Brussels / 3 & 4 February 2024


Nick Kossifidis

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I wanted to become a musician, instead I became a physicist, and ended up working on network/systems engineering, security, wireless community networks, community radio stations, and lots of cool stuff and projects over the years. For the past few years I do system bring up on various prototypes based on RISC-V, low level system software etc at the Foundation for Research and Technology Hellas (FORTH) in Greece, and I try to help out a few of our university's students. I also contribute to RISC-V mainly on security related issues, as the chair of Runtime Integrity SIG, and the chair/vice chair of the TEE TG before that. Among the projects I'm working on these days is RISER (, which aims to develop the first all European RISC-V cloud server infrastructure.


Title Day Room Track Start End
A few limitations in the available fs-related system calls
Sunday UB5.132 Kernel devroom 15:45 16:15