Fredrik Warg received the M.S. degree in electrical engineering from Luleå University of Technology, Sweden, in 1999, and the Ph.D. degree in computer engineering from Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, in 2006.
The doctoral research was in the field of computer architecture, focused on automatic parallelization of software for multicore systems using thread-level speculative execution. After some years in industry - first as co-founder in a startup company and later as a software developer in the telecom industry, developing multicore platform software for radio base stations at Ericsson - he joined RISE Research Institutes of Sweden in 2014, and is now a senior researcher in the field of dependable systems at the Department of Electrification and Reliability - Unit of Dependable Transport Systems.
His current research interests include safety and security for connected automated vehicles, safety assurance- and verification methods, and software development for dependable systems. He has participated in over 15 national and European research projects, and led two national projects in the area of safety for automated vehicles. He also works with functional safety assessments, holding professional education courses, and is involved in safety standardization.