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Designing Dependable Distributed Embedded Systems
Please consider yourself invited to the following interesting events in the week after Easter:Tuesday March 25 3-4pm in Turing:
PROGRESS Seminar: "Dependable CAN Networks"
by Julián Proenza, UIB, Palma de Mallorca, SpainThursday March 27 9-12am in Turing:
PROGRESS Lecture: "Designing Dependable Distributed Embedded Systems"
by Julián Proenza, UIB, Palma de Mallorca, SpainGraduate students that attend these two presentations will after have completed a small assignment have completed the Graduate Course "Dependable Distributed Embedded Systems 1p".Please indicate your intention to participate in the above presentations and/or course by responding to the below Doodle:http://www.doodle.ch/bmpbdshby6fud4zcAbout JP:
*Julián Proenza* (http://dmi.uib.es/~jproenza/) received the first degree in physics and the doctorate in informatics from the University of the Balearic Islands (UIB), Palma de Mallorca, Spain, in 1989 and 2007, respectively.He is currently holding a permanent position as a lecturer in the Department of Mathematics and Informatics at the UIB. His research interests include dependable and real-time systems, fault-tolerant distributed systems, clock synchronization and field-bus networks such as CAN (Controller Area Network). He acts as coordinator of the group of researchers that are working on these subjects in his department.Dr. Proenza acts regularly as a Program Committee member or as a reviewer for conferences and workshops such as ETFA, WFCS and RTN.Julián will visit us March 25-28. Those interested in discussing cooperation or other issues with him should contact me.Best Regards,/HansH