ITS-EASY is an industrial research school in Embedded Software and Systems, affiliated with the School of Innovation, Design and Engineering (IDT) at Malardalen University (MDH), as an integrated part of the MDH strategic research area Embedded Systems (ES).
ITS-EASY is a cooperation with MDH, KKS and ten industry partners.
ITS-EASY envisions to be a unique industrial research school par excellence in the Embedded Systems domain in Sweden. ITS-EASY is focused on topics of paramount importance for dominating parts of Swedish industry: Embedded Systems including Software-Intensive Systems, Dependable (reliable and safe) Systems, and Sensor Systems. The main industrial domains considered are automation, telecommunication and vehicles.
The primary topics covered by ITS-EASY are related to system and software engineering of embedded systems, with emphasis on
System and Software Evolution,
Testing and Monitoring,
Platform Virtualization, and
Data Acquisition and Processing.
Open seminars within ITS-EASY
The open seminar is a great opportunity to present your inspirational and innovative ideas, research questions, results, projects, papers, tutorials, etc. , and discuss with other colleagues, receive feedback or initiate closer collaborations.
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ITS-EASY's second PhD defense On June 15, at 10:00, in room Gamma - Kristian Wiklund will defend his PhD thesis on "Impediments for Automated Software Test Execution".
SIGNAL SIREN 2015 The ITS-EASY school is hosting the SIGNAL2015 meeting (May 25-26, 2015). The Swedish requirements engineering network is an association of Swedish universities, organizations and companies that promote and support research, education and collaborative work in the area of requirements engineering as well as associated fields.
Annual symposium 2015 The Annual ITS-EASY symposium was held May 21-22, 2015, in Fagerudd. Approximately 40 participants from academia and industry had the pleasure of, amongst many activities, listening to three keynotes, by Katarina Gospic, Jennie Gotsis, and Lisa Kaati, and PhD student poster presentations.
School of Innovation, Design and Engineering
Box 883, Malardalen University
SE-721 23 Vasteras, Sweden
Tel: +46(0)21 101300