The Swiss Unix Conference (SUCON) will be held
September 2-4, 2004 at the Technopark in Zurich,
SUCON is a emerging conference focused on topics
related to the Unix operating system. Our goal
is to bring together developers, system administrators
and users in the field of Unix to foster projects,
ideas and the knowledge of every individual.
and benefit from early bird registration discounts.
Call for Sponsors
We are still looking for sponsors to help fund the
event. See our Sponsors
for more information.
See kernel developers from various free operating systems
talking about kernel internals, ongoing work and plans.
Get to know the latest system management automation tools,
spam fighting techniques and learn how to manage hundreds
of Unix boxes.
Learn about quality issues in free software and how to
fix them, hear about law aspects regarding free software
and get to know howto particpate in the Debian project.
Hear from the developers of free video applications such as
MPlayer, xine, or Videolan. Learn about multimedia on UNIX
or just relax while watching a multimedia show presenting
the past 10 years of multimedia.
Listen to experts talking about networking topics such as
provider issues, IPv6, Quality of Service, new standards, etc.
Hear about security techniques such as RSBAC or learn
how to do disk encryption.
Early Bird Registrations due: August 9, 2004
Poster proposals due: July 15, 2004
Camera-ready final papers due: August 15, 2004
Experts and leaders from various fields related
to UNIX have been invited to present ongoing work,
inform about plans or talk about the past.
Below is a list of some of the speakers...
Linux Kernel Hackers
- Jamal Hadi Salim
- Patrick Mochel
- Rik van Riel
- Theodore Ts'o
- David Mosberger
- Andre Oppermann
- Hendrik Scholz
- Henning Brauer
- Hubert Feyrer
- Poul-Henning Kamp
- David Rosenthal
- Martin Michlmayr
- Samuel Hocevar
- Thomas Lange
- Alexandre Cassen
- Chris Welti
- Peter Bieringer
- Alex Beregszaszi
- Mike Melanson
... and many more.
Thomas Graf, University of Technology Rapperswil
Attila Kinali, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich
Ihsan Dogan, Sun Microsystems
Roberto Nibali, University of Technology, Zurich
Thomas Vogt, SolNet, Zuchwil
Tobias Oetiker, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich
Elian Kool, DATALINE AG, Horgen