Anders MÃ¶ller is an industrial Ph.D. student employed by CC Systems and by MÃ¤lardalen University. He is working in the HEAVE project at the Real-Time Systems Design Laboratory. HEAVE is a project to identify, define and evaluate a software component technology within the business segment of heavy vehicles (e.g. forest harvesters and wheel loaders). He received a M.Sc. in Engineering Physics at Uppsala University 2003.
His research interests includes investigating new methods to construct component based software for heavy vehicles. The project Component Technology for Heavy Vehicles (HEAVE) is a three year project where MÃ¤lardalen University will cooperate with CC Systems and Volvo Construction Equipment in order to enable the use of modern Component Based Software Engineering (CBSE) techniques within the industrial segment of heavy vehicles.
The SAVE approach to component-based development of vehicular systems (May 2007) Mikael Åkerholm, Jan Carlson, Johan Fredriksson, Hans Hansson, John Håkansson , Anders Möller, Paul Pettersson, Massimo Tivoli Journal of Systems and Software
Building Distributed Embedded Systems from Large Software Components (Dec 2005) Mikael Åkerholm, Thomas Nolte, Anders Möller Proceedings of the 2nd Embedded Real-Time Systems Implementation Workshop (ERTSI05) in conjunction with the 26th IEEE International Real-Time Systems Symposium (RTSS05)
Industrial Grading of Quality Requirements for Automotive Software Component Technologies (Dec 2005) Anders Möller, Mikael Åkerholm, Joakim Fröberg , Mikael Sjödin Embedded Real-Time Systems Implementation Workshop in conjunction with the 26th IEEE International Real-Time Systems Symposium
Component-Based Context-Dependent Hybrid Property Prediction (Sep 2005) Anders Möller, Ian Peake , Mikael Sjödin, Johan Fredriksson, Heinz Schmidt ERCIM - Workshop on Dependable Software Intensive Embedded systems
Monitoring and Stochastic Analysis of Component-Based Control-Systems (Aug 2005) Anders Möller, Mikael Sjödin, Ian Peake , Heinz Schmidt Real-Time in Sweden - the 8th biennial SNART conference on real-time systems