Efficient configuration of a QoS-aware AFDX network with Deficit Round Robin
Aakash SONI is Ph.D. in computer science with specialization in performance analysis of real-time embedded networks. He is currently working as a researcher in IRIT Laboratory of the Toulouse university, France. His research interest concerns the performance analysis and optimisation of embedded networks, mainly in avionics context.
Fault-Tolerant Scheduler with Genetic Algorithm for Safety-Critical Time-Triggered Systems of Systems
Time Triggered Scheduling Algorithm for Real-Time Wireless Systems
The presenter name: Haytham Baniabdelghany, I am a PhD student in the University of Siegen in Germany, I started my study since April 2019. My research interests in enhancement the performance of time triggered and time sensitive wireless networks. I received a bachelor degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the Hashemite University (Jordan) in 2004. After graduation, I was working as a Computer Engineerin Jordan in the period of 2004-2019. I received a M.Sc.degree in Computer and Networks Engineering from the University of Jordan in 2016. I have enough experience (approximately14 years) in the field of data-centre, network devices configuration and security issues, beside to working as a domain administrator. PhD research is an extension of the master thesis with give more importance to Time Sensitive Networking (TSN). Firstly, I worked to get more precision in the time synchronization of wireless systems. Secondly in this paper, I discuss scheduling the jobs with considering routing and interference restrictions. Nowadays, I am working to find a reliable (fault tolerance) wireless system.
A Service based Architecture for the Interaction of Control and MES Systems in Industry 4.0 Environment
Mahyar Azarmipour, (born 1987) has studied Electrical Engineering and Information Technology at the Ruhr University Bochum. Since 2016 he is a research assistant at the Chair of Process Control Engineering of the RWTH Aachen University and is involved in the BMBF project „BaSys-4Dash“.
Cognitive Architectures for Process Monitoring - an Analysis
Alexander Wendt is a research coordinator for embedded machine learning at TU Vienna, Austria. From 2010 to 2016, he worked on his Ph.D. the area of cognitive architectures. He worked in different projects in the field of Smart Grids. and on the implementation of cognitive architectures into control systems of buildings and other applications. He has published 20+ papers. At the IECON 2013, he was session chair for the sessions “Cognitive Architectures and Multi-agent Systems” and “Smart and Universal Grids”. He was invited to the ERF 2016 (European Robotics Forum) on the “SPARC Workshop on cognitive robotics”, where he was responsible for the group handling cognitive architectures.
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