Automotive Software Engineering
1st-5th July, 2019
Automotive software engineering continuously evolves due to demands and challenges in terms of digitalisation, connected-vehicles, heterogeneous development cycles, or even autonomous driving.
Especially standardizations (e.g. AUTOSAR, automotive SPICE), collaborations across Tier suppliers, OEMs, and various tool vendors, and requirements from legacy applications necessitate sophisticated approaches when applying real time, embedded, mixed-critical, or heterogeneous methodologies to the already highly constrained ECU networks of vehicles.
With a strong industrial focus, industry expert presentations as well as insights into state-of-the-art research projects, this stream will provide a comprehensive and yet detailed introduction to typical engineering topics of the respective domain.
- Basic understanding of Embedded Systems and their development
- Experience in MPS helpful
- Basic knowledge in Matlab/Simulink
- Eclipse tooling and java programming helpful
Registration is closed.
Elective for Master Embedded Systems, Automotive Systems (MOD-E10), practical part of module (50%)
Optional for Master Digital Transformation: Mini Project in Scientific & Transversal Skills 1 & 2 or elective (via Ruhr Master School, see above)
Master Informatik: Masterseminar => 50% of the assignments (equals 3 ECTS), in combination with a homework about the workshop topic the module with 5 ECTS can be awarded.
Master Informationstechnik: Projektarbeit 1 oder 2 => 50% of the assignments (equals 3 ECTS), in combination with a homework the module with 6 ECTS can be awarded (confirmation with Ingo Kunold).
Pratheek Rai (Bosch)
Sebastian Lohmeier (Bosch)
Peter Arras (KU Leuven)
Galina Tabunshchyk (ZNTU)
Andrè Merkel (BHTC)
Andreas Sailer (Vector)
- Robert Höttger (FH Dortmund, AMALTHEA expert)
- Carsten Wolff (FH Dortmund, overall coordination)
Emil-Figge-Strasse 38a, Room R.017