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- name: 'Introduction and Welcome'
presenter: Pasi Kuvaja
type: staff
time: 13:00 - 13:10
time: 13:00 CEST
abstract: |
<p></p>
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type: keynote
time: 13:10 - 13:40
abstract: |
<p>Our world is changing, and the change is visible everywhere. More than 50% of the population is living in
<p><strong>Abstract:</strong> Our world is changing, and the change is visible everywhere. More than 50% of the population is living in
cities and the cities are growing. More and more goods and people need to be transported, bringing the
traffic infrastructure to its limits. Increasing pollution and noise levels bringing the environment to its
limits. <br/>
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demands on the existing tools and frameworks. Instead of solving these challenges alone, partnering in
non-differentiating areas and collaborating is the path forward.</p>
- name: 'Break'
type: break
time: 13:40 - 13:50
- name: 'Context Aware Software Stacks for Mobility: Composive.ai Overview'
presenter: <a href="speakers/#deniz_memis">Deniz Memis</a>
type: session
time: 13:50 - 14:10
abstract: |
<p>Authors: Naci Dai, Deniz Memis and Burak Saglam<br/><br/>
Humans are very good at adapting to and driving in very different conditions and environments. Complex AI based
<p><strong>Authors:</strong> Naci Dai, Deniz Memis and Burak Saglam<br/><br/>
<strong>Abstract:</strong> Humans are very good at adapting to and driving in very different conditions and environments. Complex AI based
software such as Autonomous vehicles (AV) are biased by the training data and they do not do well in different
contexts. Environment perception and context awareness can be used to adapt and deploy complex networks of AI
systems that are expected to perform safely on many different environments and edge cases. Typical Autonomous
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for complex systems such as those found in autonomous vehicles. Machine Learning is used to detect a context and adapt
the software stack, which can then be used to identify and deploy services to autonomous vehicles. CASSM will be an
open source in-vehicle delivery of context-driven services and applications. This paper describes an architecture to
define context-aware personalized & dynamically provisioned capabilities, applications & services to autonomous vehicles.</p>
define context-aware personalized & dynamically provisioned capabilities, applications & services to autonomous vehicles.<br/><br/>
<strong>Paper:</strong> <a href="temp-papers/D1-02-ESAAMM_2021_paper_4_wBG.pdf">Conference handout - not for distribution</a></p>
- name: 'APP4MC RaceCar: A Practical ADAS Demonstrator for Evaluating and Verifying Timing Behavior'
presenter: <a href="speakers/#anand_prakash">Anand Prakash</a>
type: session
time: 14:10 - 14:30
abstract: |
<p>Authors: Anand Prakash, Lukas Krawczyk and Carsten Wolff<br/><br/>
The computational demands of safety critical ADAS applications on autonomous vehicles have been ever-increasing.
<p><strong>Authors:</strong> Anand Prakash, Lukas Krawczyk and Carsten Wolff<br/><br/>
<strong>Abstract:</strong> The computational demands of safety critical ADAS applications on autonomous vehicles have been ever-increasing.
