Luka Lednicki is a double degree Ph.D. student at two universities: Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing (FER), University of Zagreb, Croatia, and Mälardalen University (MDU), Västerås, Sweden. He received his M.Sc. double degree in computer science at FER and MDU in May 2008.
His current research interests are in the area of component-based development for distributed embedded systems and embedded systems in general. Special area of interest is integration of software components that are dependent of external hardware devices into component models for embedded system domain. His work is done within DICES project shared between FER and MDU and PROGRESS project coordinated by Mälardalen Real-Time Research Center (MRTC) at MDU. In the PROGRESS project he will investigate how to incorporate different sensors and actuators in ProCom component model aimed for automotive embedded systems.
Making Interoperability Visible: Data Visualization of Cyber-Physical Systems Development Tool Chains (Jun 2016) Didem Gurdur , Jad El-khoury , Tiberiu Seceleanu, Luka Lednicki Journal of Industrial Information Integration (JIII)
Software and Hardware Models in Component-based Development of Embedded Systems (Jan 2015) Luka Lednicki
A Framework for Generation of Inter-node Communication in Component-based Distributed Embedded Systems (Sep 2014) Luka Lednicki, Jan Carlson 20th IEEE International Conference on Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation (ETFA'15)
Handling Cyclic Execution Paths in Timing Analysis of Component-based Software (Aug 2014) Luka Lednicki, Jan Carlson The 40th Euromicro Conference on Software Engineering and Advanced Applications (SEAA 2014)
Specification of tests for validation of worst-case execution time analysis for cyclic execution paths in IEC 61499 (Feb 2014) Luka Lednicki, Jan Carlson
Device Utilization Analysis for IEC 61499 Systems in Early Stages of Development (Sep 2013) Luka Lednicki, Jan Carlson, Kristian Sandström 18th IEEE International Conference on Emerging Technologies & Factory Automation (ETFA'13)