Recore Systems contributes to a number of exciting national and Europe-wide research projects. We collaborate with industry partners and highly-regarded research institutes on advanced research challenges in the areas of multi-core programming and reconfigurability, and implement the lessons learned in our daily work.

This page  provides an overview of our ongoing research and concluded research.

Ongoing research projects

We currently partipate in:

Affordable Safe And Secure Mobility Evolution
ASSUME will provide a seamless, affordable and safe multi-core development methodology that allows the mobility industry to deliver trustworthy new environment monitoring functions and sensors at competitive prices. 

Programming Large Scale Heterogeneous Infrastructure
Make complex parallel systems programmable with the help of a new programming model and development tool-chain.

Self Energy-Supporting Autonomous Computation
Developing a tool-chain to develop complete products that are, energy-wise, self-supporting.

WCET-Aware Parallelization of Model-Based Applications for Heterogeneous Parallel Systems
Developing a tool-chain that translates model-based Scilab/Xcos applications into multi-core optimized C code and guarantees real-time constraints

Integrated Modelling, Fault Management, Verification and Reliable Design Environment for Cyber-Physical Systems
Developing an integrated, cross-layer modeling based tool framework for fault management, verification and reliable design of dependable Cyber-Physical Systems

Concluded research projects

In the past, we have participated in:

Best ENergy EFficiency solutions for heterogeneous multI-core Communicating systems
A cross-industry research & development project.

Sensor Technology Applied in Reconfigurable Systems for Sustainable Security 
Developing reconfigurable sensor networks which can quickly adapt to the changing nature of security threats.

ALgorithm parallelization for Multicore Architectures
Developing a single tool-chain with application code for programming various embedded reconfigurable multi-core architectures.

on-Demand System Reliability
Seeking new design techniques for SoCs to improve reliability while reducing power / performance overheads.

Tracking, tracing, Sensoring Platform
Researching a new generation of electronic Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology for commercial use.

COmmunication-centric heterogeneous Multi-Core ArchitectureS
Seeking breakthrough low-power design solutions for (data) communication-centric heterogeneous multi-core architectures in 45 nm and 32 nm CMOS.

3D-TSV Integration for Multimedia and Mobile Applications
Enabling design and implementation of heterogeneous SoCs (system-on-chip), using the emerging 3D TSV (through-silicon via) technology.

Cutting edge Reconfigurable ICs for Stream Processing
Development of a single highly scalable reconfigurable General Stream Processor for a wide range of streaming applications.

Smart Chips for Smart Surroundings
Creation of flexible and reconfigurable building blocks for new consumer devices and providing proof of concept that reconfigurable computing is power-efficient.

SCAlable LOw Power Embedded PlatformS
Developing cross-domain technology and tooling for multi-core architectures.