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Agenda

Tuesday, 22 June

Time Session Title
10:00–11:00 Registration
11:00–11:30 Introduction and Welcome
11:30–12:00 Driving Innovation – Addressing Megatrends in Automotive
John Stewart, MathWorks
12:00–12:30 Applying Model-Based Design to an On-Board Driver Support System for Economic Driving
Jonny Andersson, Scania
12:30–14:00 Lunch and Exhibition
14:00–14:30 Combustion Engine Starter Simulation in Real Time on Hybrid Powertrain Test Beds
Dr. Martin Schmidt, AVL List
14:30–15:00 Sentience — The Development of Location-Aware Vehicle Control Strategies
Andrew Preece, Ricardo UK
15:00–15:30 Renault's Model-Based Design Powertrain Control Development Process: From Initial Requirements to Auto-Coded Blocks
Pedro Moreno Lahore, Renault
15:30–16:15 Developing Vehicle Models with MathWorks Physical Modeling Solutions and dSPACE Automotive Simulation Models
Tino Schultze, dSPACE, and Steve Miller, MathWorks
16:15–16:45 Coffee Break and Exhibition
16:45–17:15 Improving Modeling Usability: Automatic Layouting for Simulink
Lars Kristian Klauske and Christian Dziobek, Daimler
17:15–17:45 Verification by Simulation Within the Model-Based Development Process at the Continental Automotive Group's Engine Systems Business Unit
Dr. Marco Kunze, Continental Automotive
17:45–18:15 Production Code Generation Time Machine: A Guided Journey from Rapid Control Prototyping to E-Mobility
Tom Erkkinen, MathWorks
18:15–19:00 Panel Discussion: What Makes Simulation a Turbocharger for e-Mobility?
19:00 Wrap-Up
Networking Reception with Buffet Dinner

Wednesday, 23 June

Time Session Title
09:00–09:30 Automatic Code Generation of AUTOSAR Software Components for Mass Production Application of Engine Management Systems: Process and Benefits
Franck Narcisse, VALEO Engine and Electrical Systems
09:30–10:00 One System, Dozens of Devices and Controllers, Thousands of Parameters — Parallel Computing as an Enabler for System-Level Optimization
Loren Dean, MathWorks
10:00–10:30 Coffee Break and Exhibition
10:30–11:00 MBDS — Fourth-Generation Software Development Environment
Dr. Sven Semmelrodt, Continental Automotive
11:00–11:30 Best Practice for Software Quality — Defining and Measuring Software Quality Objectives for Source Code
Philippe Spozio, Renault SA, and Thierry Cambois, PSA Peugeot Citroën
11:30–12:00 MATLAB and Simulink as Building Blocks for Functional Digital Mock-Ups
Dr. André Stork, Fraunhofer Institute
12:00–12:30 Reducing Emissions Using Model-Based Calibration in the Test Cell
David Sampson, MathWorks
12:30–13:00 Verification and Validation in a Collaborative, Layered Design Environment for Embedded Software-Intensive Systems
Raymond Tinsel, DAF Trucks, and Co Melissant, MonkeyProof Solutions
13:00–14:30 Lunch and Exhibition
14:30–15:00 AVL Raptor — A Complete Rapid Prototyping Environment
Richard Backman, AVL Södertälje Powertrain Engineering AB
15:00–15:30 Optimal Neural Network for Automotive Product Development
Dr. Angela Bernardini, CITEAN
15:30–16:00 Wrap-Up and Networking