During April three CISTER PhD students concluded their studies and successfully defended their PhD Thesis.
Hossein Fotouhi defended his thesis entitled, “Reliable Mobility Support in Low-power Wireless Networks”, supervised by Prof. Mário Alves. Hossein is now joining the Mälardalen Real-Time Research Centre (MRTC) to work on Embedded Sensor Systems for Health (ESSH) project.
José Marinho defended his thesis entitled, "Real-time Limited Preemptive Scheduling”, supervised by Stefan Petters. In 2013, José’s work granted him the best paper award at RTCSA, the IEEE International Conference on Embedded and Real-Time Computing Systems and Applications.
Borislav Nikolic defended his thesis titled “Many-Core Platforms in the Real-Time Embedded Computing Domain”. He was supervised by Dr. Stefan Peters and the jury was composed of Dr. Petru Eles (Sweden) and Dr. Leandro Soares Indrusiak (Uni. of York, U.K.)