FameLab Switzerland Finalist
The FameLab competition started in 2005 from an original idea at the Cheltenham Science Festival. Its purpose is to nurture the communication of science by identifying and training talented young people working in science.
Looking for a semester project in spring? Check this one out!
Real-time Network Functions for the Internet of Things
You can find other cool projects on our lab webpage.
UPDATE The slides from the talk are now available.
Our paper End-to-end Real-time Guarantees in Wireless Cyber-physical Systems got accepted for RTSS 2016. Final version of the paper is now online.
Invited Talk at RPS 16
Prof. Thiele was invited speaker at the last 27th International Symposium on Rapid System Prototyping (RSP) last October. He gave a talk On platforms for CPS - adaptive, predictable and efficient. Check out the extended abstract.
IJCIM - Paper accepted
Our paper Observable Feedback Control of discrete processes under time constraint: Application to Cluster Tools got accepted for publication in the International Journal of Computer Integrated Manufacturing (IJCIM).
Big website update
Almost a V2.0! Check-out my updated research page, including now the talks I gave and all my presentation slides.
ECRTS 16 - Work-in-Progress paper
Our paper Towards Real-time Wireless Cyber-physical Systems got accepted for the WiP Session of ECRTS 2016
Check out my new semester thesis project:
Outsourcing Scheduling - a Key to efficient Wireless Protocol Implementation and Testing
You can check out other cool projects on the lab webpage.
Personal webpage (finally...) online
After a somewhat long development time, here we are!