Hamid Reza Faragardi, Doctoral student


Hamid Reza Faragardi is a PhD student at Mälardalen University. He received his BSc degree in Computer Engineering in 2010, followed by a MSc in Computer Engineering from University of Tehran in 2012. Hamid is a member of the Complex Real-Time Embedded Systems (CORE) at Mälardalen Real-Time Research Center (MRTC).

Hamid's research look into the intersection of resource efficiency and predictability of embedded multi-core real-time systems. A particular focus has been on mapping of hard real-time Autosar runnables on multi-core systems.

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Latest publications:

EAICA: An Energy-aware Resource Provisioning Algorithm for Real-Time Cloud Services (Sep 2016)
Hamid Reza Faragardi, Aboozar Rajabi , Kristian Sandström, Thomas Nolte
21st IEEE Conference on Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation (ETFA'16)

Towards Energy-Aware Placement of Real-Time Virtual Machines in a Cloud Data Center (Aug 2015)
Nima Khalilzad, Hamid Reza Faragardi, Thomas Nolte
IEEE International Symposium on High Performance and Smart Computing (HPSC'15)

A Profit-aware Allocation of High Performance Computing Applications on Distributed Cloud Data Centers with Environmental Considerations (Oct 2014)
Hamid Reza Faragardi, Aboozar Rajabi , Thomas Nolte, Amir Hosein Heidarizadeh
CSI Journal on Computer Science and Engineering (JCSE)

A Communication-Aware Solution Framework for Mapping AUTOSAR Runnables on Multi-core Systems (Sep 2014)
Hamid Reza Faragardi, Kristian Sandström, Björn Lisper, Thomas Nolte
The 19th IEEE International Conference on Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation (ETFA 2014)

An Efficient Scheduling of AUTOSAR Runnables to Minimize Communication Cost in Multi-core Systems (Sep 2014)
Hamid Reza Faragardi, Kristian Sandström, Björn Lisper, Thomas Nolte
The Seventh International Symposium on Telecommunications (IST2014)

Towards a communication-aware mapping of software components in multi-core embedded real-time systems (Apr 2014)
Hamid Reza Faragardi, Kristian Sandström, Björn Lisper, Thomas Nolte
The 20th IEEE Real-Time and Embedded Technology and Applications Symposium, WiP session (RTAS 2014 WIP)