Institute for Software-Integrated Systems

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Janos Sztipanovits

Dr. Janos Sztipanovits


E. Bronson Ingram Distinguished
Professor of EECS

Director of ISIS

Vanderbilt University

Nashville, TN


Overview of the

Institute for Software
-
Integrated Systems

ISIS
-
2005

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ISIS Parameters


Established by the School of
Engineering

at Vanderbilt University in 1998


Academic/professional research

organization


Composition (housed in 3 buildings):


-

35 Research Scientists &


Staff Engineers


-

7 Faculty


-

5 Admin Staff


-

50 Graduate students


~$10,000,000 in FY05 research

awards


~50 cost centers

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Senior Personnel


Dr. Ted Bapty, Senior Research Scientist (VU/ISIS: 16 years)

(MIC environments, HW/SW codesign, sensor systems, modeling and
simulation)


Dr. Gautam Biswas, Professor (VU/ISIS: 16 years)

(Learning theory, fault diagnostics, hybrid systems)


Dr. Larry Howard, Senior Research Scientist (VU/ISIS: 9 years)

(SEI system architect until 1997, MIC environments, fault diagnostics training
systems)


Dr. Gabor Karsai, Professor (VU/ISIS: 22 years)

(model transformation, tool architectures, tool integration, systems)


Dr. Akos Ledeczi, Senior Research Scientist (VU/ISIS: 16 years)
(GME,
wireless sensor networks)


Dr. Sandeep Neema, Senior Research Scientist (VU/ISIS: 11 years)

(networked embedded systems, integrated tool chains, modeling and
simulation)


Dr. Douglas C. Schmidt, Professor (VU/ISIS: 4 years)

(distributed, real
-
time, embedded computing, middleware, component models,
design patterns; DARPA program manager)


Dr. Janos Sztipanovits, Professor (VU/ISIS: 23 years)

(modeling/metamodeling, semantic foundations, metaprogrammable tool
architectures; DARPA program manager)

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Model
-
Integrated Computing (MIC)


Architecture modeling, model transformations,

model analysis and model
-
based system

integration. Semantic foundations. Open tool
integration platform
.



Middleware for Distributed Real
-
time
& Embedded Systems


Adaptive & reflective middleware, model
-
based
integration technology above component models,
secure middleware


Model
-
Based Systems Applications



Fault management, distributed control, automotive,
avionics

design processes


Secure Networked Embedded
System


Wireless sensor networks, security/system codesign

Core Competences

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2005 Award Portfolio

FY05 Awards

DARPA:



$3,087,997

NSF:




$2,698,313*

NASA:



$ 529,250

Industry:



$2,433,862

Other DOD:


$ 909,893

Total:



$9,658,615

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ISIS Industry Partners

GM

Boeing

VU/

ISIS

Boeing

LMCOl

Siemens

Boeing

Raytheon

IBM

SwRI

Boeing

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ISIS Academic Partners

UM

MIT

UCB

VU/

ISIS

Stanford

UI

UV

WU

CMU

Penn

Cornell

EU

USC

-
ISI

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Large
-
Impact Projects


The DoD FCS program has inserted ISIS modeling

and analysis tools for architecture exploration

and from FY06 to systems integration.



NEST Shooter Location + Self Localization


Transitioned to Raytheon


Breakthrough in radio interferometric ranging


Widely cited results in protocols, systems and theory


Boeing has licensed Fault
-
Adaptive Control

Technology software for use on their J
-
UCAS

Program, in the X
-
45C vehicle


USMC transitioning ISIS research project results

into USMC tactical aviation squadrons



Middleware and MIC tools


ARMS DARPA program: DDX


TRUST NSF Science and Technology Center

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TRUST S&TC (NSF)

(Partners: UCBerkeley/Cornell/Stanford/CMU)


Mobile Wireless Sensor Network for Acoustic
Battlespace Mapping (DARPA)

(Partner: Sarnoff 18 month)


Systems Biology Tool Suite (DARPA)


Criticality Sensitive Coordination (DARPA)

(Partners: ISI/Kestrel)


Joint Battlespace Infosphere (AFRL)

(Partners: Cornell/CMU)


Future Combat Systems (Boeing)

Top 6 *New* Awards in 2005

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TRUST Idea

Embedded real
-
time systems will become ever
increasingly important as more systems of system
architectures are fielded in the GIG

Embedded computing increasingly becoming

the primary source of innovation in cars

Sensor networks, like VU
-
s Shooter

Location System are a coming wave of

new networked embedded systems



Computing and networking is


increasingly used as
universal


system integrator

(embedded


systems and software)




This leads to the emergence of


a
System’s Industry




Cybersecurity has become a


fundamental
systems

Issue




The core focus of TRUST is


Secure System Design


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Examples for Industry

Interactions


IR&D projects done for companies (Boeing,
Raytheon, GM, Lockheed and others)


CR&D projects done jointly with companies
(Boeing, Raytheon, CoSYS, Sarnoff,..) for
Government (DARPA, NASA)


Product support for ISIS tools (Boeing
JUCAS/IVHM


Modeling tool + on
-
board
software)


ESCHER Institute (2003) for tool maturation
(www.escherinstitute .org)


MIC PSIG at OMG (www.omg.org/mic)


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Teaching and Training


Industrial:


Escher Institute; training programs for major
end
-
user companies


Academic:


MIC course (6
th

year at VU, 2
nd

at Berkeley

Students design DSML
-
s and model
-
based
generators using MIC tools)


Summer program for undergraduates
(SIPHER at VU, SUPERB at Berkeley)


Joint Summer School starts in 2006 with
Berkeley, Stanford, CMU and Cornell on
trusted system design


Migrating MIC to undergraduate level is in
progress