PhD, senior researcher
PhD, senior researcher
My current research interests are focused on the question of how to efficiently develop robust and flexible large-scale industrial software-based systems, with a special focus on systems of interconnected embedded systems. This non-trivial question includes a number of challenges within such disciplines as software development processes, system architecting, distributed control, conflict resolution, (formal) methods and tools, as well as scheduling issues. While focusing on software-related questions, it is important to always keep in mind system specific requirements, such as for example robustness, verification, schedulability, and dependability.
I received my M.Sc. degree in Engineering Physics from the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in 2002. Some years later, in 2006 and 2008 respectively, I followed it up with a Ph.Lic. and a Ph.D. degrees from Chalmers University of Technology. My research topics included flexible manufacturing, discrete event systems, supervisory control theory, formal verification and discrete optimization / scheduling. The first years after my dissertation I worked at Scania R&D with the development of control strategies and their implementation in engine control units.
To get an idea of my pre-SICS life, see the excerpt from Google Scholar over my publications.
Rodriguez-Navas, Guillermo and Kobetski, Avenir and Sundmark, Daniel and Gustafsson, Thomas (2015) Offline Analysis of Independent Guarded Assertions in Automotive Integration Testing. In: 12th IEEE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON EMBEDDED SOFTWARE AND SYSTEMS, New York, USA.
Gustafsson, Thomas and Skoglund, Mats and Kobetski, Avenir and Sundmark, Daniel (2015) Automotive System Testing by Independent Guarded Assertions. In: Testing: Academic & Industrial Conference - Practice and Research Techniques, Graz, Austria.
Axelsson, Jakob and Kobetski, Avenir (2014) Architectural Concepts for Federated Embedded Systems. In: Second International Workshop on Software Engineering for Systems-of-Systems.
Axelsson, Jakob and Kobetski, Avenir and Ni, Ze and Zhang, Shuzhou and Johansson, Eilert (2014) MOPED: A Mobile Open Platform for Experimental Design of Cyber-Physical Systems. In: The 40th Euromicro Conference on Software Engineering and Advanced Applications.
Ni, Ze and Kobetski, Avenir and Axelsson, Jakob (2014) Design and Implementation of a Dynamic Component Model for Federated AUTOSAR Systems. In: 51st Annual Design Automation Conference on Design Automation Conference.
Zhang, Shuzhou and Kobetski, Avenir and Johansson, Eilert and Axelsson, Jakob and Wang, Huifeng (2013) Porting an AUTOSAR-Compliant Operating System to a High Performance Embedded Platform. In: 3rd Embedded Operating Systems Workshop, Toulouse, France.
Kobetski, Avenir and Axelsson, Jakob (2013) On the Technological and Methodological Concepts of Federated Embedded Systems. In: First Open EIT ICT Labs Workshop on Cyber-Physical Systems Engineering.
Axelsson, Jakob and Kobetski, Avenir (2013) On the Conceptual Design of a Dynamic Component Model for Reconfigurable AUTOSAR Systems. In: 5th Workshop on Adaptive and Reconfigurable Embedded Systems.
Kobetski, Avenir and Axelsson, Jakob (2013) Paving the Way for Apps in Vehicles. ERCIM News.
Kobetski, Avenir and Axelsson, Jakob (2012) Federated Robust Embedded Systems: Concepts and Challenges. [SICS Report]
Kobetski, Avenir and Axelsson, Jakob (2012) Federated Embedded Systems – a review of the literature in related fields. [SICS Report]
At the recent 40th Euromicro Conference on Software Engineering and Advanced Applications in Verona, Italy, a paper written by Jakob Axelsson, Avenir Kobetski (image), Ze Ni, Shuzhou Zhang, and Eilert Johansson from the SICS Software and Systems Engineering Lab received the best paper award. Out of 134 submitted papers, three contributions were awarded based on the scientific reviewers’ rankings. The SICS paper is entitled “MOPED: A Mobile Open Platform for Experimental Design of Cyber-Physical...
October 1st a new lab starts at SICS, marking a new important research focus of the institute: The Software and Systems Engineering Laboratory. The lab will develop tools and methods for how to efficiently develop large scale software-intensive systems.Jakob Axelsson, the manager of the new lab, explains: "We provide knowledge and services in areas such as systems architecture, process development, and quality assurance. An underlying theme is ways of handling increasing complexity. Our...