• The Embedded Systems Group of the AISE lab has recently participated in five FP7 projects:
    • FP7/VIRTICAL (378K) – http://www.virtical.eu (7/2011-6/2014) on hardware multicore virtualization extensions andsystem drivers based on ARM v7 architecture.
    • FP7/TRESCCA (432K) – http://www.trescca.eu  (10/2012-9/2015) on NoC-specific hardware security firewalls andsystem drivers.
    • FP7-ICT/IP/DREAMS (745K) – http://www.dreams-project.eu (10/2013-9/2017) on modeling and extendingSTNoC network interfaces, interleaved memory, NoC to gateway bridge, etc, along withsystem drivers for obeyingmixed criticality constraints (real-time και non-real time components).
    • FP7-ICT/STREP/SAVE(424K) –http://www.fp7-save.eu  (9/2013-8/2016) which focuses on heterogeneous system architectures combiningmulticoreSoCwithGPPA and DFE (Data Flow Engines) and aims towards multilayer support of self-adaptivity, possibly in the presence of multicore virtualization.
    • H2020 TAPPS (250k) – http://www.tapps-project.eu (1/2015–12/2017) on prototype security solutions related to the smart trolley, a device integrating vital sign devices, such as the ST BodyGateway pulse sensor. Evolved an interest in open automotive security solutions and related platforms.
  • The Embedded Systems Group of the AISE lab has 15+ years dedicated collaboration with ST Microelectronics, most recently on patenting virtualization-aware security hardware and collaborates with the National Technical University of Athens and Marche Polytecnic University (Ancona, Italy) on energy efficiency of application-specific hierarchical shared memory systems in the framework of National project (Archimedes III, Contract 31) and participates in mutual Erasmus exchange projects.
  • The Embedded Systems Group of the AISE lab has contributed to HSOC, an open source software frameworkhttp://hsoc.sourceforge.netfor heterogeneous system modeling in SystemC