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On 05.12.2023 at 16:00 in Pockelstraße 11 (Aula, Haus der Wissenschaft) Professor Dr. Andres Gomez will give his inaugural lecture on the topic "Renewable Energy meets Low Power Systems and Launches to Space".
The paper „Safe Usage of Multi-Cores in Neural Network Avionics Applications” received the Best of Track Paper Award at the IEEE Digital Avionics Systems Conference (DASC) in Barcelona, Oct. 1-5, 2023. DASC is the IEEE annual conference of research in avionics covering all aspects of new functions and software and air traffic.
The paper presents a new technique, called Timing Diversity, which protects the execution of real-time machine learning applications on high performance on-board computers against timing errors. The authors are from IDA and IFF at TU Braunschweig and from FST at TU Hamburg. Background is the German BMWK-Project MC-ADAMS
Congratulations to the authors!