Etienne Borde is currently a post-doc researcher at the Mälardalen Real-Time and research Center (MRTC), working in the scope of the PROGRESS center.
He obtained his M.Sc in Nantes in 2006 and his PhD in Paris in 2009.
Etienne's main contribution to PRIDE (PROGRESS-IDE) is the code synthesis of ProCom models.
Etienne's centers of interest are model driven engineering, model transformation, code generation, and formal methods.
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|Flexible Semantic-Preserving Flattening of Hierarchical Component Models, Thomas Leveque (former), Jan Carlson, Séverine Sentilles, Etienne Borde (former), 37th EUROMICRO Conference on Software Engineering and Advanced Applications (SEAA), IEEE Computer Society, Oulu, Finland, August, 2011|
|Automatic Synthesis and Adaption of Gray-box Components for Embedded Systems - Reuse vs. Optimization, Etienne Borde (former), Jan Carlson, 3rd IEEE International Workshop on Component-Based Design of Resource-Constrained Systems (CORCS), IEEE Computer Society, Munich, Germany, July, 2011|
|Towards Verified Synthesis of ProCom, a Component Model for Real-Time Embedded Systems, Etienne Borde (former), Jan Carlson, 14th International ACM SIGSOFT Symposium on Component Based Software Engineering (CBSE), ACM, Boulder, Colorado, USA, June, 2011|