EASE aims to be a world class applied software research facility for embedded software applications.
The objective is to ensure that industrial partners have a competitive advantage with respect to competency and innovation of novel solutions and effective engineering of embedded software applications with physical and logical mobility.
The centre impacts on the innovation system through provisioning of competency, via a continuous exchange loop between industry and academia, involving research challenges, industry personnel, researchers, students and research results. These range from technical solutions that can be used in products to improved work procedures for the development.
Every year EASE publish a report/Folder that present the work that they do. This year that new folder presents six hard-working EASE PhD students and their research. To look at the report visit: EASE 2014
For more information contact: Per Runeson, Director of Research
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