Pierre G. Jansen
Faculty of Computer Science
University of Twente, P.O. Box 217
7500 AE Enschede, The Netherlands
Phone : +31 53 489 3717
Fax : +31 53 489 4590
Internet : firstname.lastname@example.org
I teach the following courses:
The following course is not given anymore but still serves as valuable
My research activities are in the field of Embedded Systems; many
topics are related to Real-Time (RT) system
For more detailed information and publications you may take a look
at my research page.
- Hard RT processing: Scheduling and feasibility analyses
- RT networking: Scheduling and feasibility analyses
- Soft RT: QoS analyses and admission control for Multimedia
- Distributed Resource Control: Scheduling and feasibility
analyses in parallel
and distributed systems
I participate in the following current projects:
I have been involved in the following recent project(s):
(2006) a cooperation with NXP Research, investigates information flows
from the background memory to on-tile memory in an Network On Chip
(2005) a cooperation with NXP Research, investigates Timing
Analyses in an Network On Chip context.
Surroundings (2004) a Bsik project to investigate, define, develop,
demonstrate the core architectures and frameworks for future ambient
(2004) is a STW project in
feather-light distributed mechanisms for networking and distributed
(2003-2007) a European project that adresses networked home control
applications for the audio-video world
to specify an open, secure global home platform.
- Eyes (2001-2005) a
European project on
energy effecient sensor networks.
NWO project to integrate home appliances into one coherent distributed
(2002-2006) a NWO project that adresses fundamental issues in design
architecture of low power
For Master and other students we have:
Master work and vacancies
Internal and external stages
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I like to maintain my own operating systems, at home as well at work. I
consider this as a good practical school for finding your way in the
abundance of tools that are needed for computer science. I'm however
not a professional System Administrator and for in-depth questions you
better go to the more skilled SA's such as Fred Gansevles.
Beginners with interests in an online Unix Administration may have a
look at the (now dated) course
from David Jones.