Universities using aicas realtime technology for projects and teaching

DHBW Ravensburg

The Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg offers a wide array of studies at its science and economy faculties. Currently around 1.100 companies from all of Germany train their future specialists and executives at the DHBW.

Since 2008 Prof. Dr. Andreas Judt uses JamaicaVM in his realtime systems course. The course offers an overview of controllers, networking, operating systems and programming, with a focus on programming realtime systems with Java. The degree course 'Informationstechnik' recognizes a future focus in implementing information systems in aeronautics and space systems, as well as automotive infotainment.


Hochschule Ulm - University of Applied Sciences

The success of Ulm University of Applied Science is based on the cooperation with industry. It integrates the areas of research and development with the help of own research institutes and several Steinbeis Transfer Centers of the Steinbeis Foundation for Economic Development Stuttgart


ISAE—Institut Supérieur de l'Aéronautique et de l'Espace

The 'Institut Supérieur de l’Aéronautique et de l’Espace' (ISAE) was created in 2007 from the merger of the two prestigious French 'Grandes Ecoles': SUPAERO (1909) and ENSICA (1945). ISAE is today, a worldwide reference in aerospace higher education and research.


University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria, Hagenberg

The Hagenberg Campus of the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria is part of the 'Softwarepark Hagenberg', which also hosts several university research departments and software companies. With its unique combination of education, research and business, Hagenberg has established itself as a dynamic center of computing and software development with an international reputation.

Vorlesung: Distributed Real-Time Systems des Master-Studiengangs 'Mobile Computing'


University of York

In less than 50 years, York has become one of the top ten universities in the UK for teaching and research – and is ranked in the top 100 universities in the world.

Andy Wellings, a Professor of Real-Time Systems in the Department of Computer Science, offers a course named 'Concurrent and Real-Time Programming in Java' based on his book of the same name. aicas JamaicaVM is one of the technologies described in his book, and while not officially used in the course, he tells students about the JamaicaVM technology.

More info about the book is available on its web page.