Ruchkin Tapped for ACVI Talk-Institute for Software Research - Carnegie Mellon University

Thursday, March 17, 2016

Ruchkin Tapped for ACVI Talk

Ivan Ruchkin, PhD student in Software Engineering, has been invited to deliver at the Architecture-Centric Virtual Integration workshop next month in Venice, Italy.

Held in conjunction with WICSA+CompArch, the premier conference in software architecture, the ACVI Workshop draws researchers and practioners from around the globe together to assess and discuss cutting-edge work related to safety-critical systems modelling.

Ruchkin’s talk, titled “Integration beyond Components and Models: Research Challenges and Directions”, addresses recent achievements in the field as well as new directions driven by what he believes to be gaps in traditional systems modeling and integration as it relates to cyberphysical systems.

By: Josh Quicksall, jquick@cmu.edu