Professor Jean Charles Fabre will visit us during the days 12-15 March, 2018. He will give the seminar entitled “Dependable Embedded Systems: from basic concepts and techniques to resilient computing”, with next agenda:
- 12th of March: 11h-13h. Basic concepts of dependable computing.
- 13th of March: 09h-11h. Fault tolerant computing.
- 14th of March: 10h-13h. Experimental validation by fault injection.
- 15th of March: 10h-13h. Resilient computing and adaptive fault tolerance – a research carried out in collaboration with Renault.
Jean-Charles FABRE is Professor at the institute of technology (INP) of the University of Toulouse. He is researcher at LAAS (Laboratory of Analysis and Architecture of Systems), one of the main research labs of CNRS (the National Center for Scientific Research) in France.
He is member of the Dependable Computing & Fault-Tolerance research team. His past and current interests concern distributed fault tolerant systems, validation by fault-injection, resilient computing in real-time embedded systems. He works today on adaptive fault tolerance using reflective computing and open components for Agile Dependable Systems. He has been PC co-chair of several major conferences (e.g. SRDS, DSN), is member of the steering committee of the European Dependable Computing Conference (EDCC) and of the editorial board of the Software Practice & Experience (SPE) journal
His work has often been carried out in collaboration with industry, e.g. THALES, AIRBUS, ASTRIUM Satellites, RENAULT cars, VALEO automotive embedded systems. He has also been expert for several aerospace and automotive companies, the National Defence Agency in France, but also abroad, e.g. SONY CSL in Japan. He is currently expert for the Air Traffic Services of the Civil Aviation Authority in France.