TRIOS: Conference on Timely Results in Operating Systems
The Conference on Timely Results in Operating Systems (TRIOS) is
an experimental conference that is being held in conjunction
with the SIGOPS Symposium on Operating Systems Principles
(SOSP). Like SOSP, TRIOS solicits papers presenting original
research results on all aspects of computer systems software.
The SOSP conference has an outstanding reputation based, in
part, on its low acceptance rate. Many good systems papers are
rejected and their publication delayed by months or sometimes
years. TRIOS was created as an outlet for such papers to be
published in a more timely manner, thereby benefitting the
authors and the operating systems community.
Checkout the CFP.
|Paper submission deadline: ||April 26, 2013|
|Submission deadline (SOSP Transfers): ||July 8, 2013|
|Acceptance notification: ||August 1, 2013|
|Camera-ready deadline: ||August 30, 2013|
|Conference: ||November 3, 2013|
- The conference will be held on the Sunday before SOSP along with the workshops
- It will accept any submission that meets a moderate standard for acceptability: deals with
operating system issues (as broadly defined by the SOSP Call for Papers), presents a novel result,
uses sound methodology, provides some evidence of practicality, is readable, and fairly presents
- There is no hard limit on the number of accepted papers.
- Both full-length and short submissions are welcome; the length of a paper should be
commensurate with its contribution. Other lengths and formats, if appropriate, may also be
- Each paper with be presented by one of the authors; to accommodate all of the accepted
papers in a one-day event, the conference may use short presentations or parallel sessions or
- Papers can be submitted directly to the TRIOS conference.
- Papers that are submitted to SOSP and rejected will, if desired by the authors, be considered for
publication in TRIOS; these papers will not be re-reviewed (though in some cases additional
reviews may be desired) but rather the TRIOS PC will select papers based on the SOSP reviews.
Authors will have the opportunity to provide a rebuttal to their reviews.
- Doug Terry, Microsoft Research Silicon Valley
- Andrew Baumann, Microsoft Research Redmond
- Tim Brecht, University of Waterloo
- Brad Chen, Google
- Allen Clement, MPI-SWS
- Dilma Da Silva, Qualcomm Research
- Eric Eide, University of Utah
- Rodrigo Fonseca, Brown University
- Steve Gribble, University of Washington
- Gernot Heiser, NICTA and University of New South Wales
- Michael Isard, Microsoft Research Silicon Valley
- Kimberly Keeton, HP Labs
- Brian Noble, University of Michigan
- Nuno Preguiça, Universidade Nova de Lisboa
- Liuba Shrira, Brandeis University
- Mike Spreitzer, IBM Research
- Dan Tsafrir, Technion, Israel Institute of Technology
- Benjamin Wester, Facebook
- Zheng Zhang, Microsoft Research China