9:00 - 9:20 Workshop opening
9:20 - 10:45 Session 1:
9:20 Invited talk: Building Intelligent Space Exploration Missions.
Mike Hinchey
10:20 Autonomic Configuration of Dynamic Protocol Stacks.
Ariane Keller, Daniel Borkmann, Stephan Neuhaus and Markus Happe
10:45 - 11:15 Coffee break
11:15 - 12:30 Session 2:
11:15 Multi-Objective Self-Optimization of Reconfigurable Designs with Machine Learning.
Maciej Kurek, Tianchi Liu and Wayne Luk
11:40 Decomposing Run-time Resource Management in Heterogeneous Reconfigurable Systems.
Stefan Wildermann and Juergen Teich
12:05 Dynamically Shifted Scrubbing for Fast FPGA Repair.
Leonardo Santos, Gabriel Nazar and Luigi Carro
12:30 - 14:00 Lunch
14:00 - 15:25 Session 3:
14:00 Invited talk: From Self-Aware Robotics to Adaptive Silicon Chips: Knobs and Monitors.
Andy Tyrrell
15:00 Towards a Dynamic Evolutionary Approach to FPGA Temperature Management.
Peter Lewis, Walter Chibamu and Xin Yao
15:25 - 16:00 Coffee break
16:00 - 16:50 Session 4:
16:00 Using Statistical Assertions to Guide Self-Adaptive Systems.
Tim Todman, Stephan Stilkerich and Wayne Luk
16:25 Designing Self-Adaptive Smart Spaces for Energy Saving.
Alessandro A. Nacci, Christian Pilato, Marco Santambrogio and Donatella Sciuto
16:50 - 17:30 Workshop closing and discussion

Invited speakers

Prof. Mike Hinchey - The Irish Software Engineering Research Centre (Lero)

Mike Hinchey is Director of Lero - the Irish Software Engineering Research Centre, a multi-institutional research centre funded by Science Foundation Ireland, and Professor of Software Engineering at University of Limerick, Ireland. He was previously Director of the NASA Software Engineering Laboratory at Goddard Space Flight Center and continues to serve as a NASA expert consultant. He is editor-in-chief of Innovations in Systems and Software Engineering: a NASA Journal (Springer) and is currently a Vice President of IFIP and Chair of the IFIP Technical Assembly.

Prof. Andy Tyrrell - University of York

Andy Tyrrell received a 1st class honours degree in 1982 and a PhD in 1985 (Aston University), both in Electrical and Electronic Engineering. He joined the Electronics Department at York University in April 1990, he was promoted to the Chair of Digital Electronics in 1998. His main research interests are in the design of biologically-inspired architectures, artificial immune systems, evolvable hardware, FPGA system design and real-time systems. This work has included the creation of embryonic processing array, intrinsic evolvable hardware systems and the immunotronics hardware architecture. He is Head of the Intelligent Systems research group at York. He has published over 280 papers in these areas. He is a Senior member of the IEEE and a Fellow of the IET.