Dr Stuart Mitchell received his DPhil from the University of York on 1994 for a thesis on concurrency in object-oriented programming languages. Subsequently, Stuart worked at the University of York on a variety of projects including distributed real-time operating systems and reflective object-oriented programming systems. In 2004 Stuart developed the prototype for what became the AUTOSAR Run-time environment (RTE) and has contributed to the AUTOSAR standard, primarily on architecture related topics, since then. Stuart also developed the first version of the ETAS AUTOSAR RTE product and was project manager for the ETAS AUTOSAR Operating System. Stuart is currently responsible for developments within the AUTOSAR Adaptive Platform related to Execution Management and also contributing to the ETAS AUTOSAR Adaptive Platform developments.