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Tutorial Presentation at Brandenburg University of Technology

March 26, 2015. I presented a tutorial “Automated correction of bugs in designs and programs: from fiction to reality” at the DAAD DCPS Workshop in Cottbus.

Panel Presentation at the DATE DUHDe Workshop

March 13, 2015. Presentation at the panel “Design Understanding – At What Abstraction Level is the Pain Most Intense?” of the 2nd Workshop on Design Automation for Understanding Hardware Designs (DUHDe) of the DATE Conference.

Hanno Hantson Defended his PhD

November 12, 2015, Tallinn University of Technology. Hanno Hantson defended his PhD Thesis “Mutation-Based Verification and Error Correction in High-Level Designs”. Opponents: Dr. Maria K. Michael, University of Cyprus, Prof. Heinrich Theodor Vierhaus, Brandenburg University of Technology, Germany. He was my 8th PhD student to defend.

IMMORTAL Dissemination At The MEDIAN Grand Finale Event

November 11, 2015, Tallinn, Estonia. IMMORTAL was presented to 69 experts from more than 20 countries at the COST Action MEDIAN Grand Finale event. The presentations included: Jaan Raik, Tallinn University of Technology: “Immortalizing Many-Core Based Cyber-Physical Systems” Gerard Rauwerda, Recore Systems: “Many-Core SoC Architectures: Run-Time Mapping and Fault Tolerance” Yong Zhao, University of Twente: “Design-for-Raliability in MP-SoC via Health Monitoring” Konstantin Shibin, Testonica Lab: “Fault Management Using IJTAG Instrument Networks”

IMMORTAL Presented At HPCS’15, Amsterdam

July 23, 2015, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. IMMORTAL project coordinator Jaan Raik (Tallinn University of Technology) gave an invited talk “Immortalizing Many-Core Systems: Early Experiences of the Horizon 2020 Action IMMORTAL” at the 7th International Workshop on Dependable Many-Core Computing (DMCC) in Amsterdam, co-located with the 13th International Conference on High Performance Computing & Simulation (HPCS).

Horizon 2020 Widening Twinning Project TUTORIAL Accepted for Funding

European Union’s Horizon 2020 Widening TWINNING Action TUTORIAL: Twinning to Strengthen Tallinn University of Technology’s Research and Innovation Capacity in Nanoelectronics Based Dependable Cyber-Physical Systems (01.01.16 – 31.12.18) with partners from German Aerospace Center DLR, Delft University of Technology and Politecnico di Torino has been accepted.

Horizon 2020 IMMORTAL Kicks Off

On March 22 and 23, 2015 the EU Horizon 2020 research and innovation action IMMORTAL (Integrated Modelling, Fault Management, Verification and Reliable Design Environment for Cyber-Physical Systems) kick-off meeting was hosted by the consortium leader Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia.