Login
  • Ongoing Project:
    SCOTT

    Building Trust in the Internet of Things
    Embraer
    NXP Semiconductors
    Ericsson
    Philips Nederland
     Robert Bosch GMBH

    Find out more...

  • Ongoing Project:
    ENABLE-S3

    Novel Validation Procedures for Highly Automated Systems
    Thales
    Airbus Defence & Space
    Siemens AG
    Renault SAS
    Toyota Motor Europe

    Find out more...

Gallery of Hosted Conferencesmore

Latest Newsmore

26, Jun, 2020

Achievements in Academia

New Master in Critical Computing Systems Engineering starting in ISEP

Applications are now open for the new MSc in Critical Computing Systems Engineering, sponsored by CISTER and with the scientific coordination of the unit’s Director, Eduardo Tovar.

This Master is designed to offer a suitable educational foundation for prospective students who want to become experts in the area of Critical Computing Systems. These include either recent graduates in areas such as Software Engineering, Electronics and Computers Engineering, Computer Science, and related fields, as well as professionals in these areas with similar qualifications.

Embracing the technological, human and organizational factors associated with the development of Critical Computing Systems, the ultimate objective of this 2-year MSc is to equip the students with the scientific foundations, the right engineering toolsets, and the necessary hands-on experience so that they are capable of performing informed assessment of the expected levels of safety typically demanded in this increasingly important class of systems. The MSc also provides a wide coverage of the knowledge involved in the development of Critical Computing Systems in the domains in which their successful application is of paramount importance, like Automotive, Avionics, Industrial Internet of Things, Banking and Finance, etc.

The MSc has a strong involvement of CISTER's industrial partners. Students successfully finishing the MSc are equipped both to work in the industry or pursue a research career, including a PhD.

Further information can be found on https://www.cister-labs.pt/mscccse/ or by sending an e-mail to msc@cister-labs.pt.

 

18, Dec, 2019

Fundamental Research Activities

CISTER Distinguished talk on “pWCET Reliability Evaluation for Measurement-Based Probabilistic Timing Analysis” with Prof. Rômulo Oliveira

9, Dec, 2019

Fundamental Research Activities

AQUAMON F2F meeting

28, Nov, 2019

Fundamental Research Activities

The Ultimate Vehicle Platooning Toolset

21, Nov, 2019

In Memoriam

Stefan M. Petters (1969-2019)

Stefan Petters was a prominent researcher at CISTER from 2009 until 2014. He was research line leader and also had the role of Vice-Director of CISTER. Stefan was an outstanding person, and his energy, wisdom, intelligence and team spirit were instrumental for the growth of CISTER-Labs. Stefan was a prominent member of the international community and his contributions will last long in the memories. Stefan sadly passed way last week, at the age of 50.

21, Nov, 2019

Fundamental Research Activities

European Forum for Electronic Components and Systems, in Helsinki, Finland

15, Nov, 2019

Fundamental Research Activities

Productive 4.0/ Arrowhead Tools meeting

13, Nov, 2019

Achievements in Academia

CISTER PhD Student won the Best Student Paper Award at RTNS 2019

CISTER PhD Student Ishfaq Hussain attended the 27th International Conference on Real-Time Networks and Systems (RTNS 2019) from 6th to 8th of November in Toulouse, France.
One full paper entitled "Response time analysis of multiframe mixed criticality systems" was published and presented in the main conference. The article, co-authored with Muhammad Ali Awan, Pedro F. Souto, Konstantinos Bletsas, Benny Akesson and Eduardo Tovar received the “Outstanding Paper” and “Best Student Paper” awards.
 

23, Oct, 2019

Fundamental Research Activities

Second year review meeting of the SCOTT project

17, Oct, 2019

Fundamental Research Activities

45th Annual Conference of the Industrial Electronics Society, in Lisbon, Portugal

Next Events & Call for Papersmore