ERSA’11 PROGRAMME

ERSA - WORLDCOMP Keynotes

  • How Engineering Mathematics can Improve Software
    Prof. David Lorge Parnas, Middle Road Software, Inc, Canada

  • The Nature of Cyber Security
    Prof. Eugene H. Spafford, Purdue University CERIAS

ERSA’11 Keynotes

  • Prof. Jürgen Teich, Verifying the Authorship of Embedded IP Cores: Watermarking and Core Identification Techniques
  • Prof. Shiu-Kai Chin, Logic Design for Access Control, Security, Trust, and Assurance
  • Prof. Cynthia Irvine, Grounding Trust
  • Prof. Dominique Lavenier, Next Generation Sequencing Data Processing. How reconfigurable computing can help?
  • Prof. Andy Tyrrell, Reconfigurable and Evolvable Architectures and their Role in Designing Computational Systems
  • Prof. João M.P. Cardoso, A New Approach to Control and Guide the Mapping of Computations to FPGAs
  • Prof. Jörg Henkel, iCore: A Run-time Adaptive Processor for Embedded Multi-core Systems

ERSA’11 Panel Discussions

  • Evolvable And Bio-Inspired Hardware
    Chair: Dr. Eric Stahlberg
  • Creating The Science & Engineering For Cyber-Security
    Chair: Prof. Shiu-Kai Chin

ERSA’11 Tutorial

  • Prof. Jim Tørresen, A Run-Time Evolvable Hardware

ERSA’11 Sessions

  • Creating the Science & Engineering for Cyber-Security
    Chair: Prof. Shiu-Kai Chin
  • RC + LBS: The Confluence of Secure Hardware and Programming Languages
    Chair: Prof. William L. Harrison
  • Security: Threats and Solutions
    Chair: Prof. Ryan Kastner
  • Reconfigurable and Evolvable Hardware Architectures
    Chair: Dr. Eric Stahlberg
  • Runtime Adaptive Embedded Systems and Architectures
    Chair: Prof. Roman Lysecky
  • How to Effectively Program Reconfigurable Multi-Core Embedded Systems?
    Chair: Dr. Pedro C. Diniz
  • Adaptive and Reconfigurable Hardware
    Chair: Prof. David Andrews

ERSA’11 Short Papers and Posters

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ERSA/WORLDCOMP KEYNOTES

Prof. David Lorge Parnas, "How Engineering Mathematics can Improve Software"

ERSA/WORLDCOMP KEYNOTE TALK

Professor David Lorge Parnas
How Engineering Mathematics can Improve Software,
Prof. David Lorge Parnas,
Middle Road Software, Inc, Canada
Time: 08:50 - 09:45am
Location: Lance Burton Theater
Prof. David Lorge Parnas, Ph.D., P.Eng. (Ontario)
Dr.h.c.: ETH Zürich, Louvain, Lugano
Fellow: RSC, ACM, CAE, GI, IEEE; MRIA
Professor Emeritus, CAS, Engineering, McMaster University
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Professor Emeritus, CSIS, University of Limerick
Limerick, Ireland

Prof. Eugene Howard Spafford, "The Nature of Cyber Security"

ERSA/WORLDCOMP KEYNOTE TALK

Prof. Eugene Howard Spafford
The Nature of Cyber Security,
Prof. Eugene Howard Spafford,
Purdue University, USA
Leading computer security expert
Time: 09:50 - 10:45am
Location: Lance Burton Theater

ERSA KEYNOTES

Prof. Jürgen Teich, "Verifying the Authorship of Embedded IP Cores:..."

Prof. Jürgen Teich
Verifying the Authorship of Embedded IP Cores: Watermarking and Core Identification Techniques,
Prof. Jürgen Teich and Dr. Daniel Ziener,
University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany
Time: 10:40am - 11:10am
Location: Gold Room

Prof. Shiu-Kai Chin, "Logic Design for Access Control,..."

Prof. Shiu-Kai Chin
Logic Design for Access Control, Security, Trust, and Assurance,
Prof. Shiu-Kai Chin,
Syracuse University, USA
Senior Scientist, Serco-NA, Inc.
Time: 11:20am - 11:50am
Location: Gold Room

Prof. Cynthia Irvine, "Grounding Trust"

Prof. Cynthia Irvine
Grounding Trust
Prof. Cynthia Irvine,
Naval Postgraduate School, USA
Time: 11:50am - 12:20pm
Location: Gold Room

Prof. Dominique Lavenier, "Next Generation Sequencing ..."

Prof. Dominique Lavenier
Next Generation Sequencing Data Processing
How reconfigurable computing can help?,
Prof. Dominique Lavenier,
IRISA, Rennes, France
Time: 02:30pm - 03:00pm
Location: Gold Room

Prof. Andy Tyrrell, "Reconfigurable and Evolvable Architectures ..."

Prof. Andy Tyrrell
Reconfigurable and Evolvable Architectures and their role in Designing Computational Systems,
Prof. Andy Tyrrell,
Department of Electronics, The University of York, UK
Time: 03:20pm - 03:50pm
Location: Gold Room

Prof. João M. P. Cardoso, "A New Approach to Control and Guide ..."

Prof. João M.P. Cardoso,
A New Approach to Control and Guide the Mapping of Computations to FPGAs,
Prof. João M.P. Cardoso, et al.,
University of Porto, Portugal
Time: 09:10am - 09:40am
Location: Gold Room

Prof. Jörg Henkel, "iCore: A Run-time Adaptive Processor for ..."

Prof. Jörg Henkel
iCore: A Run-time Adaptive Processor for Embedded Multi-core Systems,
Prof. Jörg Henkel, Lars Bauer and Artjom Grudnitsky,
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany
Time: 09:50am - 10:20am
Location: Gold Room