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Automotive Electronics and Software Challenges for Connected, Automated Vehicle Systems

Start:

9/15/2015 at 2:00PM

End:

9/15/2015 at 3:00PM

Location:

258 Fitzpatrick Hall

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Panos Antsaklis

Panos Antsaklis

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Phone: 574-631-5792
Website: http://www.nd.edu/~pantsakl/
Office: 205A Cushing Hall

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Department of Electrical Engineering H. Clifford and Evelyn A. Brosey Chair Professor
College of Engineering H. Clifford and Evelyn A. Brosey Chair Professor
Research Interests: My research group focuses on Cyber Physical Networked Embedded Systems and addresses problems in the interdisciplinary research area of Control, Computing and Communication Networks, and on Hybrid and Discrete Event Dynamical Systems. It addresses problems of control and ...
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Given the revolutionary changes being experienced in automotive technologies, there has never been a better time to be an automotive electrical or software engineer. Tomorrow’s electrified, connected, and automated vehicles will require (1) highly robust sensing and controls, (2) high integrity execution platforms, including vehicle to vehicle communications, and (3) appropriate model-based tools to support their development. In this talk, I will discuss the changes taking place, the challenges they present, and some approaches to deal with these needs.

Seminar Speaker:

Joseph D'Ambrosio

Joseph D'Ambrosio

GM Research and Development

Dr. Joseph D'Ambrosio is a Lab Group Manager at General Motors Research Labs, and has over 30 years experience in the area of automotive systems development. He is currently working in the areas of model-based system & software development, and in system and safety processes.  He has served as an ISO Technical Expert in the development of the ISO 26262 Functional Safety Standard.  He also has experience in developing fail operational drive-by-wire automotive systems. D'Ambrosio has a PhD from the University of Michigan, and has 8 patents and over 60 publications, many of these in the area of safety-critical systems.  He is a Licensed Professional Engineer and a member of the Society of Automotive Engineers.