News and information related to current and past RCL projects are listed in the following.
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IRENE project is a UniFI success story PDF Print E-mail

IRENE is one of the four projects selected by the University of Florence as a successful example of research joint funding, and today Prof. Bondavalli presented it during an information day organized by UniFI.

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SecureCI 2016 Winter School PDF Print E-mail

The SecureCI 2016 Winter School in "Securing Critical Infrastructures" will take place in Cortina D'Ampezzo (Italy) from the 17th to the 21st of January 2016.

The school is organized by several research groups belonging to different italian universities, partners of the TENACE project (2013-2016), which investigate the protection of national critical infrastructures from cyber threats following a collaborative approach whenever appropriate.

The school is mainly intended for PhD students interested in hot topics on securing critical infrastructures, from both a theoretical and a practical perspective.

All the information are available here:
Detailed introduction:
About the Venue:

Evento conclusivo del progetto "Secure!" PDF Print E-mail

Evento conclusivo del progetto "Secure!"
Lo scorso 7 Maggio si è tenuto presso il CNR di Pisa l'evento conclusivo del progetto Secure!, dove sono stati presentati i principali risultati conseguiti nel progetto, assieme a demo dei principali prototipi.
Le slide presentate all'evento sono disponibili qui sotto in forma di webinar. Una versione in pdf della locandina dell'evento e dell'agenda finale può essere scaricata qui.

Final event of the "Secure!" project
On May 7th the Secure! conclusive event was held at CNR Pisa, where final results of the project were shown to a large audience togheter with demo of main prototypes.
The slides presented at the event are available below (Italian only). The leaaflet of the event, including the final agenda, can be downloaded here.

CECRIS: CErtification of CRItical Systems PDF Print E-mail

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Involvment type: participant
Project website:
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.


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

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!

RCL receives brazilian researchers PDF Print E-mail

Starting from the middle of November, the Resilient Computing Lab is hosting three brazilian students as part of the DEVASSES project. All of them are coming from Universidade Federal de Alagoas (UFAL), in Maceió, Alagoas, and are supervised by professor Baldoino Neto.

Anderson Santos is a graduate student working on Anomaly Detection Benchmarks, and he will stay in Firenze for six months. Caio Barbosa and Felipe Falcão are both undergraduate students visiting Firenze for three months: Caio is studying an Anomaly Detector Framework and Felipe is addressing the Classification of Anomaly Detection Algorithms.


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