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Automotive meets Electronics and Control - Program

The AmEC2024 Conference Program promises!
 

Time

Presentation

Thursday, March 14th, 2024   
09:00
 
 
Opening

M. Keller, Fachhochschule Südwestfalen
G. Schildbach, Universität zu Lübeck

R. Schnabel, VDE/VDI-GMM, Frankfurt am Main
M. Wahl, Universität Siegen, Digital University Kerala

Session 1 – Automotive Architectures & Ma-chine Learning
Session Chair: Georg Schildbach 

09:15


Invited Talk
AUTOtech.agil – Expansion of the UNICARagil-Architecture for L4-Automated Driving towards Fu-ture Mobility Concepts
Prof. Dr. Lutz Eckstein - RWTH Aachen University


10:00


Physics Informed Deep Learning for Motion Prediction in Autonomous Driving
Patrik Tischmann, Prof. Dr. Anne Stockem Novo
University of Applied Sciences Ruhr West

10:25

Confidence Tuned Localization through Learning in the Loop
Stefan Schütte1, Markus Kuhn2, Torsten Bertram1
1TU Dortmund, 2ZF Automotive Germany GmbH

10:50

Coffee & Discussion

Session 2 -  Advanced Control Strategies & Trajectory Planning
Session Chair: André Schäfer

11:20


Application of Basis-Splines for Trajectory Planning in Highway Scenarios
Philipp Dorpmüller1, Thomas Schmitz2, Naveen Bejagam2, Torsten Bertram1
1) TU Dortmund
2) ZF Automotive Germany GmbH

11:45

On the Design of Interaction-Aware SCMPC for Complex Lane Change Maneuvers
Robin Kensbock, Georg Schildbach - University of Lübeck
 

12:10

Lunch Break

Session 3 -  Cooperative Driving
Session Chair: Lothar Kiltz

13:10

Invited Talk
Opportunities with Vehicle-to-X Communication
Ignacio Llatser Marti, Frank Hoffmann, Robert Bosch GmbH

13:55

Invited Talk
Towards the Software-Defined Vehicle

Falco Bapp, Vector Informatik GmbH, Stuttgart
 

Session 4 -  Poster Session & Coffee Break
Session Chair: Martin Keller

14:40


Coaction between Automobiles and Mobile Robots - Interoperability for Affordable Last Mile Delivery Solutions
Mayank Yogesh Khandelwal, Swaraj Tendulkar, G. Alexander Kolbai, Frank Schrödel - Hochschule Schmalkalden
AI-Based Localization and Classification of Visual Anomalies on Semiconductor Devices
Minh Khai Le, Jason Zi Jie Chia, Dennis Peskes - Elmos Semiconductor SE, Dortmund
Machine Learning for Improving the Trustworthiness of Sensors
George Thekkumthala, Peter William, Ghazanfer Hussain, Michael Wahl - University of Siegen
Wireless Communication Vhallenges in Electric Vehicle Battery Pack Environment
Arun Kumar Dannana - Vitesco Technologies, Bangalore
Vision-based Autonomous Trajectory Drifting using Deep Reinforcement Learning
Fabian Domberg, Ben Barkow, Georg Schildbach - University of Lübeck

Session 5 -  Infrastructure and Safety
Session Chair: Benedikt Alt

16:00

Challenges of Infrastructure for Autonomous Buses in Cities: A Review
Alessandro Becciu1, Prof. Dr. Edwin Kamau1
1) Nuraxys GmbH
2) University of Applied Sciences Cologne

16:25

Automated failure and tolerance analysis as a combined consideration for the proof of safety of electronic systems
Roman Müller-Hainbach, Levent Ergün, Stefan Butzmann - Bergische Universität Wuppertal

17:30

Departure to Social Event

Friday, March 15th, 2024

Session 6 - Machine Learning and AI in the automotive context
Session Chair: Alessandro Becciu

8:30

Personalization in Automotive Control Systems
Benedikt Alt, Gergo Ferenc Igneczi, Tuelin Baysal, Michael Hilsch - Robert Bosch GmbH, Renningen

08:55

CSAM Anomaly Detection with AI
Jason Zi Jie, Roland Krumm - Elmos Semiconductor SE, Dortmund

09:20

Real-time nonlinear model predictive control for automotive fuel cell systems
Thuc Anh Nguyen, Dirk Abel, RWTH Aachen University
 

09:45

Time-Triggered Organic Computing Architecture for Autonomous Driving Vehicles Using List Scheduling
Mario Qosja, Simon Meckel, Roman Obermaisser, University of Siegen

10:10

Coffee & Discussion

Session 7 -  Future of Transportation
Session Chair: Edwin Kamau

10:40

Invited Talk
Fuel Cells for Heavy Trucks

Ronald Dold, - Daimler Truck AG, Leinfelden-Echterdingen

11:25

Invited Talk
DynaCell – Dynamic Operation and Model-based Control of Fuel Cells in mobile and stationary Applications

Heike Vallery1, Harry Hoster2
1) Institute of Automatic Control, RWTH Aachen University,
2) ZBT – The Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Center / Universität of Duisburg-Essen

12:10

Robust Navigation of Autonomous Transport Units in the Extractive Industry
David Benz, Dirk Abel, Heike Vallery - RWTH Aachen University

12:35

Lunch Break

13:30

Panel Session
Machine Laerning for Autonomous Driving

Hongjun Pu, XCMG European Research Center GmbH - Benedikt Alt, Robert Bosch GmbH
Christian Nunn, Aptiv Services Deutschland GmbH
Ronald Schnabel (Moderator)

SESSION 8– Innovations I Electronics
Session Chair: Rolf Montino

14:15

Self-Locked Asynchronous Controller for RISC-V Architecture on FPGA
Florian Deeg, Vittorio Serra and Sebastian Sattler - Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg

14:40

Integration of a 77GHz Automotive Radar System Into Plastic Surfaces Using MID-Technology
Thomas Mager1, Pascal Keuper2, Jabil Diri1, Stephan Kruse3, Christoph Scheytt2
1) Fraunhofer Research Institute for Mechatronic Systems Design IEM

2) Heinz Nixdorf Institute, Paderborn
3) Paderborn University

15:05


Best Contribution
Closing

M. Keller, Fachhochschule Südwestfalen, Hagen
G. Schildbach, Universität zu Lübeck
M. Keller, Fachhochschule Südwestfalen, Hagen
R. Schnabel, VDE/VDI/GMM, Frankfurt am Main