Testing and Simulation – early safeguarding of complex development targets
With the 7th International Symposium for Development Methodology, we would like to expand the successful format of the conference with the additional focus on virtualisation. To safeguard the development goals, there is a major shift in development methodology to push for more frontloading, moving testing from the real road to test beds and back into the virtual environment. Within the scope of the event, however, virtualization will be intensively examined not only in the form of pure simulation, but primarily in connection with topics of application in vehicle or system testing and according real development environments. Such combined approaches allow early safeguarding of complex development targets.
Early safeguarding of complex development targets requires the transfer of vehicle concepts or components into the "virtual" world. We will not only look at hardware, components or systems, but also on control or software components, which must be parameterized at an early stage in the development process. Development tools and methods involving simulation are a prerequisite for efficient working methods and thus successful products.
As you have certainly noticed, we start the 7th International Symposium with a new logo! With this we would like to highlight the challenges arising within the key topic of connectivity. The connection of technical components and according tasks, coupled with stronger networking of the processes and the active people within them, offer additional and new innovative approaches to solutions which will further become important focus parts of the symposium also in the future.
RDE Real Driving Emissions, networking of the different components in the vehicle and the vehicle with the environment, and automated and / or autonomous driving with ADAS place ever-increasing demands on development processes, tools and, above all, the people involved in these tool-supported processes. Current approaches with regard to all the above aspects will be discussed with in the different session.
In addition to the topics mentioned above, we would naturally like - as in the past 6 symposia - to discuss further methodologies in the field of vehicle and powertrain development. Focuses on testing, calibration, modeling and optimization, but also topics like data analytics - the methodical handling and the learning from large amounts of data - concerns us all.
Be prepared for invigerating international lectures, whose quality is guaranteed by a high-ranking program advisory board. We will keep you up to date and inform you about the final program!
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Why should I participate in this event?
All fees include proceedings, catering and evening program (plus VAT).
€ 1050,- Registration fee
€ 925,- if you register before July 21st, 2017 (early bird discount)
€ 525,- for members of universities (limited)
€ 210,- for students (limited)
free of charge for Speakers
The registration fee will be reimbursed (minus € 70,- for administrative costs – students € 20,- – plus VAT) provided that a written cancellation is received by September 29th, 2017 (postal date). Cancellations after this date will result in the forfeit of the full registration fee.
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Subsidized participation for students:
Students have the possibility to apply for a complimentary participation subsidized by the following companies: BMW, Continental Automotive, Daimler, Denso, Jaguar Land Rover, VW and AVL (limited number of seats).
Please address any inquiries relating to papers to:
AVL Deutschland GmbH
AVL EUROPE ITS
Kreuzberger Ring 24
Phone: +49 611 335496-0
Please address any organizational questions to:
AVL Deutschland GmbH
Phone: +49 6134 7179-16
The quality of the technical papers is guaranteed by the Programme Committee.
We would like to thank:
|Univ. Prof. Dr. Christian Beidl |
Technische Universität Darmstadt
|Dipl.-Ing. Harald Behrendt |
Daimler AG Stuttgart
|Dipl.-Ing. Christopher Christ |
|Dieter Gundel |
Volkswagen AG Wolfsburg
|Dr. Jürgen Hagen |
Denso International Europe, Aachen
|John Houldcroft |
Jaguar Land Rover, Whitley, UK
|Roland Jeutter |
AVL Deutschland GmbH
|Dr. Michael Kordon |
AVL List GmbH
|Dr. Erwin Kranawetter |
BMW Motoren GmbH, Steyr, Austria
Dipl.-Ing. Eike Martini
Continental Automotive GmbH, Regensburg
|Dipl.-Ing. Bernhard Schick |
Would you like to contribute to the development of the leading platform for development methodology with around 250 participants? Then apply for a Call for Paper and contribute to the success of the symposium.
We kindly ask to submit abstracts for the following, exemplary topics:
We are looking forward to receiving your abstract with a maximum of 3000 characters, including title, authors, co-authors and company names as well as contact details. Please send it to the contact below by 24th of February, 2017, at the latest:
AVL Deutschland GmbH
Mrs. Sabine Müller
The sponsors are supporting free participation for students. If you are interested in networking and access to expert knowledge please apply via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Many thanks to our sponsors!
Application criteria and selection process:
Subsidized places are applicable for Bachelor and Master students focusing on the topics of vehicle engineering, combustion engines or comparable subjects.
Applications should contain a CV, a motivation letter, a confirmation of matriculation as well as certificates of completed examinations. If applications are on a par, further selection will be based on a “first-come, first-served” principle.
All submitted applications will be evaluated by the program committee. By submitting applications, students agree to these rules and eligibility requirements, especially that AVL may forward submitted documents to the organizations mentioned above. Any recourse to courts of law is excluded.
Closing date for submission of application is the 29th of September 2017.
Please submit your papers to the following email address: email@example.com.