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SaS Seminars

Software and Systems Research Seminar Series


The SaS Seminars are a permanent series of open seminars of the Division of Software and Systems (SaS) at the Department of Computer and Information Science (IDA), Linköping University. The objective of the seminars is to present outstanding research and ideas/problems relevant for SaS present and future activities. In particular, seminars cover the SaS research areas software engineering, programming environments, system software, embedded SW/HW systems, computer systems engineering, realtime systems, parallel and distributed computing, and theoretical computer science. - Two kinds of seminars are planned:

  • talks by invited speakers not affiliated with SaS,

  • internal seminars presenting lab research to whole SaS.

The speakers are expected to give a broad perspective of the presented research, adressing the audience with a general computer science background but possibly with no specific knowledge in the domain of the presented research. The normal length of a presentation is 60 minutes, including discussion.

The SaS seminars are coordinated by Ahmed Rezine.



Recent / Upcoming SaS Seminars (2018)



Real-Time Fault Localisation using Machine Learning and Microservices Principles

Armin Catovic Technology Specialist, Systems & Technology, Ericsson AB.

Monday, January 22nd, 2018, 13:15 room Alan Turing.

Abstract:
Linnaeus is a lightweight microservice that implements simple yet powerful machine learning principles for fault detection and localisation on a continuous log stream. It can be used in both standalone telecom nodes as well as virtualised network functions (VNFs). This seminar covers both the machine learning aspects as well as software design principles. In terms of software design, Linnaeus exposes the current microservices trend seen in the telecom industry, as a natural next step in network function virtualisation and general software architecture.

Bio of speaker:
Armin has been at Ericsson last 10 years. Originally from Melbourne (Australia) he completed a double degree in Computer Science and Telecom Engineering. Armin started his career as a contract Delphi programmer and consultant, before finally entering Ericsson. He worked in Ericsson's global services unit on large-scale 3G/WCDMA radio integration projects in Australia, Singapore, Indonesia and Bangladesh, before moving to Linköping R&D on the then-new 4G/LTE radio system. He worked as a system tester, developer and systems engineer in Linköping, before moving to Stockholm where he is currently working as a senior developer in the context of machine learning and AI.




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