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Real-Time Middleware Seminar 2007

IBM Haifa Labs

Invitation Program Registration Abstracts Call for Papers

April 15, 2007
Organized by IBM Research Lab in Haifa, Israel

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09:00 Registration, Light Refreshments

09:30 Opening remarks,
Michael Rodeh, VP, Technology Blending, IBM Software and Technology Group

09:45 ProMo - A Scalable and Efficient Middleware for Real-Time Online Data Delivery,
Haggai Roitman, Avigdor Gal (Technion), Louiqa Raschid (U. Maryland)

10:15 Event-Driven Approach for Real-Time Enterprise,
David Botzer, Manager, SW Tools & Event Systems, IBM

10:45 Real-Time Messaging: Financial Industry, and Beyond,
Gidon Gershinsky, Messaging Architect, IBM

11:15 Coffee Break

11:30 Military SOA in the Tactical Arena, The Challenges,
Lt. Col. Doron Horesh, R&D Unit, Israeli Ministry of Defense

12:00 The Tendency of the Embedded Market,
Arik Weinstein, Senior Application Engineer Mentor Graphics Israel - Embedded Division

12:30 Second Generation of Event Processing,
Opher Etzion, STSM, Lead Architect, Event Processing ESB Technical Strategy, IBM Software Group

13:00 Lunch

14:00 Keynote: Dynamic Real-Time Complex Event Processing,
Greg Porpora, Real-Time and Complex Event Processing (CEP), IBM Federal

14:45 Real-Time Scheduling Algorithms for Fault Diagnostics of Computer Communication networks,
Eugene Levner (Holon Inst Tech), David Alcalde (U La Laguna), Vladimir Vishnevsky, Sergey Frenkel and Viktor Zakharov (Russ. Acad. Sci.)

15:15 Wind River's Hard Real-Time Solutions,
Moti Elkayam, Technical Account Manager, Wind River

15:45 Coffee Break

16:00 CEP for Location Awareness and Embedded Applications,
Ella Rabinovich, IBM

16:30 Delay Analysis of Real-Time Data Dissemination,
Harel Paz, IBM

17:00 Real-Time Programming in Java,
Konstantin Shagin, IBM


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