Welcome to my webpage! I am a PhD student and research assistant at the Computer Engineering Group (TEC), under the supervision of Prof. Lothar Thiele, at the Computer Engineering and Networks Laboratory (TIK) of ETH Zurich.
My research currently revolves around mixed-criticality real-time scheduling.
You can see more about me in my short biography here.

Teaching

Teaching Assistant

Embedded Systems: Spring '16, '17
Hardware-Software Codesign: Autumn '16, '17

Available Student Theses

Check out the group's available theses, or write me a short mail.

Current & Past Student Theses

Büssler Joel: Automated program analysis for predicting memory access collisions, Semester thesis, supervised together with Andreas Tretter. Autumn '17.

Szebedy Bence: Towards Autonomous Navigation for Nano-Blimps, Semester thesis, supervised together with Andres Gomez and Daniele Palossi. Autumn '17.

Luca Stalder: I Bet My Plane Won't Crash, Bachelor thesis, supervised together with Rehan Ahmed. Spring '17.

Cong Lin: Prediction strategies for energy harvesting systems, Semester thesis, supervised together with Rehan Ahmed. Spring '17.

Kevin Keller: Towards Self-Sustainable Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, Semester thesis, supervised together with Andres Gomez and Daniele Palossi. Autumn '16.

Publications

In Proceedings

Daniele Palossi, Andres Gomez, Stefan Draskovic, Kevin Keller, Luca Benini, Lothar Thiele. Self-Sustainability in Nano Unmanned Aerial Vehicles: A Blimp Case Study. Proceedings of the Computing Frontiers Conference, 2017.

Stefan Draskovic, Pengcheng Huang, and Lothar Thiele. On the Safety of Mixed-Criticality Scheduling. WMC 2016, Nov 2016, Porto, Portugal. Proceedings of WMC 2016. [PDF] [BibTeX]

Journal Articles

Mahdi Asadpour, Karin A Hummel, Domenico Giustiniano, Stefan Draskovic. Route or Carry: Motion-driven Packet Forwarding in Micro Aerial Vehicle Networks. IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing, 2016.