CECRIS: CErtification of CRItical Systems PDF Print E-mail
CECRIS

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Involvment type: participant
Project website: http://www.cecris-project.eu/
Start date: 01-01-2013
End date: 31-12-2016

The project aims at taking a step forward in the growing field of development, verification and validation and certification of critical systems.

The project focuses on the more difficult/important points of (safety, efficiency, business, .) of critical system development, verification and validation and certification process. The scientific objectives of the project are study both the scientific and industrial state of the art methodologies for system development and the impact of their usage on the verification and validation and certification of critical systems. Moreover the project aims at developing strategies and techniques supported by automatic or semi-automatic tools and methods for these type of activities, whose cost-quality achievements are well-predictable in order to tie costs of application of techniques to the RAMS attributes level achieved by the product being tested. The project will draw-up guidelines to support engineers during the planning of the verification & validation phases.

 

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CHESS training material is now available! PDF Print E-mail
CHESS

The official training and demo material for the CHESS methodology and toolset is now available!

The CHESS project has developed a first set of prototypes of the tools, which are being evaluated by the industrial user partners in the project. Video demonstrations of the prototype tools are available.

Moreover, a training curriculum have been developed, to allow embedded systems developers to become familiar with the CHESS tools and methodology. The training videos, which include both slides and narration from CHESS experts, are now public and available for download as well!

 
Past Theses PDF Print E-mail
Theses

Ph.D. Theses

Members

  • PhD Thesis E. Schiavone. "Design and Evaluation of Multi-Biometric Approaches for Continuous Authentication and Non-Repudiation in Critical Services". Ph.D. thesis. 2019. [More] 
  • PhD Thesis T. Zoppi. "Towards Effective Anomaly Detection in Complex Dynamic Systems". Ph.D. thesis. Università degli Studi di Firenze. Dottorato in Matematica, Informatica, Statistica (XXX ciclo). 2018. Supervisors: Andrea Bondavalli, Andrea Ceccarelli. [More] 
  • PhD Thesis N. Nostro. "Model-Based Approaches To Dependability And Security Assessment in Critical and Dynamic Systems". Ph.D. thesis. Università degli Studi di Firenze. Dottorato in Informatica, Sistemi e Telecomunicazioni (XXVII ciclo). March 18th, 2015. Supervisors: Prof. Andrea Bondavalli, Dr. Felicita Di Giandomenico. [More] 
  • PhD Thesis L. Montecchi. "A Methodology and Framework for Model-Driven Dependability Analysis of Critical Embedded Systems and Directions Towards Systems of Systems". Ph.D. thesis. Università degli Studi di Firenze. Dottorato in Informatica, Sistemi e Telecomunicazioni (XXVI ciclo). March 25th, 2014. Supervisor(s): A. Bondavalli. [More] 
  • PhD Thesis F. Brancati. "Adaptive and Safe Estimation of Different Sources of Uncertainty to Improve Dependability of Highly Dynamic Systems Through Online Monitoring Analysis". Ph.D. thesis. Università degli Studi di Firenze. Dottorato in Informatica e Applicazioni (XXIV ciclo). May 14th, 2012. Supervisor(s): A. Bondavalli. [More] 

Master's Theses

  • Master's Thesis E. Schiavone. "Autenticazione Continua Biometrica: Definizione e Prototipazione di una Soluzione per la Protezione di Ambienti Desktop". Master's thesis. Università degli Studi di Firenze. Corso di Laurea Magistrale in Informatica. April 17th, 2015. Supervisor(s): A. Bondavalli, Co-Supervisor(s): A. Ceccarelli. [More] 
  • Master's Thesis R. Bernini. "Integrazione di Formalismi Stocastici per L'Analisi e L'Ottimizzazione di Processi Industriali". Master's thesis. Università degli Studi di Firenze. Corso di Laurea Magistrale in Scienze e Tecnologie dell'Informazione. April 17th, 2015. Supervisor(s): A. Bondavalli, Co-Supervisor(s): P. Lollini. [More] 
  • Master's Thesis T. Zoppi. "Metodologia, Ambiente di Test e Analisi dei Dati per lo Studio di Indicatori Middleware e di Sistema Finalizzata alla Rilevazione di Anomalie". Master's thesis. Università degli Studi di Firenze. Corso di Laurea Magistrale in Scienze e Tecnologie dell'Informazione. July 18th, 2014. Supervisor(s): A. Bondavalli, Co-Supervisor(s): A. Ceccarelli. [More] 
  • Master's Thesis M. Casciaro. "Modellizzazione ed Analisi di Security in un Sistema Automatico di Protezione Cantiere". Master's thesis. Università degli Studi di Firenze, Corso di Laurea Magistrale in Informatica. February 22th, 2013. Supervisor(s): A. Bondavalli, Co-Supervisor(s): P. Lollini. [More] 
  • Master's Thesis L. Montecchi. "Un Modello Intermedio di Dependability Integrabile in un Processo di Model-Driven Engineering". Master's thesis. Università degli Studi di Firenze. Corso di Laurea in Scienze e Tecnologie dell'Informazione. October 27th, 2010. Supervisor(s): A. Bondavalli, Co-Supervisor(s): P. Lollini. [More] 

