Scheduling and Timing Analysis for Safety Critical Systems
Dr. Iain Bate
University of York, UK
The aims of this presentation are to:
* to give some background on the domain and applications for the
systems I have worked on (in the field of real-time systems)
* to look at the work I did for my thesis, which was basically to
augment current theory to support `real' development
* to give some indications of the current work that I am doing
* to tell you what I believe are the `real' challenges for the next
generation of real-time/embedded/safety-critical systems
An important and interesting topic is that Iain will discuss how the
results of university research can be made useful in real project
settings in industrial development.
Place: Room: 1406
Time: September 29, 1999 at 13.15 (+ coffee and discussion)
Room 1406 is in Building 1, Floor 4, room 06
(in the southern part of the building).
Help on how get here and
MIC campus drawing.
There will be an extended period for discussions after the seminar nourished by cakes and coffee.
Updated 27-Sep-1999 10:51 by Roland Grönroos
e-mail: info -at- astec.uu.se