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<li>09:00 - 10:00<br>
Keynote Address: Michael Paulitsch, Airbus/Thales<br><br>
Keynote: Michael Paulitsch, Airbus/Thales<br><br>
<b>Mixed-Criticality Systems - a Journey "Embedded" in Time and Space</b><br>
Mixed-criticality embedded systems are getting more attention due to
savings in cost, weight, and power, and fueled by the ever increasing
performance of processers. Introduced into practice more than 2
decades ago -- e.g. in aerospace with the concept of time and
space-partitioning -- optimization and different underlying hardware
architectures like multicore processors continue to challenge system
designers. This talk should present you a mix of different aspects of
mixed-criticality system architecture and designs and underlying
approaches of the past with excursions into real space, aerospace and
railway systems. We will then walk through current and future
challenges and look at point solutions and discuss possible research
needs. The interplay of safety, security, system design, performance
optimization, scheduling aspects, and application needs and
constraints provide a fertile ground for research and discussions in
this field.<br><br><b>Bio:</b> Michael Paulitsch is Head of Base Systems at Thales Austria GmbH
(part of the Thales Ground Transportation Systems) in Vienna, Austria
since August 2014. He is also product line responsible for the TAS
Platform, a safety-critical computing platform for railway signaling,
From 2008 to 2014, he has been Senior-Expert Dependable Computing and
Networks as well as Scientific Director at Airbus Group Innovations in
the Electronic, Communication and Intelligent Systems Department based
in Munich, Germany. There his work focused on dependable embedded and
secure embedded computing and networks. Before this, he worked at
Honeywell Aerospace in the U.S. on software and electronic platforms
in the area of business, regional, air transport, and human space
avionics and engine control electronics. Michael Paulitsch published
50+ scientific papers in his area of expertise, participates in
international scientific conference committees and holds 25+ patents.
He holds a PhD in technical sciences from the Vienna University of
Technology, Vienna, Austria with emphasis on dependable embedded
systems and a doctoral degree in economics and social science with
emphasis on production management aspects.<br><br>
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<li>10:00 - 10:30<br>
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Times;mso-bidi-font-family:Times;color:#365F91;mso-themecolor:accent1;
mso-themeshade:191;mso-ansi-language:EN-US'>
<b>Mixed-Criticality Systems - a Journey "Embedded" in Time and Space</b><br>
Mixed-criticality embedded systems are getting more attention due to
savings in cost, weight, and power, and fueled by the ever increasing
performance of processers. Introduced into practice more than 2
decades ago -- e.g. in aerospace with the concept of time and
space-partitioning -- optimization and different underlying hardware
architectures like multicore processors continue to challenge system
designers. This talk should present you a mix of different aspects of
mixed-criticality system architecture and designs and underlying
approaches of the past with excursions into real space, aerospace and
railway systems. We will then walk through current and future
challenges and look at point solutions and discuss possible research
needs. The interplay of safety, security, system design, performance
optimization, scheduling aspects, and application needs and
constraints provide a fertile ground for research and discussions in
this field.<br><br><b>Bio:</b> Michael Paulitsch is Head of Base Systems at Thales Austria GmbH
(part of the Thales Ground Transportation Systems) in Vienna, Austria
since August 2014. He is also product line responsible for the TAS
Platform, a safety-critical computing platform for railway signaling,
From 2008 to 2014, he has been Senior-Expert Dependable Computing and
Networks as well as Scientific Director at Airbus Group Innovations in
the Electronic, Communication and Intelligent Systems Department based
in Munich, Germany. There his work focused on dependable embedded and
secure embedded computing and networks. Before this, he worked at
Honeywell Aerospace in the U.S. on software and electronic platforms
in the area of business, regional, air transport, and human space
avionics and engine control electronics. Michael Paulitsch published
50+ scientific papers in his area of expertise, participates in
international scientific conference committees and holds 25+ patents.
He holds a PhD in technical sciences from the Vienna University of
Technology, Vienna, Austria with emphasis on dependable embedded
systems and a doctoral degree in economics and social science with
emphasis on production management aspects.</span><br><br>
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