Filip Marković 🧮

Filip Marković

Postdoc researcher in Computer Science

Max Planck Institute for Software Systems (MPI-SWS)

I am a postdoc researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Software Systems (MPI-SWS) in Kaiserslautern, Germany 🇩🇪. My current research focuses on the probabilistic analysis of real-time and cyber-physical systems. In a nutshell, computing systems are increasingly more complex, and their timing behavior must be predictable in many use cases (automotive industry 🚗, avionics ✈️, medical devices 🏥, aerospace industry 🚀, etc.).

For example, in autonomous vehicles and drones, it is important to detect obstacles, but it is essential that the computation system enables avoiding the obstacle on time⏳, before the collision ⚠️. However, due to the increased complexity of modern functionalities (visual-processing, ML, and AI algorithms, etc.), it is a challenging problem to guarantee correct timing behavior 💻 +⏳ $\Rightarrow$ ☑️.

In my research, I use statistics 📈, probability theory, and randomized algorithms 🎲 to analyze the existing complex systems’ timing behavior, provide formal guarantees about their safety, and construct novel scheduling algorithms that overcome the NP-hard nature in many scheduling problems.

🚧 🏗️ The web-page is under construction. I am sorry for the missing information.

Awards

PhD scholarship (Erasmus Mundus+)
MSc scholarship (Erasmus Mundus)

Experience

 
 
 
 
 
Max Planck Institute for Software Systems (MPI-SWS)
Postdoc Researcher
July 2022 – Present Västerås, Sweden

Overview of duties and accomplishments:

  • Research conducted in the following project:
    • A Theory-Oriented Real- Time Operating System for Temporally Sound Cyber-Physical Systems (TOROS)
  • Published papers at RTSS 2022 (Best presentation award)
 
 
 
 
 
Mälardalen University (MDU)
Postdoc Researcher and Teaching Assistant
July 2020 – June 2022 Västerås, Sweden

Overview of duties and accomplishments:

  • Research conducted in the following projects:
  • Published papers at RTSS 2022, ECRTS 2021, RTCSA 2021 …
  • Teaching duties in the following courses:
    • Software Architecture and Processes
    • Software Development for Real-Time Systems
 
 
 
 
 
Mälardalen University (MDU)
PhD Researcher and Teaching Assistant
July 2015 – June 2020 Västerås, Sweden

Overview of duties and accomplishments:

  • Research conducted in the following project
    • Erasmus Mundus+, funded by the European Comission
  • Published papers at RTAS 2020, ECRTS 2020, IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics …
  • Teaching duties in the following courses:
    • Component-based technologies
    • Software Architecture and Processes
    • Software Development for Real-Time Systems

PhD supervisor: Jan Carlson

PhD thesis: Preemption-Delay Aware Schedulability Analysis of Real-Time Systems

Contact

  • fmarkovic at mpi dot sws dot org
  • G 26, Paul-Ehrlich-Straße 26, Kaiserslautern, 67663