Reinhard Schneider

TU München, RCS
Arcisstraße 21
D-80290 München




Reinhard Schneider received his diploma in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology at the TUM in 2006. Subsequently, he was working in the automotive industry. Since 2009 he is a Doctoral Student at the Institute for Real-Time Computer Systems. His research focuses on rigorous cross-layer design techniques for automotive cyber-physical systems with the goal to close the semantic gap between high-level design models and their actual software implementations. In summer of 2011, he visited Toyota Technical Center in Ann Arbor, Michigan, as a research co-op.


Research Interests

  • Performance and timing analysis of embedded systems
  • Distributed embedded real-time systems
  • Schedulability analysis and schedule synthesis
  • Cyber-physical systems
  • Automotive embedded systems
  • Thesis: Cross-Layer Design of Automotive Cyber-Physical Systems

Teaching Activities

  • Realzeitsysteme (WS2009/10)
  • Real-Time Programming Lab (SoSe2011)
  • Advanced Seminar (SoSe2011, SoSe2012)
  • Advanced Real-Time and Embedded Systems (WS2011/12, WS2012/13)
  • Modeling and Verification of Embedded Systems (WS2013/14)