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Monday, September 23

3:00pm PDT

SAN19-110 LCG Lightning talks
LCG has had a lighting talks session for a few Connects now. We talk about portions of our work that don't necessarily fit into a full-sized session, but are interesting for members and attendees nevertheless.

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John Stultz

AOSP Devboard/Kernel Developer, Linaro
AOSP devboard and Kernel developer
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Amit Pundir

Senior Engineer, Linaro
Engineer at Linaro Ltd.
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Sumit Semwal

Tech Lead, LCG, Linaro Limited
Sumit leads a motivated team of kernel engineers who work on everything Linux and Android within LCG.

Monday September 23, 2019 3:00pm - 3:50pm PDT
Sunset V (Session 1)
Tuesday, September 24

12:00pm PDT

SAN19-214 Deploying Armv8.x features on Android Runtime
Armv8.2 features has been announced a few years ago, but the uptake of Armv8.2 features in Android has been slow. In 2018, flagship Android phones with ARMv8.2 features start to appear in the market. It is important that Arm's partners products fully exploit the latest architectural features.

In this presentation, we will share our story of deploying ARMv8.x features in Android Runtime (ART), go over the challenges and solutions for enabling those features in lower Android layers, and the optimisations we eventually developed in ART with ARMv8.x instructions.

We will also share the simulator solution we developed for testing & debugging ARMv8.x features easily for Android Runtime without the need of actual hardware.

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Xueliang Zhong

Principal Software Engineer, Mr
For over a decade, Xueliang has been working on high performance interpreters, JIT compilers and binary translation systems projects. In recent years, he has been working on Android Runtime (ART) project, leading a team of engineers to optimise ART for Arm platforms.

Tuesday September 24, 2019 12:00pm - 12:25pm PDT
Sunset IV (Session 2)

12:30pm PDT

SAN19-217 New Android requirements for bootloaders
Android is undergoing serious changes related to boot flow. Those can be mandatory requirements for vendors, especially for new devices. During this session we will review those changes and how it can be implemented in bootloaders, using U-Boot as an example.

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Sam Protsenko

Software Engineer, Linaro
Kernel developer, working in LCG group. Main areas of expertise are: kernel, U-Boot, AOSP (low-level), bare-metal firmwares, Debian. Last few years working mostly with upstream.

Tuesday September 24, 2019 12:30pm - 12:55pm PDT
Sunset IV (Session 2)

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