Coordination rules generation from automata, in the context of redeployments of distributed control systems
Offer N°: 32397
The general context of this PhD thesis is to enable a reliable redeployment of a distributed application during its execution. The target applications operate continuously, eg building automation, water supply system or industrial process control.
There are many reasons for redeployment: load balancing, reducing the energy footprint of the physical infrastructure, update without stopping the application, hardware and / or software redundancy for fault tolerance.
Event-based energy management infrastructure : application to a sense&react mixed-signal architecture
Offer N°: 32401
Future applications in the context of internet of things (IoT) will require an efficient energy management considering the very low energy budget of that kind of circuits. In this frame, this PhD work objective is to propose a complete energy management integrated infrastructure, dissociated from the functional part of the IoT node.
Study of structured functional porous materials for gas analysis in lab-on-chips
Offer N°: 32389
Gas Chromatography is a technic of choice for volatile or semi-volatile compounds analysis and has many applications in a variety of fields (environment, pharmaceutical, petrochemical, food, etc ...). In recent years, miniaturized GC systems are actively studied as they allow reduced analysis times, reduced power consumption, and greater portability.
Toolkit for the design and the generation of software protections to secure embeded systems
Offer N°: 32393
The security of information systems is a critical issue. The design of software applications secured against attacks aiming at compromising sensitive data requires specific implementation techniques: software protections. Most of the time, software protections lead to a severe performance decrease. Moreover, a traditional compiler is not designed to handle correctly software protections: a compiler involves optimisations for reducing execution time and energy consumption of a program.