Kristian Sandström is a Senior Lecturer in computer engineering. He received a Ph.D from the Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm (2002). He has for many years given graduate, post-graduate, and industrial courses in several topics including; enginering of complex embedded systems, real-time systems, and distributed real-time systems. His research interest includes architecture, design, analysis, and implementation of embedded real-time systems with high demands on reliability. Furthermore, Kristian has worked as an embedded systems expert consultant for the industry during the last 6 years.
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|Introducing Component Based Software Engineering at an Embedded Systems Sub-Contractor, Mikael Åkerholm (former), Kristian Sandström (former), Ivica Crnkovic, 34th EUROMICRO Conference on Software Engineering and Advanced Applications (SEAA), IEEE, Parma, Italy, September, 2008|
|A Model for Reuse and Optimization of Embedded Software Components, Mikael Åkerholm (former), Joakim Fröberg, Kristian Sandström (former), Ivica Crnkovic, 29th International Conference on Information technology Interface, (ITI 2007), IEEE, Cavtat, Croatia, June, 2007|
|Key Factors for Achieving Project Success in Integration of Automotive Mechatronics, Joakim Fröberg, Mikael Åkerholm (former), Kristian Sandström (former), Christer Norström, Journal of Innovations in Systems and Software Engineering, vol 11334 2007/3/16, p15, Springer, March, 2007|