The ELISA community will be collaborating virtually for the May Workshop on May 18-20. Over twenty sessions with focus ranging from new community member orientation, project strategy, work group update, to Linux kernel, lightning talks, and specific safety topics, are being planned over the course of the 3 days plus an add-on tutorial on your first kernel patch on Thursday.

Please Register by 5pm EDT, Friday May 15 to receive a calendar invite for the sessions on the schedule below. We look forward to your participation!

Monday, May 18th

11:00 – 11:55 UTC

ELISA Newcomers Introduction: Lukas Bulwahn & Elana Copperman

12:00 – 12:25 UTC

Welcome ELISA Workshop: Kate Stewart & Lukas Bulwahn

12:30 – 13:25 UTC

ELISA Strategy Update: Chris Temple 

13:30 – 13:55 UTC

Linux in Basic Safety Applications: Jason Smith

14:00 – 14: 55 UTC

All about Kernel CI: Shuah Khan & Kevin Hilman

15:00 – 15:55 UTC

Medical Devices Working Group Update: Kate Stewart

16:00 – 16:55 UTC

Software Lockstep: Corey Minyard

17:00 – 17:55 UTC

First Attempts at Data Analytics of Kernel Patch Review: Anmol Singh 

Tuesday, May 19th

9:00 – 9:55 UTC

CRC implementations, safety and reliability: Elana Copperman

10:00 – 10:55 UTC

Measures and techniques tailoring by property equivalence in context of IEC 61508: Nicholas Mc Guire & Jens Petersohn

11:00 – 11:55 UTC

Kernel Development Process Working Group Update: Elana Copperman

12:00 – 12:55 UTC

Linux for safety characteristics: Shuah Khan

13:00 – 13:55 UTC

Safe Linux features (.config settings): Elana Copperman

14:00 – 14:55 UTC

Safety Architecture Working Group Update: Gabriele Paoloni

15:00 – 15:55 UTC

Callgraph Tool and its Use for Architectural Analysis: Primary Author/Presenter: Marijo Simunovic

16:00 – 16:55 UTC

Lightening Talk Session: Lukas Bulwahn

Wednesday, May 20th

9:00 – 9:55 UTC

Syzkaller Fuzzing, Handling Syzkaller Repros as Known Issues, and Extensions to Syzkaller: Primary Author/Presenter: Jouni Hogander & Jukka Kaartinen

10:00 – 10:55 UTC

Stress-ng for kernel testing: Colin King & Eli Hibshoosh

11:30 – 11:55 UTC

ELISA-AGL Working Group Session: Naoto YAMAGUCHI

12:00 – 12:55 UTC

ELISA Automotive Working Group Kick off: Gabriele Paoloni

13:00 – 14:25 UTC

Fault hypothesis and technical measures to ensure integrity on a process memory within a mixed criticality environment: Thomas Brinker

14:30 – 15:00 UTC

Workshop Wrapup: Kate Stewart & Lukas Bulwahn

Thursday, May 21st

13:00 – 13:55 UTC

Tutorial to my first own kernel Patch: Shuah Khan