Speaker - Rafael Wysocki
Rafael maintains the Linux kernel’s power management infrastructure (since 2009) and the core ACPI support code (since 2012). He works at Intel (in the System Software Engineering division) and focuses mainly on the mainline Linux kernel development. Rafael has been actively contributing to Linux since 2005, in particular to the kernel’s suspend/hibernate subsystem, power management in general (ACPI PM, PCI PM, PM-runtime, CPUFreq, CPUIdle, PM QoS, wakeup sources framework etc.), hot-plug infrastructure, ACPI and PCI support and more. Before joining Intel in 2012 he worked at the Faculty of Physics of the University of Warsaw as a lecturer, sysadmin and IT support specialist, and he ran a business of his own as a Linux and IT consultant. Rafael holds a PhD in physics from the University of Warsaw, Poland (2002).
- Evolution of Suspend-to-Idle Support in The Linux Kernel – Sunday 4:40 p.m.–5:25 p.m. in Blemings Labs