New project SAM-FMS studies scheduling in cyber-physical systems

News - 20 December 2019 - Communication

The NWO-funded SAM-FMS project will deliver new scheduling and co-design methods by pursuing model-driven and constraint-based synthesis approaches based on flow-shop models of manufacturing systems.  The methods will be developed in close collaboration with Canon Production Printing (formerly OcĂ©) and ESI (TNO).

Delft University of Technology offers a paid PhD position as part of the SAM-FMS project, on the topic of constraint-based real-time scheduling with application to cyber-physical systems such as contemporary manufacturing systems.