Embedded Systems

Advanced Topics in Embedded Systems

Lecturer Oliver Bringmann
Head
Oliver Bringmann

Lecture 02.09.2019 bis 06.09.2019, 9-18 Uhr
B319, Sand 13
Instructors Adrian Frischknecht
Researcher
Adrian Frischknecht

Alexander Jung
Researcher
Alexander Jung

Alexander von Bernuth
Researcher
Alexander von Bernuth

Christoph Gerum
Researcher
Christoph Gerum

Christoph Groß
Researcher
Christoph Groß

Dennis Hospach
Researcher
Dennis Hospach

Dustin Peterson
Researcher
Dustin Peterson

Evgenia Rusak
Researcher
Evgenia Rusak

Georg Volk
Researcher
Georg Volk

Jo Laufenberg
Researcher
Jo Laufenberg

Joscha Benz
Researcher
Joscha Benz

Konstantin Lübeck
Researcher
Konstantin Lübeck

Michael Kuhn
Researcher
Michael Kuhn

Philipp Schlicker
Researcher
Philipp Schlicker

Stefan Müller
Researcher
Stefan Müller

Yannick Boekle
Researcher
Yannick Boekle

Yumin Zhou
Researcher
Yumin Zhou

Amount 6 LP
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Beschreibung

This lecture discusses current topics and trends in embedded system research with special focus on design, analysis and verification of embedded systems and Systems-on-Chip. The lecture starts with an introduction into embedded systems architectures and electronic system level design. Then, the latest developments in different areas of embedded system design are discussed.

The lecture is structured as follows:

  • Introduction into embedded systems
  • Verification in embedded systems: Cyber physical systems, error effect simulation, fault injection and model checking
  • Machine Learning approaches
  • Software timing analyses in embedded systems
  • Power in embedded systems: Analysis of power consumption, optimization of power and energy, semiconductor technologies

The lecturers will present the relevant basics as well as recent research results in each topic. Between the lectures, practical exercises in form of programming assignments will take place. Note: Prerequisites are the lectures “Entwurf und Synthese Eingebetteter Systeme” or “Modellierung und Analyse Eingebetteter Systeme”.