The Netherlands has a world-leading high-tech manufacturing industry that builds distributed real-time cyber-physical systems of ever-increasing complexity. Such systems need to satisfy timing requirements to deliver (mission-critical) functionality. While Dutch universities have researchers actively working in this field, there is not yet an organized community through which they can join forces, meet, and collaborate cohesively. We plan to use the funding for building a Dutch real-time systems community by organizing a workshop in the Netherlands with several invited speakers from abroad, followed by a consolidation event after 3 months. We aim at creating a sustainable community on real-time systems in NL to combine its research forces, stimulate collaborations cohesively, and favor its outreach internationally. The funded events will be a cornerstone to establishing the Dutch real-time systems community with a leading event in NL and with the main stakeholders being mostly 4TU.NIRICT affiliated universities.
- dr. Mitra Nasri, Assistant Professor, TU/e
- dr.ir. Geoffrey Nelissen, Assistant Professor, TU/e
- dr.ing. Kuan-Hsun Chen, Assistant Professor, UT
- prof. dr. Benny Akesson, Professor, UvA & TNO (ESI)