Research interests [ Show full biography ]
Andreas’ main research interest is static program analysis with a special focus on worst-case execution time (WCET) analysis. He is the main architect and developer of the SWEET tool, one of the leading static WCET analysis tools in the world. Andreas has participated in several EU-funded research projects, e.g., ALL-TIMES, ARTIST-DESIGN, and CHESS, and is also managing the national industrial graduate school SAVE-IT that involves 21 industrial PhD students.
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|Practical experiences of applying source-level WCET flow analysis to industrial code, Björn Lisper, Andreas Ermedahl (former), Dietmar Schreiner (external), Peter Gliwa (external), Jens Knoop (external), International Journal on Software Tools for Technology Transfer, vol 15, nr 1, p53-63, Springer, February, 2013|
|Towards Feedback-Based Generation of Hardware Characteristics, Marcus Jägemar, Sigrid Eldh, Andreas Ermedahl (former), Björn Lisper, 7th International Workshop on Feedback Computing, San Jose, California, September, 2012|
|Feedback-Based Generation of Hardware Characteristics - Technical Report, Marcus Jägemar, Sigrid Eldh, Andreas Ermedahl (former), Björn Lisper, MRTC report ISSN 1404-3041 ISRN MDH-MRTC-269/2012-1-SE, Mälardalen Real-Time Research Centre, Mälardalen University, August, 2012|