Eurosys is the the European chapter of ACM SIGOPS. EuroSys goals are to act as a focal point for researchers in the area of systems and to contribute to increase the visibility of systems research in Europe by providing forums for researchers and practitioners to meet and communicate. EuroSys opeartes exclusively for educational and scientific purposes to promote excellence in Computer Systems education, research and industry in Europe but also reaching out to other systems researchers worldwide.

EuroSys strives to maintain a broad interest in all areas of Computer Science directly related or having an impact on the development, design, architecture, deployment, and operation of software and hardware systems. Topics of interest include: operating systems, networking, distributed systems, security, real-time systems, cloud computing, data management, language runtimes, middleware, ubiquitous computing, embedded systems, as well as a wide range of applications.

The core of the chapter's activities is the annual EuroSys conference.

EuroSys 2017 - 23-26 April 2016, Belgrade, Serbia

Abstract Submission     October 14, 2016
Full paper Submission   October 21, 2016

More information on the conference web page: EuroSys 2017

---Past Events

EuroSys 2016 - 18th-21st April 2016, London

Best student paperTetriSched: Global Rescheduling with Adaptive Plan-ahead in Dynamic Heterogeneous Clusters. Alexey Tumanov, Timothy Zhu, Jun Woo Park (Carnegie Mellon University), Michael A. Kozuch (Intel Labs), Mor Harchol-Balter, Gregory R. Ganger (Carnegie Mellon University)

Best paper: A Study of Modern Linux API Usage and Compatibility: What to Support When You're Supporting. Chia-Che Tsai, Bhushan Jain, Nafees Ahmed Abdul, Donald E. Porter (Stony Brook University)

More information on the conference web page: EuroSys 2016

Eurosys 2015 - April 21-24, 2015

Best Paper: PowerLyra: Differentiated Graph Computation and Partitioning on Skewed GraphsRong Chen, Jiaxin Shi, Yanzhe Chen, and Haibo Chen (Shanghai Jiao Tong University).

Best Student Paper: NBA (Network Balancing Act): A High-performance Packet Processing Framework for Heterogeneous Processors. Joongi Kim, Keon Jang, Keunhong Lee, Sangwook Ma, Junhyun Shim, and Sue Moon (KAIST)

More information on the conference web page: EuroSys 2015