Duration: 1 December 2019 to 30 November 2022
Supported by: Horizon 2020 – European Commission (H2020) under reference 871467
Participants: Jon Ander Gómez Adrián, Roberto Paredes

SELENE is aimed at proposing a new family of safety-critical computing platforms that builds upon open source components such as RISC-V cores, GNU/Linux, and Jailhouse hypervisor. SELENE will develop an advanced computing platform that is able to:

  • adapt the system to the specific requirements of different application domains, to the changing environmental conditions, and to the internal conditions of the system itself
  • allow the integration of applications of different criticalities and performance demands in the same platform, guaranteeing functional and temporal isolation properties
  • achieve flexible diverse redundancy by exploiting the inherent redundant capabilities of the multicore
  • execute in an efficient way compute intensive applications by means of specific accelerators.