Frank Mueller

Predictability for Uni- and Multi-Core Real-Time/Cyber-Physical Systems
NC State University, USA
1, Sep, 2014 11:30-12:30 (1 hour)
CISTER, Porto, Portugal
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This talk highlights challenges and contributions in worst-case execution time analysis for real-time system considering architectural changes over time and discusses future trends and open research problems.
Frank Mueller ( is a Professor in Computer Science and a member of multiple research centers at North Carolina State University. Previously, he held positions at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and Humboldt University Berlin, Germany. He received his Ph.D. from Florida State University in 1994. He has published papers in the areas of parallel and distributed systems, embedded and real-time systems and compilers. He is a member of ACM SIGPLAN, ACM SIGBED and a senior member of the ACM and IEEE Computer Societies as well as an ACM Distinguished Scientist. He is a recipient of an NSF Career Award, an IBM Faculty Award, a Google Research Award and a Fellowship from the Humboldt Foundation.

S101 Auditorium/Seminar Room
1st Floor