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30.06.2016 -01.07.2016 “The Munich Workshop on Design Technology Coupling (DTC)” fand an der TU München statt.

Bild von Michael Glaß beim Munich Workshop on Design Technology Coupling (DTC) vor der Einstiegsfolie
Michael Glaß beim Munich Workshop on Design Technology Coupling (DTC)

The workshop involved different contributions from industry, e.g. Infineon AG, Bosch GmbH, and Volkswagen AG, as well as from the two DFG-funded research programs.

Bild von Jürgen Teich, Vahid Lari und Mark Sagl

Jürgen Teich, Vahid Lari und Mark Sagl beim Munich Workshop on Design Technology Coupling (DTC)

Bild mit Michael Glaß (2. v.r.) beim Munich Workshop on Design Technology Coupling (DTC) zusammen mit anderen Teilnehmern

Michael Glaß (2. v.r.) beim Munich Workshop on Design Technology Coupling (DTC)

In one session, Prof. Teich gave a short introduction and overview of the topic and benefits of invasive multi-core computing for achieving timing predictability, fault tolerance and security for individual application programs. This talk was followed by a talk on providing fault tolerance and power management through invasive computing, “Providing Fault Tolerance Through Invasive Computing” by Dr. Vahid Lari (FAU) and “On-Chip Diagnosis of Multicore Platforms for Power Management” by Mark Sagi (TUM). In another session, Prof. Glaß (FAU) presented the project CRAU as part of his talk “Compositional Reliability Analysis in the Presence of Uncertainty”.
Furthermore, on 1st of July, the following demonstrations have been presented: An invasive object tracking application that was simulated and visualized in real-time using C2’s simulator InvadeSIM, and the code generation for Safe(r) loop computations using the C3’s compilation flows.