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The Operating Systems Group

The TUD:OS (TU Dresden Operating Systems) group's objective is to reduce complexity for critical systems by orders of magnitude. To this end, we research, develop and use our own micro-kernel and virtualization technology. We use micro-kernels to componentise critical parts of systems and virtualisation to enable reuse of legacy software for uncritical parts.

It is our objective to combine ambitious systems research with profound education in operating systems and related areas. We try to push research and development far enough such that its results can be used outside of our group, for example by other research groups or as starting points for industrial partners. read more ...

 

TUD:OS among the winners of German IT Security Award

The L4Re operating system, base of the secure system design for smartphones and co-developed by TUD:OS, Kernkonzept, Trust2Core and T-Systems is among the winners of the 2014 German IT Security Award sponsored by Horst-Goertz-Stiftung. read more ...

 

GI Operating Systems Meetup, 22nd/23rd May 2014

The OS Chair hosted the 2014 Spring Meeting of the German Society for Informatics' Interest Group on Operating Systems. read more ...

 

OS group organizes microkernel devroom at FOSDEM 2014

At [FOSDEM 2014](https://fosdem.org/2014/) in Brussels the OS group will host the 'Microkernel and Component-based Operating Systems' devroom. FOSDEM provides a forum for open source enthusiasts to collaborate. Each year the microkernel devroom brings together hackers of all spectrums of the microkernel community. Check out the Call for Participation, if you are interested: read more ...

 
 
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