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Borde is currently a researcher at LTCI (CNRS/Telecom ParisTech) and an Associate Professor at Telecom ParisTech. His activities focus on software engineering for real-time embedded
systems. His research interests are:
component-based software engineering, architecture description
languages, model transformation, code generation, and formal
In his research, Etienne applies and develops such techniques to improve design methods of real-time embedded systems. The results of this work has been published in prestigious international conferences (a selection of these publications is available bellow). As a researcher, Etienne was involved in different research projects and you can also find more details about this at the bottom of this page.
If you are interested to know more about Etienne Borde's activity, you can download Etienne Borde's CV, or continue reading the content of this website. In case you need more information, you can email: etienne(dot)borde(at)telecom-paristech.fr
Mälardalen University (Sweden)
PhD. in Software Engineering, 2009
Thales & Telecom ParisTech (France)
Master of Science - Computer Science, 2006
Ecole Centrale de Nantes (France)
E.Borde, S.Rahmoun, F.Cadoret, L.Pautet, F.Singhoff, P.Dissaux. Architecture models refinement for fine grain timing analysis of embedded systems. International Symposium on Rapid System Prototyping (RSP'14), New Dehli (India) 2014.
G.Loniewski, E.Borde, D.Blouin, and E.Insfrán. An Automated Approach for Architectural Model Transformations. International Conference on Information Systems Development (ISD'13), Seville (Spain), 2013.
F.Cadoret, E.Borde, S.Gardoll and L.Pautet.
Design Patterns for Rule-based Refinement of Safety Critical
Embedded Systems Models.
Conference on Engineering of Complex Computer Systems (ICECCS'12),
Paris (FRANCE), 2012.
and J.Carlson. Towards
verified synthesis of ProCom, a component model for real-time
embedded systems. Component-Based
Software Engineering (CBSE'11), Boulder (USA), 2011.
E.Borde, A.Marref and J.Carlson. Hierarchical
Composition of Parametric WCET in a Component Based Approach. IEEE
International Symposium on Object/Component/Service-Oriented
Real-Time Distributed Computing (ISORC'11),
Newport Beach (USA), 2011.
section describes the main software projects Etienne Borde was involved
in. These contributions were realized in collaborative projects listed
- RAMSES is a model transformation framework dedicated to the refinement of AADL models. The first version of RAMSES was developed in the scope of the PARSEC Project by TELECOM ParisTech.
Etienne Borde is the current leader the RAMSES project.
- PRIDE is an integrated developement environement dedicated to the ProCom component model. PRIDE was developped by the University of Malärdalens (MDH) in the scope of the PROGRESS project. Etienne Borde was the initiator the the synthesis plugin of PRIDE.
- MyCCM-HI is a component framework implementing a subset of the Lightweight CCM standard. The restrictions aims at respecting current practices in the developement of High-Integrity real-time embedded systems. MyCCM-HI was developed by Thales during the Flex-eWare project. Etienne Borde was the architect of the mode switches mechanisms in MyCCM-HI.
PARSEC is a French collaborative project that aims at defining a development environment for critical
distributed embedded systems requiring certification according to
strict standards such as DO-178B (avionics) or IEC61508
(transportation) or Common Criteria for Information Technology
Security (information systems security). The projects approach is
to provide developers of these systems with an integrated tool suite
that tackles the specific challenges related to these systems.
- PROGRESS is a Swedish project dedicated to find methods for cost-efficient handling of
the increasing complexity of software in computer-based products. Industrial sectors, such as
the automotive, telecom, and automation industries are more specifically targetted.
- Flex-eWare is a French collaborative project dedicated to the definition of open source software development tools dedicated to flexible, reconfigurable embedded systems.