|Coordinator||Göteborgs Universitet - DATA OCH INFORMATIONSTEKNIK|
|Funding from Vinnova||SEK 2 181 697|
|Project duration||September 2014 - November 2017|
|Venture||EUREKA cluster co-funding|
|Call||EUREKA medfinansiering kluster 2014-2015|
Purpose and goal
The University of Gothenburg had two major goals within the project: 1) to develop methods and tools to handle traceability in such complex development environments; and 2) to develop a design process and an accompanying design handbook for the development of multi- and many-core embedded systems. Both goals have been fulfilled with several publications in top-ranked venues, the publication of Eclipse Capra and the design handbook, and their validation in industrial practice.
Expected results and effects
Participation in Amalthea4public allowed the participants from the University of Gothenburg to establish themselves within the research community on traceability and to lay an outstanding foundation for future research based on the knowledge, skills, and the tool developed during the project. A Ph.D. student in the project achieved her licentiate and will defend her thesis on traceability in 2019. Collaboration with industrial partners in- and outside of Sweden has already led to new proposals.
Planned approach and implementation
The research has been conducted according to the project plan. The researchers at the University of Gothenburg led WP1 (Design Flow and Traceability), coordinated the work within that WP, and have completed all deliverables on time. Collaboration within the project was excellent with a number of joint papers and studies involving the majority of the project partners.