The second ELISA Workshop is planned for:
Date: 2019-09-16 and 2019-09-17
Time: 9:00 to 17:30 BST (breakfast available at 8:00 and lunch provided)
Venue (Changed): Crick Room, University Arms (https://universityarms.com/)
Address: University Arms, Regent Street, Cambridge, CB2 1AD
This workshop will be focused on technical topics to further evolve the discussions from the first workshop held in June. Initial suggestions currently include application of AnnexQR, openAPS use case, and bridging multiple safety standards and etc. The workshop will also include working together on first project ideas and setting up groups to continue work with the experts available at this face-to-face meeting. Anyone interested in software quality management around the Linux kernel, software safety management and engineering of pre-existing, tool development for Linux kernel development and investigations of the Linux kernel sources should attend.
The workshop is intended to be considered an open discussion and shall allow groups to start small project work on the topics we identified interesting, based on the different skills and interests of the participants. The exact agenda is open to discussion on the ELISA mailing list and up to the participants to finally decide.
The workshop is open to everyone, but you would need to register for the workshop by 2019-09-10 by sending back a registration email on the ELISA mailing list (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Recommended hotels are listed below. Please note, we have not contracted rooms at these properties and cannot guarantee rates or availability.
If you have any further questions, please join and ask them on the ELISA mailing list.