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The H2020 ADVANCE project has started

The “Addressing Verification and Validation Challenges in Future Cyber-Physical Systems” (ADVANCE) H2020 RISE research project has started this year with the participation of researchers from our department working on the challenges of future cyber-physical systems. Cyber-physical systems (CPS) are complex systems where the physical aspects are deeply integrated with the communication and computing (cyber) parts providing physical systems with new “intelligent” capabilities.

Gamma/DDS demo at EclipseCon Europe

Our department presented a demo at the IoT Playground @ EclipseCon Europe 2018 to showcase our latest developments in designing distributed, critical cyber-physical systems.

Texas Instruments (TI) has donated development systems for our education again

Texas Instruments (TI) has donated development systems supporting the educational and research activities of the department. We have received TI CC2650 Wireless Sensortags and CC2650 Wireless MCU LaunchPad Kits and they are going to be available for project subjects such as project laboratory and thesis work. Thanks for TI for the continuing support!

HiPEAC Workshop on Building Partnership

Our Department is hosting the HiPEAC Workshop on Building Partnership!

Date: 22. June 2015.

Place: Room IE 224.

Program is available in the attached PDF document.

Bone Shadow Eliminated Images of the JSRT Database

Welcome to the BME-MIT-OMR JSRT Database.

As a service to the medical imaging community, we provide the bone shadow eliminated version of the publicly available JSRT Database. The JSRT Digital Image Database is a digital Chest X-ray database, which consists of images containing lung nodules as well as negative cases, with ground truth location and diagnosis provided. 

ACM Distinguished Paper Award at IEEE/ACM ASE 2011 conference

The paper "A Model-Driven Framework for Guided Design Space Exploration" co-authored by Ábel Hegedüs, Ákos Horváth, István Ráth and Dániel Varró received an ACM Distinguished Paper Award at ASE 2011, the 26th IEEE/ACM International Conference on Automated Software Engineering.

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