The DeSyRe project was funded to perform research on the design of future reliable Systems-on-Chip (SoCs). These are systems that guarantee continuous and correct operation in the existence of different types of faults. It is a well known fact that various systems are extremely sensitive to faults; typical examples are medical embedded systems, in which a single malfunction will put the life of a patient in danger.

The DeSyRe consortium brought together leading European experts in the field of fault-tolerant and self-repairing designs, both from academia and industry. University partners are: project leader Chalmers University of Technology (Sweden), University of Bristol (UK), EPFL (Switzerland), Forth (Greece) and Imperial College London (UK). Industry partners are Neurasmus and Recore Systems (The Netherlands) and Yogitech (Italy).

The result of Neurasmus's participation in DeSyRe led to significant breakthroughs and experience which benefited both the SINS and BrainFrame research themes.  

A detailed press release about the results of the project can be found on the DeSyRe Coordinator's (Chalmers) website : here


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