Laboratory for Real-Time Systems

The Real-Time Systems Laboratory is primarily engaged in research and development of embedded, cyber-physical and ubiquitous systems, to which the following research areas are applied.

Main research areas

  • methodologies for the design of embedded, cyber-physical and ubiquitous systems and applications,
  • their non-functional requirements: dependability, safety, temporal behaviour, performance, optimality,
  • high-performance computing,
  • artificial intelligence and machine learning,
  • computer games

Laboratory members

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