As a result, high performance computing nodes with varying operating frequencies, and inclusion of different sensors have
been introduced, which has resulted in introduction of heterogeneous architectures with high complexity. This complexity
has led to challenges in analysing a system’s timing behavior, such as determining the end-to-end response time of
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event-chain task model, which is coarsely based on Waters Challenge 2019. Further, it lays emphasis on deriving
the timing parameter metrics from the generated trace file, which can be used to evaluate the system behavior
against the timing requirements. Finally, the talk concludes with the importance on designing an ADAS with a
model-based approach. This will enable a better, faster and modular analysis of a safety critical ADAS application.</p>
model-based approach. This will enable a better, faster and modular analysis of a safety critical ADAS application.<br/><br/>
<strong>Paper:</strong> <a href="temp-papers/D1-03-ESAAMM_2021_paper_7_wBG.pdf">Conference handout - not for distribution</a></p>
- name: 'Break'
type: break
time: 14:30 - 14:40
- name: 'Co-creating automotive innovations'
presenter: <a href="speakers/#eija_hamalainen">Eija Hämäläinen</a>
type: sponsor
time: 14:40 - 14:55
abstract: |
<p>How ecosystem work accelerates research and development between OEMs and SMEs?<p><p>
<p><strong>Abstract:</strong> How ecosystem work accelerates research and development between OEMs and SMEs?<p><p>
Oulu Automotive Cluster helps automotive brands design and develop sustainable electric
and autonomous cars to meet new business models. With 110 companies and 33 research,
development and education organizations, the cluster is one of the fastest growing
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type: demo
time: 14:55 - 15:10
abstract: |
<p>Authors: Marc Zeller, Olexiy Kupriyanov and Norbert Beck<br/><br/>
The complexity of heterogeneous embedded systems as well as the introduction of AI-based functions to realize ADAS
<p><strong>Authors:</strong> Marc Zeller, Olexiy Kupriyanov and Norbert Beck<br/><br/>
<strong>Abstract:</strong> The complexity of heterogeneous embedded systems as well as the introduction of AI-based functions to realize ADAS
or autonomous driving features pose new challenges for the safety assessment process. In this demo, we illustrate
the analysis of a complex system in terms of function safety (ISO 26262) and Safety Of The Intended Functionality
(SOTIF, ISO 21448) with the model-based Component Fault Tree (CFT) methodology using a self-driving toy vehicle
(the PANORover).</p>
(the PANORover).<br/><br/>
<strong>Demo::</strong> <a href="temp-papers/D1-05D-ESAAMM_2021_paper_12_wBG.pdf">Conference handout - not for distribution</a></p>
- name: 'Benefits of Usability and User Experience in Automated Driving'
presenter: <a href="speakers/#mikko_rajanen">Mikko Rajanen</a>
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time: 15:10 - 15:30
abstract: |
<p>Author: Mikko Rajanen <br/><br/>
This paper proposes a list of potential benefits of better usability and user experience
<strong>Abstract:</strong> This paper proposes a list of potential benefits of better usability and user experience
adapted to automated driving and autonomous mobility. These benefits could be useful for understanding and communicating
the importance of usability and user experience for the success of automated driving to be accepted by the non-technical
public and becoming mainstream and successful. In this paper, the focus is on identifying usability and user experience
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development organizations. The user-centered design process focuses on users, their needs and requirements. This paper
shows that the benefits of better usability and user experience through user-centered design can be identified in use
context as well as application development context through competitive advantage, reduced risks, and reduced development
costs.</p>
costs.<br/><br/>
<strong>Paper:</strong> <a href="temp-papers/D1-06-ESAAMM_2021_paper_9_wBG.pdf">Conference handout - not for distribution</a></p>
- name: 'Open discussion and announcements'
presenter: Philippe Krief
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items:
- name: 'Summary and updates'
presenter: Pasi Kuvaja
presenter: Philippe Krief
type: staff
time: 9:00 - 9:10
time: 9:00 CEST
abstract: |
<p></p>
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type: keynote
time: 9:10 - 9:40
abstract: |
<p>The mobility landscape is undergoing significant changes. More and more mobility providers compete
<p><strong>Abstract:</strong> The mobility landscape is undergoing significant changes. More and more mobility providers compete
