AMPERE project wraps up with final webinar
After 3.5 years, the AMPERE project is coming to an end. The project began on 1 January 2020 with the goal of implementing an innovative software architecture that would take into account the non-functional requirements (time, energy, safety, security) inheritied from cyber-physical interactions.
It envisioned providing the high-performance capabilities needed for the most advanced functionalities of cyber-physical interactions. Automotive and railway domains
The AMPERE final event was hosted via HIPEAC webinar on 27 June 2023 with the goal of sharing the results of this project. Fifty-five attendees from twenty institutions in twelve countries registered for the webinar.
The consortium presented its results and answered questions from the audience.
The slides are available below:
- Dr Eduardo Quiñones (BSC)- Introduction to the AMPERE project and SW framework
- Michael Pressler (BOSCH)- Enhancing productivity through model driven engineering
- Model-Driven Engineering Use Cases: Automotive and Railway
Session 2 Technology behind the AMPERE SW framework
- Sara Royuela (BSC)- HPC programming models for predictable parallel performance
- Static analysis of non-functional requirements: Time & Energy
- Claudio Scordino (EVI) - RTOS and Hypervisor, ROS communication
- Paolo Gai (EVI) - OpenErika
More information on the agenda can be found here.
See the full recording here: