Industrial Software Engineering
Focusing on engineering of complex software-intensive embedded systems, covering the entire lifecycle and including technologies, methods and processes. Particular emphasis on component- and model-based software engineering for embedded systems.
Ongoing research projects
The overall goal of ACICS is to provide models, methods and tools that facilitate a substantial increase of dependability of cloud-based platforms for ICPS applications, with respect to consistency, security and interoperability of data, timing predictability of using shared virtual resources, together with a framework of guaranteeing QoS enforcement by formal analysis and verification.
Project manager at MDU: Cristina Seceleanu
Main financing: The Knowledge Foundation
AIDOaRt är ett tre år långt europeiskt projekt som involverar 32 organisationer, grupperade i kluster från sju olika länder, med fokus på AI-förstärkt automatisering som stöder modellering, kodning, testning, övervakning och kontinuerlig utveckling inom Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) eller inbyggda system.
Project manager at MDU: Gunnar Widforss
Main financing: ECSEL, VINNOVA
BUMBLE aims at providing an innovative system and software development framework based on blended modelling notations/languages (e.g. textual and graphical).
Project manager at MDU: Federico Ciccozzi
Main financing: Vinnova, ITEA
The purpose of this project is to study how system developers can design their products to have capabilities that make them effective in an SoS context, and how SoS designers can compose the available elements, called constituent systems (CS), as efficiently as possible to achieve a particular mission.
Main financing: KKS / Knowledge Foundation
The project aims to increase the efficiency of analysis and management of risks in critical societal interconnected systems-of-systems. This is achieved by risk analysts, who, with a certain amount of work, become able to identify and reduce significantly more risks than they can manage with today's methods and the same amount of effort.
Main financing: Myndigheten för samhällsskydd och beredskap (MSB)
Software Center is a collaboration between five academic partners and thirteen companies, dedicated to accelerating industrial digitalization and to support a continuous exchange of knowledge between the companies.
Project manager at MDU: Jan Carlson