for customers with their own mobility services. Traditional public transport, demand responsive transport,
taxis, car sharing, ride pooling, bike sharing, e-scooters, … the available modes of transport in cities
are becoming increasingly heterogeneous and confusing. At the same time, significant changes to the landscape
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Moreover, results from recent research projects are used to discuss the effectiveness and efficiency of applying
artificial intelligence to optimize transportation systems.</p>
- name: 'Break'
type: break
time: 9:40 - 9:50
- name: 'Eclipse KUKSA.val for SCR Anti-Tampering Monitoring in Heavy Vehicles'
presenter: <a href="speakers/#sebastian_schildt">Sebastian Schildt</a>
type: session
time: 9:50 - 10:10
abstract: |
<p>Authors: Junhyung Ki, Sebastian Schildt, Andreas Hastall, Sven Erik Jeroschewski and Robert Höttger<br/><br/>
Modern internal combustion engines have several advanced exhaust treatment systems to meet emission standards and
<p><strong>Authors:</strong> Junhyung Ki, Sebastian Schildt, Andreas Hastall, Sven Erik Jeroschewski and Robert Höttger<br/><br/>
<strong>Abstract:</strong> Modern internal combustion engines have several advanced exhaust treatment systems to meet emission standards and
legislation. In case of Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) for diesel engines, a catalyst (“AdBlue®”) is used as
consumable. This incurs costs for the operator of diesel vehicles and provides an incentive to unlawfully circumvent
and shut down those systems. This case study presents how the Eclipse KUKSA stack has been used to realize an
anti-tampering system for commercial heavy-duty trucks exhaust systems. We show how the in-vehicle KUKSA.val software
and the KUKSA.cloud components can be used to collect relevant data from a real heavy-duty truck and send them to the
cloud for further analysis.</p>
cloud for further analysis.<br/><br/>
<strong>Paper:</strong> <a href="temp-papers/D2-02-ESAAMM_2021_paper_3_wBG.pdf">Conference handout - not for distribution</a></p>
- name: 'Utilizing Eclipse Kuksa framework to build an intelligent moving test platform to support vehicle related research'
presenter: <a href="speakers/#harri_hirvonsalo">Harri Hirvonsalo</a>
type: session
time: 10:10 - 10:30
abstract: |
<p>Authors: Harri Hirvonsalo and Pertti Seppänen<br/><br/>
In this study, we explored how the Eclipse Kuksa framework could be used as a technology basis for building an intelligent
<p><strong>Authors:</strong> Harri Hirvonsalo and Pertti Seppänen<br/><br/>
<strong>Abstract:</strong> In this study, we explored how the Eclipse Kuksa framework could be used as a technology basis for building an intelligent
moving test platform to support research of autonomous vehicles and vehicle related research in general. Based on the gained
experience, we state that Kuksa framework is a feasible basis for development of open, intelligent automotive data systems,
though with a considerable learning needs. We present the experience gained during this study and demonstrate some of the
functionality provided by a minimum-viable system we implemented in the study.</p>
functionality provided by a minimum-viable system we implemented in the study.<br/><br/>
<strong>Paper:</strong> <a href="temp-papers/D2-03-ESAAMM_2021_paper_8_wBG.pdf">Conference handout - not for distribution</a></p>
- name: 'Hono™ service stack deployment to Azure'
presenter: <a href="speakers/#mikael_saarinen">Mikael Saarinen</a>
type: poster
time: 10:30 - 10:35
abstract: |
<p>Authors: Mikael Saarinen and Niina Lundén<br/><br/>
Hono™ service stack deployment to Azure was a student project by the SMADYASP (Smart Autonomous Driving Yet Another Student Project) group, in which the goal was to create
<p><strong>Authors:</strong> Mikael Saarinen and Niina Lundén<br/><br/>
<strong>Abstract:</strong> Hono™ service stack deployment to Azure was a student project by the SMADYASP (Smart Autonomous Driving Yet Another Student Project) group, in which the goal was to create
cloud infrastructure architecture for mobility applications. Microsoft Azure was used as the cloud platform, and deployment was
done using Terraform, Helm, and Kubernetes. With the results of the project, it is now much easier to deploy Hono™ and monitor
and trace the whole service stack. In the future, this project's results are used in setting up a test environment for real
automotive scenarios concerning in-vehicle and 5G connectivity mobility applications. <br/>
Source: <a href="https://github.com/smaddis/smad-deploy-azure">https://github.com/smaddis/smad-deploy-azure<a/><br/>
Demo video: <a href="https://youtu.be/SF46X0i_hJU">https://youtu.be/SF46X0i_hJU</a>
</p>
Demo video: <a href="https://youtu.be/SF46X0i_hJU">https://youtu.be/SF46X0i_hJU</a><br/><br/>
