The Model-driven Engineering subprogram tackles the design challenges for emerging electronic systems. New and improved models of computation should be able to cope with system dynamics and mixed criticalities and target integration of discrete-event, continuous and stochastic modeling. Efficient, effective, multi-objective design space exploration and synthesis techniques are needed to explore the extremely large design spaces for electronic systems. Multi- and interdisciplinary paradigms supporting the co-development of electronic systems, embedded software, regulatory (feedback) control and supervisory control are needed.
Efficient Stream Processing Lab
The Efficient Stream Processing lab focusses on addressing the key challenges in this design flow, i.e. developing adaptive programming...
Embedded Control Systems Lab
The ECS Lab focusses on co-design and optimization methods for control systems implemented on resource-constraint embedded platforms. Tool...
Networked Embedded Systems Lab
The Networked Embedded Systems Lab focusses on design, analysis, and optimization of reliable and low-power embedded networks as a main...
Signal Processing for Communications Lab
The ubiquity of modern communications systems has revolutionized the way we interact both with other people and with machines