In this short two minute presentation, I introduce myself and my fundamental and academic research into design methodologies for cyber-physical systems. I sketch a high-level view of the problem and outline a direction based on model-based engineering in which my previous work into domain-specific languages and analysis non-functional behavior fits. For a more elaborate description of my research, please have a look at my research page.
Today, we congratulate Yonghui Li on an accepted paper at ECRTS. The paper is entitled Dynamic Command Scheduling for Real-Time Memory Controllers and presents both an architecture and analysis for a dynamically scheduled SDRAM controller supporting different transaction sizes and memory map configurations. This is Yonghui’s first accepted paper and we are proud to see that it got very good reviews from one of the most competitive conferences in the field. Now the work begins on preparing a camera-ready version and making the scheduling algorithm publicly available for comparisons in community.