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6, Sep, 2019

Fundamental Research Activities

11th National Symposium of Informatics (INForum 2019), in Guimarães

On the 5th and 6th of September 2019, CISTER Researchers Luís Pinto and Miguel Gutiérrez Gaitán presented an oral communication and a poster at the 11th Symposium of Informatics (INForum 2019) held at the Campus Azurém of the University of Minho in Guimarães.

The article, also co-authored by CISTER members Pedro M. Santos and Luís Almeida, had the purpose of showing part of the research being done under the context of project AQUAMON, where CISTER is a partner.

In addition, the analysis presented in this work represents a relevant step on the support of real-time communications for over-water multi-hop networks affected by tides, which is one of the research challenges taken by Miguel in his Ph.D. studies.

 

 

25, Jul, 2019

Fundamental Research Activities

Periodic Seminar on Home Appliances Energy Consumption

Yoan Caille and Rochan Ramful, two undergrad students from ESIEE Paris, visited CISTER from May to July. Their work has been developed within the context of the FLEXIGY project, where they had developed algorithms for the scheduling of home appliances energy consumption on a local smart grid. These algorithms try to maximize the use of local production from Photovoltaic Panels or any other renewable sources.
Their internship was supported by the ERASMUS initiative.

25, Jul, 2019

Fundamental Research Activities

RTSS Technical Programme Committee Meeting and RTSOPS Workshop

On July 25, CISTER Researchers Geoffrey Nelissen and Konstantinos Bletsas participated to the technical programme committee meeting of the 40th IEEE Real-TIme Systems Symposium (RTSS 2019).

The TPC meeting took place in the offices of INRIA in Paris, France. RTSS is the premier international venue for real-time systems.

On the day before the TPC meeting, both researchers also attended the RTSOPS workshop. During the workshop, sixteen short talks on open problems on real-time systems were presented by recognized researchers from the real-time systems community.

25, Jul, 2019

Fundamental Research Activities

25th IEEE International Conference on Embedded and Real-Time Computing Systems and Applications in Hangzhou

CISTER Researchers Eduardo Tovar and Ali Awan attended the 25th IEEE International Conference on Embedded and Real-Time Computing Systems and Applications (RTCSA 2019) in Hangzhou, China.

Eduardo Tovar was General Co-Chair and Steering Committee member and Ali Awan presented the paper entitled "Memory Bandwidth Regulation for Multiframe Task Sets" in the main conference.

It is the goal of the RTCSA to bring together researchers and developers from academia and industry to promote cross-fertilization and discuss advances and trends in the technology of embedded and real-time systems and their emerging applications, including the Internet of Things and Cyber-Physical Systems.

 

24, Jul, 2019

Fundamental Research Activities

KhronoSim Final Evaluation meeting in Coimbra

On July 24, CISTER Researcher Cláudio Maia attended the final evaluation meeting for the KhronoSim project.
In this meeting two evaluators assessed the project in terms of achieved objectives and results. After careful evaluation and discussion, the project was deemed a success as all the objectives for the project were achieved, resulting in the development of two demonstrators for the KhronoSim test platform: an automotive instrument cluster and a satellite.
In the project, among other tasks, the CISTER team was responsible for studying the state of the art of emulation for multicore systems and integrating the KhronoSim test platform with the selected emulator. The emulator selected for the project was QEMU, one of the most versatile emulators currently available in the market, on top of which CISTER developed the KhronoSim QEMU Module that allows one to instance, manage and control, via the KhronoSim platform, several QEMU instances.

12, Jul, 2019

Fundamental Research Activities

31st Euromicro Conference on Real-Time Systems, ECRTS 2019, in Stuttgart, Germany

4, Jul, 2019

Industry Collaborations

CISTER Researchers participated in TECH@PORTUGAL at Âlfandega do Porto

4, Jul, 2019

Fundamental Research Activities

Distinguished Seminar on the Internet-of-Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence (AI)

28, Jun, 2019

Achievements in Academia

CISTER PhD Students were awarded the best oral presentation and best poster award at DCE 2019

27, Jun, 2019

Industry Collaborations

H2020: Infoday Digital Transformation

P.Porto received, on June 27th, the event entitled H2020: Infoday Digital Transformation, promoted by the National Innovation Agency (ANI), together with the Polytechnic Institute of Porto (P.Porto), TICE.PT and ISCTE-IUL.
The session was attended by Lars Pedersen from DG CONNECT, European Commission, who gave a presentation on the latest H2020 calls that will support digital transformation.
CISTER Research Centre premises were the venue for the event "Eyes on Horizon Europe: How to look at opportunities in crossover areas such as Space and ICT" in which several researchers had the opportunity to discuss possible application topics to be completed by the end of the H2020 program in order to promote national participation in the European research program, particularly in the area of ICT (Information and Communications Technology)."

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