Monday, June 27, 2005

IEEE Bangalore Section Frontier Lecture Series 3-2005

Title: Model-Based Design and Testing - Perspectives for Automotive Embedded Systems Design
Speaker: Dr.Wolfgang Mueller, C-LAB, Paderborn University,Germany
Venue: Golden Jubilee Hall, ECE Dept, IISc

Date and Time: Thursday 30 June 2005 at 04.00 PM (coffee at >3.45 PM)

ALL ARE WELCOME (including non-IEEE members). There is NO registration Fee.

Abstract: Embedded software in automotive systems has reached a considerable complexity requiring new methods, languages, and tools. The presentation first reviews the current status of the Matlab/Simulink-based design flow for automotive software and tools for Hardware-in-the-Loop simulation.Thereafter, we give a brief overview of the AUTOSAR (AUTomotive Open System Architecture) initiative for a standard infrastructure and components as well as the IMMOS (Integrated Methodology for Model Based Development) Project for model based design and testing. In the context of the latter, we focus on an overview of the Classification Tree Method for Embedded Systems and corresponding tools from dSPACE and Razorcat.

Biography: Wolfgang Mueller received his diploma and doctoral degree from Paderborn University in 1989 and 1997, respectively. He is currently heading the group of Advanced Design Technologies at C-LAB, a joint R&D Institute of Siemens and Paderborn University.His current interests and activities focus on methodology,tools, and languages for the design of Embedded Systems and Systems-on-Chip. He published over 100 articles and most recently edited two books on SystemC and UML for SoC design. He is member of the DATE executive committee since its foundation in 1998 and cofounder of the UML-SoC workshop of the Design Automation Conference.

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Vignesh said...

Nice ! You going to be there for the lecture ? I think I might attend, depending on work constraints...