Welcome to the oral presentations sessions, Friday June 9, 2006!
Each group has approximately 15 minutes for the presentation, and 5 minutes for questions, discussion, and setting up the next group.
There is one session for the operating systems presentations, which you must attend and participate in to get the credit.
Please have a look at the written essays (links will appear below) before the talk, if you can.
Directly after the OS presentations, there will be a presentation of the M.Sc project Automated Replicant Software Attacks in Linux Systems by Pablo Barron, which I think you will also find interesting from an operating systems approach. (This presentation will probably be longer, around 30-40 minutes.)
(The titles of the presentations are preliminary, and will be updated when I get your essays.)