Christian El Salloum is an assistant professor at the Institut für Technische Informatik, Real-Time Systems Group at the Vienna University of Technology. He has studied Computer Sciences at the Vienna University of Technology and received the Dipl.-Ing. (Master's) degree in 2003. In January 2008, Christian El Salloum has finished his doctoral studies in Computer Science with Prof. Hermann Kopetz at the Technische Universität Wien as research advisor.
ResearchChristian El Salloum's research interests focus on
- distributed embedded real-time systems,
- embedded systems security, and
- integrated architectures for automotive and avionic control systems.
In particular he is experienced with the time-triggered technology (e.g., FlexRay, TTP or TTEthernet). Currently he is involved in the design of a novel time-triggered System-on-Chip architecture for ultra-dependable embedded systems.
Projects and PlatformsChristian El Salloum is involved in many national and international research projects and platforms with industrial and academic partners:
Strategic Research Agenda (ARTEMIS SRA) that will become a reference on its own domain and attract commitment of all stake holders in the sector.
TTSoCTTSoC is a national project with academic and industrial partners aiming at developing a novel system-on-chip architecture for many different types of embedded applications (e.g., automotive, avionics, consumer electronics). At the core of this architecture is a time-triggered Network-on-a-Chip (NoC) for the predictable interconnection of IP cores.
Conference Papers and Publications in Scientific Journals:Database
Doctor's Theses:Christian El Salloum:
"Interface Design in the Time-Triggered System-on-Chip Architecture";
Reviewer: H. Kopetz, W. Kastner; Institut für Technische Informatik, Vienna University of Technology 2008.