35th IEEE International Conference

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XANDAR workshop at IEEE SOCC 2022

For 35 years the IEEE International System-on-Chip Conference (SOCC) has been the premier forum for sharing the latest advancements in System-on-chip architecture, Embedded Safety-critical systems, Software design and automation tools for complex digital systems and their applications. The conference was held at the birthplace of the Titanic in Belfast, United Kingdom. 

This year, IEEE International System-on-Chip Conference has offered a two-day industrial and three-day technical program and brought some of the top leaders in the area as keynote speakers together. As part of the IEEE International System-on-Chip Conference, Queen’s University Belfast has organised:

·       A workshop on “X-by-Construction Architecture for Safety Critical Systems” chaired by “Fahad Siddiqui”.

·       Project booth to improve publicity of the XANDAR project.

in which 250+ professionals from both academia and industry have participated.

The following are the talks delivered as part of this workshop:

·       “Overview of the XANDAR project” by Tobias Dörr from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology.

·       “Implementation of ML-based Airborne Collision Avoidance System on FPGAs” by Phillip Noeldeke from German Space Agency.

·       “Overhead-Aware Schedule Synthesis for Logical Execution Time (LET) in Automotive Systems” by Andreas Sailer from Vector Informatik GmbH.

·       “Hypervisor-Based Target Deployment Strategies for Time Predictability in Model-Based Development” by Florian Schade from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology.

·       “Towards Automating a Software-Centered Development Process That Considers Timing Properties” by Raphael Weber from Vector Informatik GmbH.

 In general, we have received excellent responses and interest from the audience. We had a productive one-to-one discussion with the representatives of leading embedded system market leaders to further explore collaboration opportunities.

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