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– CENTER FOR EMBEDDED SOFTWARE SYSTEMS

CISS IS A WORLD-LEADING RESEARCH CENTER WITHIN EMBEDDED SOFTWARE.

THE CENTER IS ANCHORED IN ONE OF DENMARK’S LEADING IT RESEARCH ENVIRONMENTS AT AALBORG UNIVERSITY AND HAS A LONG HISTORY OF SUCCESSFUL INDUSTRIAL COLLABORATION.

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From CISS Director,
Professor Kim Guldstrand Larsen

Our researchers possess a wide range of competences within electronics and IT, and the purpose of the centre is to facilitate collaboration between research and industry – for the benefit of research, business and society.

We interact closely with a large number of Danish and international researchers all over the world, thus giving our partners access to cutting-edge knowledge and research that can be utilized for commercial, societal and research purposes.

NEWS AND EVENTS

Researchers on the trail of COVID-19: People have a civic duty to get tested

The next phase of the global battle against COVID-19 is in full swing, and huge testing facilities to monitor the rate of transmission are up and running. An entirely new simulation system can very accurately assess the development of epidemics and the effects of potential interventions. However, if the models are to work people cannot choose whether they want to be tested. This should be a civic duty so that we can get an accurate picture, the researchers say, and every year – just like in the military – major exercises should be held to assess whether we are prepared for future pandemics.

Researchers striving for better water control

Researchers from Aalborg University aim to combine mathematical models with machine learning in an attempt to control water in cities. The aim is to make certain the water does not end up in the wrong place at the wrong time.

Consume power flexibly and contribute to the green transition

Over a number of years, researchers at Aalborg University have worked within flexible energy consumption. In a new European project, they continue their development of a concept in which both consumers’ and companies’ willingness to be flexible will play a crucial role.