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working group on
Supervisory control Techniques for
Autonomic, Adaptive and Reconfigurable computing Systems



 


objective

meetings / réunions

members

projects

 





objective

Computing systems are more and more ubiquitous, at scales from tiny embedded systems to large-scale
cloud infrastructures. They are more and more adaptive and reconfigurable, for resource management,
energy efficiency, or by functionality. Furthermore, these systems are increasingly complex and autonomous:
their administration cannot any longer rely on a strong interaction with a human administrator.
The correct design and implementation of automated control of the reconfigurations and/or their
tuning is recognized as a key issue for the effectiveness of these
adaptive systems.

Our objective is to build methods and tools for the design of safe controllers for autonomic, adaptive,
reconfigurable computing systems. To attain this goal, we propose to combine Computer Science and
Control Theory, at the levels of systems infrastructures, programming support, and modeling and control
techniques.

We propose to form a team (for the time being, informal) grouping the most active community in France on Control of Computing,
with members until now separated by laboratories structure, in order to contribute more efficiently in
the local context to the high potential impact on micro- and nanotechnologies in Grenoble, and more
widely nationally and internationally in the emerging community on Feedback Computing.




meetings / réunions

This group  seminar has been extended to open seminars on the theme
related to the STAARS exploratory project of the
LabEx Persyval-lab.

See complete list of meetings and seminars




members

  • permanent members
  • Assistante : Laurence Gudyka
  • Post-docs
    • Frederico Alvares : adv. E. Rutten, L. Seinturier (Adam, INRIA Lille);
      INRIA, in coop.
      with ST Microelectronics (V. Bertin)
    • Julio Cano : adv. G. Delaval, E. Rutten, L. Gurgen (CEA LETI LIALP);
      INRIA, coop. with CEA LIST/LETI
  • PhDs
    • Xin An (2010-2013): adv. E. Rutten, A. Gamatié (DaRT, INRIA Lille); ANR Famous
    • Soguy Gueye (2011-…): adv. E. Rutten, N. de Palma (Erods, LIG); ANR Ctrl-Green
    • MengXuan Zhao (2012-…): adv. H. Alla, E. Rutten, G. Privat (Orange Labs); CIFRE grant
    • Naweiluo Zhou (2013-…): adv. J.F. Méhaut (LIG), E. Rutten; HPES, Labex Persyval-lab



projects

  • HPES (High-Performance Embedded systems)
    :
    equipe-action (sept. 2013 – march 2017) of  the LabEx Persyval-lab

  • STAARS
    (Supervisory Techniques for Autonomic, Adaptive and Reconfigurable Systems)
    :
    projet exploratoire (march 2013 – sept. 2014) of  the LabEx Persyval-labproposing a Master’s position  Modélisation stochastique et contrôle discret dans les environnements domestiques “intelligents”
  • CIFRE PhD (2012-2014)
    co-advised with Gilles Privat (Orange Labs R&D/TECH/MATIS, Grenoble)
    and Hassane Alla (Université Joseph Fourier, GIPSA-Lab)
    on
    Autoconfiguration
    of supervisory control models
    of distributed physical systems,
    with applications to M2M services in smart home and building
  • ANR project
    Ctrl-Green
    :
    Autonomic management of Green data centers,
    2012 – 2015

    partners :
    UJF/LIG, INPT/IRIT,
    INRIA Rennes -Bretagne Atlantique,
    ScalAgent DT,
    Business & Decision Eolas.
    (Programme
    Infrastructures pour la société numérique
    ,
    AAP
    Infrastructures matérielles et logicielles pour la société numérique)

  • ANR project Famous :
    Partially Dynamically Reconfigurable Architectures Design,
    2009-2013

    partners :
    LIFL/Inria Lille,
    Lab-STICC Lorient,
    Inria Grenoble,
    Université de Bourgogne Dijon,
    SODIUS Nantes.
    (Programme
    Systèmes embarqués)

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