Section: Partnerships and Cooperations

National Initiatives


  • Program: ANR

  • Project acronym: Feever

  • Project title: Faust Environment Everyware

  • Duration: 2014-2016

  • Coordinator: Pierre Jouvelot, Mines ParisTech

  • Other partners: Grame, Inria Rennes, CIEREC

  • URL: http://www.feever.fr

  • Abstract:

    The aim of project FEEVER is to ready the Faust music synthesis language for the Web. In this context, we collaborate with Mines ParisTech to define a type system suitable to model music signals timed at multiple rates and to formally support playing music synthesised from different physical locations.

Competitivity Clusters

  • Program: FUI

  • Project acronym: P

  • Project title: Project P

  • Duration: March 2011 - Sept. 2015

  • Coordinator: Continental Automotive France

  • Other partners: 19 partners (Airbus, Astrium, Rockwell Collins, Safran, Thales Alenia Space, Thales Avionics...)

  • URL: http://www.open-do.org/projects/p/

  • Abstract:

    The aim of project P is 1/ to aid industrials to deploy model-driven engineering technology for the development of safety-critical embedded applications, 2/ to contribute on initiatives such as ITEA2 OPEES  and Artemisia CESAR to develop support for tools inter-operability, and 3/ to provide state-of-the-art automated code generation techniques from multiple, heterogeneous, system-levels models. The focus of project P is the development of a code generation toolchain starting from domain-specific modeling languages for embedded software design and to deliver the outcome of this development as an open-source distribution, in the aim of gaining an impact similar to GCC for general-purpose programming, as well as a kit to aid with the qualification of that code generation toolchain.

    The contribution of project-team TEA in project P is to bring the necessary open-source technology of the Polychrony environment to allow for the synthesis of symbolic schedulers for software architectures modeled with P in a manner ensuring global asynchronous deterministic execution..


  • Program: CORAC

  • Project acronym: CORAIL

  • Project title: Composants pour l'Avionique Modulaire Étendue

  • Duration: July 2013 - May 2017

  • Coordinator: Thales Avionics

  • Other partners: Airbus, Dassault Aviation, Eurocopter, Sagem...

  • URL: http://www.corac-ame.com/

  • Abstract:

    The CORAIL project aims at defining components for Extended Modular Avionics. The contribution of project-team TEA is to define a specification method and to provide a generator of multi-task applications.