Future electric vehicle E/E architectures will bring disruptive changes to many areas of automotive design automation and system design. This tutorial will give both insights into which changes to expect and how these changes can help to design automotive systems more effectively. Topics such as communication-controller co-design, advanced battery management, verification approaches and system-level simulation have been relevant in the research community. The organizers of this tutorial believe, however, that it is now the time to bring a condensed overview of these topics to a wider audience, clearly focusing on applicability and relevance to all researchers and practitioners to stimulate adoption of best practices established over recent years as well as bleeding edge approaches.
The tutorial is targeted towards students, researchers and practitioners belonging to both academia and industry and concerned with:
Electric Vehicle Architectures
Automotive Communication Architecture Design
Advanced Electrical Energy Storages
Networked Control Systems
The presentations will report concrete case studies, e.g. , the electric vehicle built by TUM CREATE in Singapore (http://www.eva-taxi.sg), thus showing how the presented concepts support the design and verification of actual electric vehicles.
|09:30||M05.1.1||Introduction to electric vehicles: key aspects and design challenges|
Martin Lukasiewycz, TUM CREATE, SG
|10:15||M05.1.2||Battery management in electric vehicles|
Sebastian Steinhorst, TUM CREATE, SG
|11:30||M05.2.1||Joint controller-communication design in electric vehicles|
Riccardo Muradore, University of Verona, IT
|12:15||M05.2.2||System-level simulation of electric vehicles|
Davide Quaglia, EDALab s.r.l., IT