The PESW 2017

Event logoThe PESW is a forum for friendly discussion of emerging ideas aimed at doctoral and prospective doctoral students.

June 29 - 30, the PESW workshop will take place in Roztoky u Prahy (

The Prague Embedded Systems Workshop is a research meeting organized for the 5th time already, which is intended for the presentation of Ph.D. students’ results and partial progress in their research in the field of all aspects of embedded systems design, testing and applications.

The IEEE SB coorganizes the Workshop. IEEE SB also organizes the Student Poster Session.

Download the Call For Papers

Student Poster Session

The objective of the Student Poster Session at the PESW is to provide a forum for presentation of student works defended in this or in the last year (since summer 2016). The presented works must be Bachelor or Master Theses from the field of Embedded Systems.

The poster session is organized by students for students, while the workshop is a unique forum, where you can meet researchers and PhD. students from around the world - you can find new friends, discuss your ideas and have a lot of fun.

Best posters will be rewarded by valuable prizes donated by IEEE and the workshop sponsors.

Please, refer to the PESW webpage to submit your work.

In case of any question, please contact the session Chair:
Jan Belohoubek,

Important Dates

Student posters submission deadline: June 24, 2017
Student posters notification of acceptance: June 26, 2017

Workshop: June 29-30, 2017

Download the Poster Session poster

Posters Accepted for Presentation

Bachelor Theses
Author Title Institution Best Poster Award
Lukáš MazurSide channel analysis of cryptographic algorithms implementationsFIT CTUEaton Award - 1st place
Karol MarsoA New Parking-Space Detection SystemFIIT STUIEEE Award - 3rd place
Jiří CvrčekDesign and realization of a wattrouterFIT CTUIEEE Award - 2nd place
Adam PodroužekComputer controlled camera sliderFIT CTUIEEE Award - 3rd place
Ondřej SemrádDifferential power analysis attack on implementation of AES algorithm on Xilinx platformFIT CTUEaton Award - 3rd place
Jan ŘíhaSide Channel Attack on AES Implementation in Altera PlatformFIT CTUEaton Award - 2nd place
David ŠafrataMeteostation using Bluetooth Low EnergyFIT CTUIEEE Award - 1st place
Jiří HavránekNetwork flows exporter supporting application informationFIT CTU
Master Theses
Author Title Abstract Best Poster Award