Bachelor's Theses

  • Other A. Baldecchi. "Software FMEA: tecniche, tools di supporto e sviluppi recenti". April 20th, 2016. Università degli Studi di Firenze. Corso di Laurea in Informatica. April 20th, 2016. Supervisor(s): P. Lollini, Co-Supervisor(s): L. Montecchi. [More] 
  • Other M. Buracchi. "Progettazione ed Implementazione di un Master Clock Sicuro ed Affidabile per Cyberphysical Systems of Systems". 2015. Università degli Studi di Firenze. Corso di Laurea in Informatica. October, 9th 2015. Supervisor(s): A. Bondavalli, Co-Supervisor(s): A. Ceccarelli. [More] 
  • Other D. Zampini. "Sperimentazione dell'utilizzo di strumenti per la rilevazione online di anomalie in sistemi e infrastrutture critiche". 2011. Università degli Studi di Firenze. Corso di Laurea in Informatica. December 21th, 2009. Supervisor(s): A. Bondavalli, Co-Supervisor(s): F. Brancati, A. Ceccarelli. [More] 
  • Other F. Gogaj. "Progettazione ed implementazione di un algoritmo per il calcolo dell'incertezza di sincronizzazione e sua integrazione in un prototipo di R&SACLOCK". Bachelor's thesis. Università degli Studi di Firenze. Corso di Laurea in Informatica. December 21th, 2009. Supervisor(s): A. Bondavalli, Co-Supervisor(s): F. Brancati, A. Ceccarelli. [More] 
  • Other L. Montecchi. "Analisi e valutazione di reti UMTS". Bachelor's thesis. Università degli Studi di Firenze. Corso di Laurea in Informatica. April 27th, 2007. Supervisor(s): A. Bondavalli, Co-Supervisor(s): P. Lollini. [More] 
 
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The RCL group is composed by several members; more details are available here.

alt              The head of the RCL group is Prof. Andrea Bondavalli,

                                               Full Professor at University of Florence. 

 
How To Reach RCL PDF Print E-mail
Logistics

By plane

You can land in the following airports:
  • Florence airport "Amerigo Vespucci"

    Florence airport is at Peretola, approximately 5 km West of Florence.
    Direct flights (international, no charters) operate from: Amsterdam, Barcelona, Brussels, London Gatwick, Lugano, Munich, Nice, Paris CDG and Vienna.

    When you arrive at the airport, the easiest way to arrive at the deparment is to take a taxi. It should take approximately 10 minutes.

    There is also a shuttle going from the airport to the Florence main train station "Firenze Santa Maria Novella". The name of the shuttle is "Vola in Bus"; details and timetables.
    From the "Firenze Santa Maria Novella" main train station to the department, see below (section "By train").

  • Pisa airport "Galileo Galilei"

    Pisa airport is about 80 km West of Florence.
    Direct flights (international) from: Barcelona, London Gatwick, Munich, Paris.
    Charter flights: London Gatwick, Manchester, Paris Orly.

    Very close to the Terminal, you can find the Pisa Fermata Aeroporto station, take the the People Mover service and reach the Pisa Centrale railway station. Direct trains start from "Pisa Centrale" train station to Florence main train station "Firenze Santa Maria Novella" every hour, approximately (journey time of about 1 hour).

    Almost all trains from Pisa to "Firenze Santa Maria Novella" stop at "Firenze Rifredi" station: from there, see below (section "By train"). Trenitalia website.

  • Rome inter-continental airport "Fiumicino"

    Rome inter-continental Fiumicino airport, served by all major airlines with flights from all over the world, is connected with a non-stop train every hour to the main Rome railway station (Termini), which is reached in half an hour.
    More often than every hour a high speed train leaves Rome Termini to Florence Santa Maria Novella, which is reached in about 100 minutes. Most of these trains require to be reserved in advance. Please visit the Trenitalia website for connections and information.

By train

You can stop at the following train stations:
  • Firenze Santa Maria Novella, the main train station.

     

    Firenze Santa Maria Novella, which is in the city centre, is connected to the major Italian North-South train route.
    High speed trains running between Milan and Rome stop in Firenze Santa Maria Novella. Eurocity and night trains connect directly Florence to several European cities (Paris, Geneve, Zurich, Wien, Munich,...).

