I was able to find the slides of my first lectures, back in 2006! Most of the old slides are in pt_BR only, though. Anyways, the Lectures page is up-to-date!
Here is the second article about the deadline scheduler usage I wrote to LWN: Deadline scheduler part 2 — details and usage (LWN.net)
Here is the first article about the deadline scheduler usage I wrote to LWN: Deadline scheduling part 1 — overview and theory
This is the first paper of my main thesis topic, which is modeling the behavior of real-time tasks on Linux. The reference for the paper is:
D. B. de Oliveira, R. S. de Oliveira, T. Cucinotta and L. Abeni, “Automata-based modeling of interrupts in the Linux PREEMPT RT kernel,” 2017 22nd IEEE International Conference on Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation (ETFA), Limassol, 2017, pp. 1-8.
Here are the slides of the Sched deadline – Open Issues lecture I gave at Linux Plumbers 2017 and at DevConf 2018.