The purpose of IDT doctoral student Mohammad Ashjaei’s research is to improve the communication between several embedded systems, and also to ensure that the messages between them are sent at the right time. This creates more secure and resource-effective systems. On 18 November he defended his Licentiate thesis at MDH in Västerås.
Ensuring that a computer’s embedded systems select correct information while maintaining their critical function is a big challenge. Now Leo Hatvani, doctoral student at Mälardalen University (MDH), is presenting a new model to improve safety. In his licentiate thesis he proposes a method by which the computer can select what tasks are to be performed and when, in a way that ensures that everything is done within the given time frame.
Eduard Enoiu is carrying out doctoral studies on safety-critical systems at Mälardalen University (MDH) and has developed a tool that renders the testing of such systems more effective. On Friday, 7 November, he defended his licentiate thesis, where he presented the method behind the tool.