On 27 September Bright #NotteDeiRicercatori returns to Tuscany. The rich program of the event will involve over 1500 researchers in 350 meetings, events, presentations, and shows in 14 Tuscan cities. The ReTiS lab will present its real-time demos on Friday afternoon at the main building of the Scuola Sant’Anna in Piazza Martiri della Libertà. More […]
The ReTiS lab is coordinating the consortium composed also by the Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, the Università degli Studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia, and the Università degli Studi di Catania. The ReTiS lab held the kick-off meeting of the SPHERE project that aims at providing an integrated operating system framework to […]
Designing Mixed-Criticality Applications on Modern Heterogeneous MPSoC Platforms 28th June 2019 – TeCIP Institute – Blue Room – 10.00 a.m. Abstract:Multiprocessor Systems-on-Chip (MPSoC) integrating hard processing cores with programmable logic (PL) are becoming increasingly more available. While these platforms have been originally designed for high-performance computing applications, their rich feature set can be exploited to […]
A journey for high school students including robotics, virtual and augmented reality, biomedical technologies, real-time operating systems for multimedia, and optical fiber telecommunications. The ReTiS lab was present with Prof. Tommaso Cucinotta and Dott. Giorgiomaria Cicero to show the research achievements applied to multimedia and embedded control systems.
The ReTiS Lab is active on many research topics related to several aspects of embedded and cyber-physical systems, support for time-critcal applications, operting systems, and cloud computing. … bla bla bla… Scheduling algorithms Adaptive resource management and optimization Design methods and tools for cyber-physical systems Open source real-time operating systems Operating systems for massively parallel […]
The IEEE Real-Time Systems Symposium (RTSS) is the premier conference in the field of real-time systems, presenting innovations with respect to both theory and practice. RTSS’18 has been held in Nashville, Tennessee, USA, and the ReTiS lab was present with three accepted papers: “Memory Feasibility Analysis of Parallel Tasks Running on Scratchpad-Based Architectures,” Daniel Casini, Alessandro […]
Development of kernel and hypervisor mechanisms for railway systems at the RETIS Lab – Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna. Research objectives The research is part of a larger project funded by RFI, the company that manages the Italian railway infrastructure (http://www.rfi.it/). The large RFI project plans to replace all computing platforms, currently used on trains and in railway stations, with […]
The ReTiS lab frequently needs to involve new smart and motivated people in the team to deal with research, exploitation, and technology transfer.
The ReTiS laboratory partecipates in two Ph.D. degrees.
This is a list of most of the currently available thesis at the ReTiS.