1st Demo Session on Visualizing Embedded Systems Solutions  

Collocated to: MECO'2020
Chaired by: Dr. Zoya Dyka, IHP, Germany
Venue and date: Hotel Budva, Budva, Montenegro, June 8-11, 2020

The aim of the demo-sessions is to foster interaction between attendees even more using the demonstrators as means to show case excellent results or promising new ideas stirring discussions and hopefully creating new cooperations. The demo presentations should be related to the following topics, but are not limited to:

• Software and Hardware Architectures for Embedded Systems
• Systems on Chip (SoCs) and Multicore Systems
• Communications, Networking and Connectivity
• Sensors and Sensor Networks
• Mobile and Pervasive/Ubiquitous Computing
• Distributed Embedded Computing
• Real-Time Systems
• Reconfigurable Systems
• Design Methodology and Tools
• System Architecture Synthesis
• mobile, autonomous, wearable and implantable systems
• application analysis, characterization and parallelization for high-performance and low-energy computing
• multi-domain modelling, analysis, synthesis, simulation, integration and validation of heterogeneous systems
• multi-objective and multi-domain optimization and co-design of heterogeneous systems
• MPSoCs, sensors, actuators, MEMS, their integration and packaging
• sensor-based (distributed, networked) monitoring and control
• sub-system arrangement and communication in complex heterogeneous (3D) systems
• safety, security and reliability of complex heterogeneous systems


  1. Aleksander Sudnitsõn, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia
  2.  Oleksandr Sudakov, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, Bogomoletz Institute of Physiology National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Ukraine
  3. Cristian Martin, University of Malaga, Spain
  4. Alexander Adamov, NioGuard Security Lab, Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics, Ukraine
  5. Ievgen Kabin, IHP – Leibniz-Institut für innovative Mikroelektronik, Germany
  6. Daniel Dietterle, u-blox AG, Switzerland
  7. Radovan Stojanovic, University of Montenegro
  8. Lech Jozwiak, Eindhoven Technical University

Submissions consist of two part:

1. Demo (experimental presentation set + poster)

2. Scientific paper from Demo

DEMO scientific paper. If you want from your demo to extract and submit scientific paper pls. use MECO submission rules. The template is the same. The accepted papers will be considered as a normal MECO papers and printed in IEEE MECO Proceedings. The scientific paper is not obligatory for DEMO!! 

For the demo description: submit max 2 pages describing (in free form) how you are going to show case your contribution i.e. what the participants can see during the demo. Send description to  Dr. Zoya Dyka.  Here for example screenshots, photos or videos can be used to provide a visual impression. Please also declare what you need with respect to set-up the demo i.e. number of power supplies, network connection etc. After approval, you will present your DEMO in Special Session or by exibition in form of experimental presentation set + poster. Experimental presentation can be in real work demonstration or video, slide show etc.. The presentation should have a poster in background. Pls, use  template...

MECO rules apply

About Dr. Zoya Dyka


Dr.-Ing. Z. Dyka holds a Diploma in radio physics from the Taras Shevchenko University at Kiev and a Doctoral degree (Dr.-Ing.) from the Brandenburg University of Technology Cottbus-Senftenberg. From 2013 to 2015 she was leading a junior scientist group with 4 members in the field of tamper resistant implementations of cryptographic algorithms. Since 2018 she is leading IHP’s “Total Resilience” research group. Zoya published more than 30 peer reviewed articles of which two received a best paper award. She filed 5 patents of which 3 are granted already. She is working as a reviewer for renowned journals such as IEEE Transactions on Computers, Springer Peer to Peer Communication etc.