos in the Dept. I building.
Camino del Molino s/n
28943 — Fuenlabrada —Madrid

How to get there:
Fuenlabrada can be reached from downtown Madrid by train and subway.
By trainFuenlabrada Central station (Line C-5 of Cercanias, RENFE). Then take the subway.
By subwayHospital de Fuenlabrada station (Line 12, metrosur).
By ICBMLat: 40.284043650362996 Lng: -3.8391530513763428

From the metro station, exit through the long corridor, straight ahead. Then go to the department I building. (Spanish version.)

Any hotel downtown Madrid near Atocha (both train and metro station) would be an excellent choice. The Organizing committee recommends Hotel Puerta de Toledo.

Program Committee
Sape Mullender, Bell Labs (PC chair)
Francisco Ballasteros, Lsub, URJC
Brantley Coile, Coraid Inc.
Charles Forsyth, Vita Nuova, Ltd.
Jeff Napper, Bell Labs

Organizing Committee
Francisco Ballesteros, Lsub, URJC
Gorka Guardiola, Lsub, URJC
Sergio de Mingo, Lsub, URJC
Erik Quanstrom, IWP9.org
Enrique Soriano, Lsub, URJC
For further inquiries, please send an e-mail to iwp9trouble at lsub.org.