    If you stop at Firenze Santa Maria Novella, you can take the Tramway line T1 (direction: Careggi-Ospedale) and get off at the tram stop "Morgagni-Università". Another option is to take a train to Firenze Rifredi (see below).

  • Firenze Rifredi, a secondary Florence train station, the closest to our department.

    All trains from/to Pisa stop in Firenze Rifredi.

    The departement is reachable in 10 minutes by walking. From the station square take via Steccuto, turn right at the first crossing (via R. Giuliani), then, at a petrol station, turn left to via S. Stefano in Pane. At the second traffic light of via S. Stefano in Pane you will meet viale Morgagni, turn left for the department.

Please visit the Trenitalia website for connections and information.

By tram

The tram line going to the department is T1, direction: "Careggi-Ospedale" (Careggi Hospital); the tram stop to get off is "Morgagni-Università" . the T1 tram line stop at the Florence main train station.

By car

The "Autostrada Del Sole" Highway (A1, E35) connects Florence both with southern and northern Italy. We suggest the exit "Firenze Nord" and then follow the instructions to reach the "Careggi" hospital (the department is quite close to the main entrance of the Careggi hospital).

Please visit the Autostrade per l'Italia website for routes and rates.

 
RCL ADVANCEs in its research domain PDF Print E-mail
Announcements

RCL joins the RISE2018 program with the ADVANCE - Addressing Verification and Validation Challenges in Future Cyber-Physical Systems - project, along with the other partners, namely

  • RCL: CINI, Italy
  • UNIVERSIDADE DE COIMBRA, Portugal
  • BUDAPESTI MUSZAKI ES GAZDASAGTUDOMANYI EGYETEM, Hungary
  • UNIVERSIDAD DE LOS ANDES FUNDACION, Colombia
  • RESILTECH SRL, Italy
  • UNIVERSIDADE ESTADUAL DE CAMPINAS, Brazil
  • INSTITUTO NACIONAL DE PESQUISAS ESPACIAIS, Brazil

The abstract of the project (H2020-MSCA-RISE-2018, number 823788) is as follows.

The scientific objective of the ADVANCE project is to conceive new approaches to support the Verification and Validation (V&V) of Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS). It will explore techniques, methods, and tools applicable to different phases of the system lifecycle, but always with the final objective of improving the effectiveness and efficacy of the V&V process. In particular, ADVANCE will focus on two main aspects of V&V: i) techniques to collect V&V evidences for a CPS (focusing on system modeling, testing, fault forecast, and systematic processes like FMEA), and ii) techniques to manage and analyze data of the system under analysis (focusing on data analysis, requirements management, traceability). The strategic objective of the project is to build an international network of collaborations on the topic of V&V of CPSs. Besides allowing the consortium to reach the project's scientific objectives, the established interactions would allow the training of students and professionals on the latest innovations in the V&V panorama, and have them work together towards a common goal. In fact, besides the technical challenges described above, an important factor hampering advancements in the V&V of CPSs is a worldwide lack of skilled professionals in V&V, software testing, and Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in general. One of the outputs of the project will be a set of training material, both in the form of slides and video courses, on the topic of Verification & Validation of Cyber-Physical Systems. These objectives will be pursued by joining together V&V experts having different specialization and different backgrounds, and establishing a targeted transfer of knowledge and collaboration program, using two real case studies as reference

The scientific objective of the ADVANCE project is to conceive new approaches to support the Verification and Validation
(V&V) of Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS). It will explore techniques, methods, and tools applicable to different phases of the
system lifecycle, but always with the final objective of improving the effectiveness and efficacy of the V&V process.
In particular, ADVANCE will focus on two main aspects of V&V: i) techniques to collect V&V evidences for a CPS (focusing
on system modeling, testing, fault forecast, and systematic processes like FMEA), and ii) techniques to manage and
analyze data of the system under analysis (focusing on data analysis, requirements management, traceability).
The strategic objective of the project is to build an international network of collaborations on the topic of V&V of CPSs.
Besides allowing the consortium to reach the project’s scientific objectives, the established interactions would allow the
training of students and professionals on the latest innovations in the V&V panorama, and have them work together towards
a common goal. In fact, besides the technical challenges described above, an important factor hampering advancements in
the V&V of CPSs is a worldwide lack of skilled professionals in V&V, software testing, and Information and Communication
Technology (ICT) in general. One of the outputs of the project will be a set of training material, both in the form of slides and
video courses, on the topic of Verification & Validation of Cyber-Physical Systems.
These objectives will be pursued by joining together V&V experts having different specialization and different backgrounds,
and establishing a targeted transfer of knowledge and collaboration program, using two real case studies as reference


 
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