<strong>Demo:</strong> <a href="temp-papers/D2-04P-ESAAMM_2021_paper_11_wBG.pdf">Conference handout - not for distribution</a></p>
- name: 'Break'
type: break
time: 10:35 - 10:50
- name: 'Algorithmic Planning, Simulation and Validation of Smart, Shared Parking Services using Edge Hardware'
presenter: <a href="speakers/#murali_raman">Muralikrishna Thulasi Ramann</a>
type: session
time: 10:50 - 11:10
abstract: |
<p>Authors: Muralikrishna Thulasi Raman, Andreas Graf, Benedikt Niehues and Marco Aiello<br/><br/>
A major problem with vehicles used in densely populated areas is parking. Part of the problem is the scarcity of the
<p><strong>Authors:</strong> Muralikrishna Thulasi Raman, Andreas Graf, Benedikt Niehues and Marco Aiello<br/><br/>
<strong>Abstract:</strong> A major problem with vehicles used in densely populated areas is parking. Part of the problem is the scarcity of the
resource in busy areas and the non optimal utilization of private spots. We propose the 'Smart Shared Private Parking'
model that aims at including in the parking pool also private parking spots. In an urban area with both commercial and
residential buildings, frequently household owners do not utilize their own parking lots during office hours, long duration
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that supports dynamic allocation of spaces. We propose a conceptual deployment of edge hardware and communication mechanisms to
enable shared private parking sharing. We illustrate an infrastructure setup required to analyse various aspects of the model
and show its effectiveness in parking allocation in terms of vehicular emission, utilisation rate, and revenue as metrics
considering all the stakeholders. A simulation based on a district of Dublin provides quantitative instances for these metrics.</p>
considering all the stakeholders. A simulation based on a district of Dublin provides quantitative instances for these metrics.<br/><br/>
<strong>Paper:</strong> <a href="temp-papers/D2-05-ESAAMM_2021_paper_6_wBG.pdf">Conference handout - not for distribution</a></p>
- name: 'Towards a Domain-specific Language for the Virtual Validation of Cloud-native Mobility Services'
presenter: <a href="speakers/#philipp_heisig">Philipp Heisig</a>
type: session
time: 11:10 - 11:30
abstract: |
<p>Authors: Philipp Heisig and Christoph Flick<br/><br/>
Future vehicles can be considered as ”IoT devices on wheels” as they exhibit high-performance computation resources,
<p><strong>Authors:</strong> Philipp Heisig and Christoph Flick<br/><br/>
<strong>Abstract:</strong> Future vehicles can be considered as ”IoT devices on wheels” as they exhibit high-performance computation resources,
various sensing devices, and a data-driven software architecture. While the availability of automotive big data provides
the basis for innovative and disruptive mobility services, processing vehicle data within the cloud poses also several
challenges. A major challenge in this context is the validation of cloud-native mobility services regarding their proper
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environments. Therefore, we make use of the traffic simulator Eclipse SUMO as well as the co-simulation environment Eclipse
MOSAIC and demonstrate the usage of our DSL via the use case of a restricted traffic zone. Although the DSL so far only
support the setup of minimal traffic scenarios, it already helps to abstract complexity and ease the set-up of simulation
environments for connected vehicle scenarios.</p>
environments for connected vehicle scenarios.<br/><br/>
<strong>Paper:</strong> <a href="temp-papers/D2-06-ESAAMM_2021_paper_5_wBG.pdf">Conference handout - not for distribution</a></p>
- name: 'Morphemic Cloud Application Models Design'
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type: session
time: 11:30 - 11:50
abstract: |
<p>Authors: Alessandra Bagnato, Etienne Brosse and Kaïs Chaabouni<br/><br/>
The Morphemic H2020 project <a href="https://www.morphemic.cloud/">(The most advanced multicloud platform with proactive
<p><strong>Authors:</strong> Alessandra Bagnato, Etienne Brosse and Kaïs Chaabouni<br/><br/>
<strong>Abstract:</strong> The Morphemic H2020 project <a href="https://www.morphemic.cloud/">(The most advanced multicloud platform with proactive
features)</a> covers several features from modelling cross-cloud applications, continuous and autonomous optimization
and deployment and providing access to several cloud capabilities. This demo paper describes the MORPHEMIC CAMEL Designer
tool responsible for the Cloud Application Modelling and Execution Language (CAMEL) design for the modelling Environment
Modelio. CAMEL Designer is an open source module for graphically creating, editing and exporting CAMEL Models in XMI
