Workshop Program

Brief Workshop Program

The workshop will have two parts: talks by speakers, an interactive session. Visit us back for latest updates. Download a printable workshop program here.

Regular Talks: Each speaker will deliver a 25 minute talk detailing one or more specific aspects of twin challenges that form the theme of the workshop. Each talk will be followed by a 5-minute Q/A session.

Confirmed Speakers
  • Dirk Ziegenbein (Bosch, Germany)
    Topic: Overcoming Technology Transfer Obstacles: An Experience Report
    Time: 09:05-09:35
  • Rainer Leupers (RWTH Aachen, Germany)
    Topic: Academia-Industry Technology Transfer in the Software and EDA Tools Domain
    Time: 09:35-10:05
  • Jim Kapinski (Toyota Motors, USA)
    Topic: Designing Successful Industry-Academia Research Projects
    Time: 10:30-11:00

  • Alexandre Esper (Critical Software, Portugal)
    Topic: An Industrial View on the Academic Approach to Mixed Criticality Systems: Does It Really Fit Industrial Needs?
    Time: 11:00-11:30
  • Bj√∂rn Brandenburg (Max Planck Institute for Software Systems, Germany)
    Topic: Real Time Scheduling On Multiprocessors: Theory versus Practice
    Time: 11:30-12:00
  • Arvind Easwaran (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
    Topic: Mixed Criticality Scheduling Research in Automotive: Making Research More Practical
    Time: 12:00-12:30
  • Michael Deubzer (Timing-Architects, Germany)
    Topic: Report on Industrialization of Real Time System Design Concepts
    Time: 14:00-14:30
  • Pavel Zaykov (Honeywell International, Czech Republic)
    Topic: Defining and Integrating Academic Research: An Experience Report from the Aerospace Domain
    Time: 14:30-15:00
  • Reserved
    Time: 15:00-15:30

Interactive Session: A 60 to 90 minute session has been reserved for interaction. For this activity, one of more groups consisting of participants and speakers from industry as well as traditional research organizations will be formed. Each group will be encouraged to look at one (or more) open industrial embedded system design problem, and work together in order to derive a research statement which is precise and non-trivialized. Furthermore, each group will also work to formalize expectations on the methods and tools that will be acceptable to one or more industrial partners. It is expected that the industrial partners will pilot the methods and tools in their respective organizations and provide quality feedback to the research partners.

Scheduled Breaks

  1. Refreshment Break: 10:05 AM-10:30 AM
  2. Lunch Break: 12:30PM-2:00 PM
  3. Refreshment Break: 3:30 PM-4:00 PM

Closing notes will be delivered at 5:00 PM, and the workshop closes at 5:30 PM.


  • The ordering of talks is subject to revision if such a revision improves the overall experience of the workshop.
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