Dr. rer. nat. Stefan Grösbrink


Dr. rer. nat. Stefan Grösbrink

Stefan Grösbrink was research assistant in the research group Design of Distributed Embedded Systems.





Stefan Groesbrink works in the research project ARAMiS. The project is aimed at an increase of safety, efficiency and comfort in the mobility domain (automotive, avionics, and railroad) by the introduction of multicore technology. Goal of his work is the co-allocation of security-relevant real-time systems with uncritical systems on a single multicore platform, supported by virtualization. He is associated member of the Software Quality Lab (s-lab), and worked in the cooperative research project "Configurable IP-Stack for Smart Cards".

Research interests:
  • Embedded Real-time Systems
  • Virtualization
  • Scheduling, in particular Mixed-Criticality Scheduling
  • Certification of Functional Safety
  • Multi-Processor Systems-on-Chip (MPSoC)
  • HW/SW Co-Design
Projects: Teaching: Supervised theses:
  • Robin Vogt: Evaluation von QEMU zur echtzeitfähigen Emulation der PowerPC ISA auf einem x86 PC (in cooperation with dSPACE)
  • Katharina Gilles: A Multi-Core Hypervisor for Embedded Real-Time Systems
  • Vinkat Rakesh Garimella: A Simulation Platform for Hierarchical Scheduling on Multi-Core Architectures
  • Benjamin Raddatz: Virtual Machine Migration for Heterogeneous Multiprocessor Architectures
  • Konstantin Steinmiller: Erweiterung eines Echtzeitsimulators zur Evaluation von adaptiven hierarchischen Schedulingverfahren
  • Sandeep Korrapati: Evaluation of Real-Time Virtualization for Self-Service Devices (in cooperation with Wincor Nixdorf)
  • Sven Schönberg: Entwicklung einer MPU-basierten Virtualisierungslösung für Multicoresysteme im Automotive-Bereich (in cooperation with Audi)
  • Adrian Bartnik: Proposal for a Paravirtualization Interface Standard for Real-time Virtualization