format. </p>
format. <br/><br/>
<strong>Paper:</strong> <a href="temp-papers/D2-07-ESAAMM_2021_paper_10_wBG.pdf">Conference handout - not for distribution</a></p>
- name: 'Open channel discussion and close'
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items:
- name: "Andreas Riexinger"
title: "Product Manager Autonomous Driving (Robert Bosch GmbH)"
title: "Robert Bosch GmbH, Keynote"
img: andreas_riexinger.jpeg
bio: |
<p>Since end of 2016, Andreas Riexinger is driving the Bosch autonomous driving solutions as a product
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Andreas Riexinger will give an overview about future mobility and the role of open source software.</p>
- name: "Robert Hilbrich"
title: "Group Manager Simulation of Mobility Systems (DLR)"
title: "DLR, Keynote"
img: Robert_Hilbrich.jpeg
bio: |
<p>Dr. Robert Hilbrich works as a manager for simulation and modeling at the German Aerospace Center in
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the German Aerospace Center in 2015, he is responsible for the development of the traffic simulation suite
Eclipse SUMO. In 2019 Robert also founded a startup, the Consultancy for Engineers GmbH, where he is employed
as managing director in addition to his role at the German Aerospace Center.</p>
- name: "Alessandra Bagnato"
anchor: alessandra_bagnato
title: "Softeam Software"
img: alessandra_bagnato.jpeg
bio: |
<p>Dr. Alessandra Bagnato is a research scientist and the Head of Modelio Research Unit in Softeam Software (Docaposte Group).
She holds a Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from TELECOM SudParis and Université Evry Val d’Essonne, France and a MSc in
Computer Science from the University of Genoa, Italy. At SOFTEAM, she leads the Softeam Software Modelio team research
activities around innovative model-driven engineering methods in Modelio workbench in the area of Cyber-Physical Systems,
Cloud and Big Data (like ECSEL AIDOaRt, H2020 MORPHEMIC, H2020 Databio, H2020 CPSwarm ), GDPR and Privacy (ANR UPCARE, H2020
PoSeID-on) and on measuring software engineering (ITEA 3 MEASURE, H2020 QRapids, H2020 CROSSMINER). </p>
- name: "Eija Hämäläinen"
anchor: eija_hamalainen
title: "Oulu Automotive Cluster, Sponsor"
img: eija_hamalainen.jpg
bio: |
<p>Ms. Eija Hämäläinen has 25+ years of experience in international sales and marketing, especially
in ICT sector. She is steering the ecosystem work at Oulu Automotive Cluster and believes that even
the smallest companies can change the course of the entire automotive industry for more sustainable future.
<a href="https://www.linkedin.com/in/hamalaineneija/">LinkedIn</a></p>
- name: "Philipp Heisig"
anchor: philipp_heisig
title: "IDiAL Institute of FH Dortmund"
img: philipp_heisig.jpeg
bio: |
<p>Philipp Heisig is a research associate at the IDiAL Institute of FH Dortmund and doing his PhD in the automotive domain
with a specific focus on the simulation-driven validation of cloud-based mobility services. His additional research interests
are model-driven software development, cloud computing, and software product lines. For several years, Philipp is part of
different European ITEA research projects such as AMALTHEA4public or APPSTACLE. He is also a committer for Eclipse APP4MC
as well as Eclipse Kuksa.</p>
- name: "Harri Hirvonsalo"
anchor: harri_hirvonsalo
title: "CSC - IT Services for Science Ltd"
img: harri_hirvonsalo.png
bio: |
<p>Harri Hirvonsalo is a software professional with +5 years of work experience in research and industry setting with a current
position as software specialist at CSC - IT Services for Science Ltd. Hirvonsalo is completing his MSc studies in Information
Processing Science degree programme in University of Oulu. Fields of interest include software architectures, open data,
internet of things, information security, systems engineering, automotive software and systems, and software development in
general. </p>
- name: "Deniz Memis"
anchor: deniz_memis
title: "Eteration"
img: deniz_memis.jpeg
bio: |
<p>Deniz Memis, BS in Electrical and Electronics Engineering (Bilkent University, Ankara) and Master’s degree in Engineering
and Technology Management (Bogazici University, Istanbul). As a software developer at Eteration, I have been mostly involved
in company's R&D projects that are conducted under Eteration Labs department. As a team we are responsible for the design and
development of Context Aware Software Stacks for Mobility (CASSM), a solution for adapting model-driven complex autonomous
systems such as AD. </p>
- name: "Anand Prakash"
anchor: anand_prakash
title: "Dortmund University of Applied Sciences and Arts"
img: anand_prakash.jpeg
bio: |
<p>Anand Prakash is pursuing his master’s in Embedded Systems for Mechatronics at Dortmund University of Applied Sciences and Arts.
