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Section: Overall Objectives

Overall Objectives

We work on the problem of the safe design of real-time control systems. This area is related to (discrete) control theory as well as computer science. Application domains are typically safety-critical systems, as in transportation (avionics, railways), production, medical, or energy production systems. These application domains require both formal methods and models for the construction of correct systems, as well as their implementation in computer assisted design tools, targeted to specialists of the applications. We contribute to this research domain by offering solutions all along the design flow, from the specification to the implementation: we develop techniques for the specification, the programmation and the automated generation of safe real-time executives for control systems, as well as static analysis techniques to check additional properties on the generated systems. Our research themes concern:

Our applications are in embedded systems, typically in the robotics, automotive, and telecommunications domains with a special emphasis on dependability issues (e.g., fault tolerance, availability). International and industrial relations feature: