Our mission

LAGs main goals are to provide its members with space for improving their programming competences and to increase awareness of modern, open technologies and the benefits they carry, focusing on work around open source operating systems such as Linux or Zephyr.

What we do?

Develop new software

Contribute to existing projects

Create documentation

Have fun and tinker with Linux


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Buildroot is a simple and efficient tool to generate embedded Linux systems through cross-compilation. It can handle cross-compilation toolchain, root filesystem generation, kernel image compilation and bootloader compilation.

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Singularity is an open-source, cross-platform computer program that performs operating-system-level virtualization known as containerization. It allows to create and run containers that package up pieces of software in a way that is portable and reproducible.

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How to join

In order to apply for a membership at LAG you need to click the ‘Join us’ button on our website and fill out the application form. Once the form has been reviewed and approved you will receive a confirmation email. We will also ask you to sign the paper version of the form on the first LAG meeting you attend.

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LAG at Researchers Night

7 months ago

The first LAG meeting

7 months ago

Open season for registration at LAG has begun

8 months ago

Open source internships

9 months ago

We are on the lookout for inspiration

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Adam Olech 🦆


I am a Computer Science student at Poznan University of Technology and a Software Engineer at Antmicro. My fields of interest include: virtualization, distributed computing, embedded systems and web development. I am a proud founder of Linux Academic Group. I started this project because I strongly believe that Linux and open-source is all about like-minded people getting together and pushing the open ecosystem forward.

I received the B.S. and M.S. degree in Computer Engineering from Poznan University of Technology, in 2007 and 2009, respectively. I received Ph.D. degree in Computer Science in 2016 also from Poznan University of Technology. My research interests include analog circuit design, optimization of circuit, VLSI design, automation of design process.

Mariusz Naumowicz 🎓


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Knowledge base

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  • Generally the answer is ‘yes’ - the periodic meetings are meant for LAG members, however a LAG member can get you in for a specific meeting. If you enjoy it, just apply for a membership.

  • Generally, the periodic meetings are meant for PUT students who are members of LAG. On some special occasions we will invite outside speakers or presenters. This, however, will be coordinated with the LAG’s board. We are also planning to host some larger events that will be open to non-members as well.

  • Yes, you must attend our meetings in order to remain an active member. However, it’s not a big deal if you skip one or two of them due to some important reasons.

  • All you need to do to apply for a membership at LAG is click the ‘Join us’ button and then fill out the form. Once your application has been reviewed and accepted you will receive a confirmation email. We will also ask you to sign the paper version of the form at the first LAG meeting you attend.

  • Yes, LAG is open for cooperation and new ideas. Openness is one of our founding values. If you have anything specific in mind, please contact our chairperson.

  • Our lectures, presentations and any other events we organize are always free of charge.


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