Moris Behnam, Senior Lecturer


Moris Behnam has awarded a B.Eng., and M.Sc. in Computer and Control Engineering at the University of Technology, Iraq, and also MS.c., Licentiate, and PhD in Computer Science and Engineering at MDH, Sweden, in 1995, 1998, 2005, 2008 and 2010 respectively.

Moris has been a visiting researcher at Wayne State University, USA in 2009 and he  has been a Postdoctoral Researcher at University of Porto in 2011. He is the Head of embedded systems division at MDH. His research interests include real-time scheduling, synchronization protocols, multicore/multiprocessor systems, distributed embedded real-time sysems, using control theories in real-time scheduling, indutrial cloud computing and internet of things.

MSc theses supervised (or examined):
Thesis TitleStatus
Investigate the Challenges of real-time heterogeneous networks in progress
Automated orchestra for industrial automation finished
Communication mechanisms among instances of a many-core real-time system finished
Comparative evaluation of virtualisation technologies in cloud finished
COMPARISON OF BUDGET BORROWING AND BUDGET ADAPTATION IN HIERARCHICAL SCHEDULING FRAMEWORK finished
Data Distribution Service for Industrial Automation finished
DESIGN AND PROTOTYPIC IMPLEMENTATION OF A RELIABLE AND SECURE BUS SYSTEM IN AN INDUSTRIAL CONTEXT finished
Dynamic Load Generator: Synthesising dynamic hardware load characteristics finished
Enabling Data Sharing with DDS On Real-time Constrained Industrial Robots finished
Evaluation of a Hypervisor Performance in a Distributed Embedded System finished
Evaluation of OKL4 finished
Evaluation of prerequisites for an IPv4 to IPv6 transition finished
Extending FTT-SE Protocol for Multi-Master/Multi-Slave Networks finished
Hierarchical Scheduling and Feedback Control finished
IMPLEMENTATION AND TUNING OF A WATER CLEANING PROCESS IN A COMPUTER BASED CONTROL SYSTEM ACCORDING TO GIVEN DESIGN RULES finished
Implementation of the Virtual Clustered-based Multiprocessor Scheduling in the Linux Kernel finished
Improving a Hardware-based Real-time Kernel finished
Industrial control systems on multicore finished
Investigating cache behaviour of feature detection algorithms finished
On Hierarchical Scheduling in VxWorks finished
RealTime Control in Industrial IoT finished
Resource based analysis of Ethernet communication between software partitions finished
Resource Virtualization for Real-time Industrial Clouds finished
SysMon – A framework for monitoring and measuring real-time properties finished
Valgrind for OSE finished
Implementing resource sharing under virtual cluster-based multiprocessor scheduling on-hold
Mode Management in Automotive Embedded Systems on-hold