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NSF-ITR 2007-2008 Annual Report: Foundations of Hybrid and embedded Systems and Software
Christopher Brooks

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Christopher Brooks. "NSF-ITR 2007-2008 Annual Report: Foundations of Hybrid and embedded Systems and Software". Technical report, Center for Hybrid and embedded Software Systems (CHESS), September, 2008; This report covers research under the NSF-ITR no cost extension by Professor Tomlin and Professor Henzinger.

Abstract
This is the sixth Annual Report for the NSF Large ITR on "Foundations of Hybrid and Em- bedded Systems and Software." This year was a no-cost extension for certain researchers at the University of California Berkeley (Center for Hybrid and embedded Systems and Soft- ware (CHESS) http://chess.eecs.berkeley.edu. Research at the other CHESS partners: ISIS at Vanderbilt University (Institute for Software Integrated Systems http://www.isis.vanderbilt.edu) and the Department of Mathematical Sciences (http://msci.memphis.edu) at the University of Memphis ended before the period covered by this report. The CHESS ITR grant has been instrumental in supporting the launch of Tomlin's new Hy- brid Systems Laboratory in Cory Hall. Specifically the grant continues to support several new directions in systems biology centered on the development of hybrid systems models and analysis tools for the analysis and deeper understanding of several protein regulatory networks. The grant has supported Tomlin her PhD student Anil Aswani and a Berkeley undergraduate Nicholas Boyd. Two additional Berkeley undergraduates Harendra Guturu and Eugene Li have worked on the project though have been supported by external fellowships. The research experience obtained by these undergraduates has been instrumental in helping them decide their next steps: Guturu was accepted and is currently starting the PhD program in Electrical Engineering at Stanford and Li has been accepted into the 5th year Masters program at Berkeley and will continue working on the project this year and next. Boyd will continue working on the project as an undergraduate this year.

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    href="http://chess.eecs.berkeley.edu/pubs/513.html"
    ><i>NSF-ITR 2007-2008 Annual Report: Foundations of
    Hybrid and em<x>bedded Systems and
    Software</i></a>, Technical report,  Center for
    Hybrid and em<x>bedded Software Systems (CHESS),
    September, 2008; This report covers research under the
    NSF-ITR no cost extension by Professor Tomlin and Professor
    Henzinger.
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    Christopher Brooks. "NSF-ITR 2007-2008 Annual Report:
    Foundations of Hybrid and em<x>bedded Systems and
    Software". Technical report,  Center for Hybrid and
    em<x>bedded Software Systems (CHESS), September, 2008;
    This report covers research under the NSF-ITR no cost
    extension by Professor Tomlin and Professor Henzinger.
  • BibTeX
    @techreport{Brooks08_NSFITR20072008AnnualReportFoundationsOfHybridEmxbedded,
        author = {Christopher Brooks},
        title = {NSF-ITR 2007-2008 Annual Report: Foundations of
                  Hybrid and em<x>bedded Systems and Software},
        institution = {Center for Hybrid and em<x>bedded Software Systems
                  (CHESS)},
        month = {September},
        year = {2008},
        note = {This report covers research under the NSF-ITR no
                  cost extension by Professor Tomlin and Professor
                  Henzinger.},
        abstract = {This is the sixth Annual Report for the NSF Large
                  ITR on "Foundations of Hybrid and Em- bedded
                  Systems and Software." This year was a no-cost
                  extension for certain researchers at the
                  University of California Berkeley (Center for
                  Hybrid and em<x>bedded Systems and Soft- ware
                  (CHESS) http://chess.eecs.berkeley.edu. Research
                  at the other CHESS partners: ISIS at Vanderbilt
                  University (Institute for Software Integrated
                  Systems http://www.isis.vanderbilt.edu) and the
                  Department of Mathematical Sciences
                  (http://msci.memphis.edu) at the University of
                  Memphis ended before the period covered by this
                  report. The CHESS ITR grant has been instrumental
                  in supporting the launch of Tomlin's new Hy- brid
                  Systems Laboratory in Cory Hall. Specifically the
                  grant continues to support several new directions
                  in systems biology centered on the development of
                  hybrid systems models and analysis tools for the
                  analysis and deeper understanding of several
                  protein regulatory networks. The grant has
                  supported Tomlin her PhD student Anil Aswani and a
                  Berkeley undergraduate Nicholas Boyd. Two
                  additional Berkeley undergraduates Harendra Guturu
                  and Eugene Li have worked on the project though
                  have been supported by external fellowships. The
                  research experience obtained by these
                  undergraduates has been instrumental in helping
                  them decide their next steps: Guturu was accepted
                  and is currently starting the PhD program in
                  Electrical Engineering at Stanford and Li has been
                  accepted into the 5th year Masters program at
                  Berkeley and will continue working on the project
                  this year and next. Boyd will continue working on
                  the project as an undergraduate this year.},
        URL = {http://chess.eecs.berkeley.edu/pubs/513.html}
    }
    

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