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The field of embedded electronic systems is still emerging, e.g. in attractive products from wide-spreaded industry as well as in corresponding academic and industrial research activities. Here, multipurpose adaptivity and reliability features are playing more and more central roles, especially while scaling silicon technologies down according to Moore's goals. This keynote will discuss the challenges arising out of this situation and will try to outline some promising perspectives for future adaptive, reliable and complex systems-on-chip.