Komplexa inbyggda system i realtid

Inom Komplexa inbyggda system fokuserar forskarna på implementering och analys av realtidssystem.



Alessandro Papadopoulos




Thomas Nolte



Särskilt fokus finns på multiprocessor schemaläggningstekniker, synkroniseringsprotokoll, förutsägbar implementering av realtidssystem, kompositionell teori och teknik och liknande ämnen relaterade till förutsägbarhet i realtidssystem.

Gruppen arbetar också med kommunikationsprotokoll och arkitekturer baserade på Switched Ethernet. Den senaste forskningsriktningen är moln och industriell Internet of Things (IoT). Sammanfattning: timing, implementering, analys och modellering av komplexa inbäddade realtidssystem.

Gruppen bedriver forskning inom följande områden:

  • Multiprocessor schemaläggning och -synkronisering
  • Förutsägbar implementering av realtidssystem
  • Källkodsanalys för industriellt inbyggd programvara
  • Simuleringsbaserad analys av komplexa inbäddade system
  • Stokastisk och statistisk analys av realtidssystem
  • Kommunikationer i realtid
  • Adaptiva och omkonfigurerbara realtidssystem
  • Kompositionell implementering och analys av realtidssystem
  • Cloud och Industriell Internet of Things

Pågående forskningsprojekt

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Projektansvarig vid MDH: Cristina Seceleanu

Huvudfinansiering: KK-stiftelsen

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Projektansvarig vid MDH: Thomas Nolte

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Projektansvarig vid MDH: Saad Mubeen

Huvudfinansiering: Vinnova

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Projektansvarig vid MDH: Kristina Lundqvist

Huvudfinansiering: KK-stiftelsen

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Projektansvarig vid MDH: Thomas Nolte

Huvudfinansiering: KK-stiftelsen

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Projektansvarig vid MDH: Hans A Hansson

Huvudfinansiering: Stiftelsen för Strategisk Forskning

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Projektansvarig vid MDH: Mikael Sjödin

Huvudfinansiering: KK-stiftelsen

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Projektansvarig vid MDH: Thomas Nolte

Huvudfinansiering: Vetenskapsrådet

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Projektansvarig vid MDH: Marjan Sirjani

Huvudfinansiering: KK-stiftelsen