In addition to his studies, he is working as Research Associate at the IDiAL Institute under the project PANORAMA. Prior to joining
the Masters programme, Anand worked as a Software Engineer in companies involving the Display and Smart Card industry. He has worked
extensively in software simulation, debugger and application security. His research interests include security and safety of real-time
applications. </p>
- name: "Mikko Rajanen"
anchor: mikko_rajanen
title: "INTERACT Research Unit - University of Oulu"
img: mikko_rajanen.jpeg
bio: |
<p>Mikko Rajanen is a post-doctoral researcher at INTERACT Research Unit, University of Oulu, Finland. He has a Ph.D. degree in
Information Systems and over 20 years of experience in usability research and teaching. His research interests include usability
ost-benefit analysis, usability in open source software development context, and usability in games and gamification,
accessibility, and safety culture in digital fabrication. He has been involved in local usability community, organizing
the World Usability Day and initiating the UKKOSS research project for bringing the usability methods, processes, and
practices into open source software development context. His goal is to make the world a better place one user
interface at the time. </p>
- name: "Muralikrishna Thulasi Raman"
anchor: murali_raman
title: "Itemis AG"
img: murali_raman.png
bio: |
<p>Muralikrishna Thulasi Raman, generally known as Murali, completed his Masters in Information Technology at the University of
Stuttgart. He joined Itemis AG as a working student and then continued to contribute to different research projects in the company.
As part of his masters thesis he worked on a concept called Smart Shared Private Parking using the Eclipse ecosystem. Currently,
he is working as a Software Developer at Itemis AG.</p>
- name: "Mikael Saarinen"
anchor: mikael_saarinen
title: "University Of Oulu"
img: mikael_saarinen.jpeg
bio: |
<p>Mikael Saarinen is an Information Processing Science student at University Of Oulu, and group member of SMADYASP
(Smart Autonomous Driving Yet Another Student Project) student Group. He is interested in all things considering
software. Eager to learn and create products, services, and systems for the automotive industry, and other software-defined
solutions.</p>
- name: "Sebastian Schildt"
anchor: sebastian_schildt
title: "Robert Bosch Corporate Research"
img: sebastian_schildt.jpeg
bio: |
<p>Sebastian Schildt received his diploma degree in engineering-informatics in 2006 from the University Lüneburg working on
efficient embedded network protocol stacks and a master’s degree in computer science in 2009 from the Leibniz University
Hannover researching misbehavior detection for resilient Ad-Hoc networks. In 2015 he received his Ph.D. degree in computer
science from TU Braunschweig working on Delay Tolerant Networking systems for smart city and smart farming applications.
Since 2015 he works on future vehicle computer software architectures and automotive OSS at Robert Bosch Corporate Research. </p>
- name: "Marc Zeller"
anchor: marc_zeller
title: "Siemens Technology"
img: marc_zeller.jpeg
bio: |
<p>Marc Zeller works as a Senior Key Expert for model-based reliability and safety engineering at Siemens Technology in Munich.
His research interests are focused on the efficient and effective development of dependability-relevant Cyber-physical Systems
using model-based engineering techniques. Marc Zeller received a diploma in Computer Science from the Karlsruhe Institute of
Technology (KIT) in 2007 and obtained a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Augsburg in 2013. With over 10-years'
experience in different industrial domains, such as automotive, railway, avionics, or industry automations, he has been involved
in various projects establishing model-based engineering techniques and is author of many publications in this area. </p>
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