CSE 451 is an undergraduate course on operating systems. In lectures we will cover xv6, a Unix-like teaching operating system. You will develop your operating system, called JOS, for a standard x86-based personal computer. At the end of this class you will be able to find your way around the source code of most operating systems, and more generally, be comfortable with systems software.

Meetings

Lecture MEB 238, MWF 11:30–12:20
Section AA MGH 254, Th 12:30–1:20
Section AB MGH 254, Th 1:30–2:20
Section AC MGH 234, Th 11:30–12:20

Staff

Lecturer Xi Wang, Allen Center 560, W 12:30-1:30
TA Dilraj Devgun, Allen Center 5th Floor Breakout, W 1:00-2:00
TA Kevin Zhao, Allen Center 007, M 12:30-1:30
TA Matthew Rockett, Allen Center 021, F 9:00-10:00

Communication

The staff mailing list is , but we would prefer that you use the discussion board whenever possible.

You may subscribe to the course calendar using the following URL (e.g., in Apple or Google Calendar):

https://courses.cs.washington.edu/courses/cse451/18au/calendar.ics

Acknowledgments

This course reuses much of the material from past CSE 451 and MIT’s 6.828 / Caffeinated 6.828. Special thanks to 6.828 staff for xv6 and JOS.