W03 DATE Workshop on Autonomous Systems Design (ASD2019)

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Rolf Ernst, TU Braunschweig, DE (Contact Rolf Ernst)
Selma Saidi, Hamburg University of Technology, DE (Contact Selma Saidi)
Dirk Ziegenbein, Robert Bosch GmbH, DE (Contact Dirk Ziegenbein)

ASD is the 1st international workshop on Autonomous Systems Design. The goal of ASD is to explore recent industrial and academic methods and methodologies in autonomous systems design. This includes several areas:

  • Embedded and cyber-physical systems platforms that implement and execute the autonomous system functions including their architectures, hardware, software and communication.
  • The design for autonomous systems including processes, modelling, optimization, verification, validation, and test.
  • All aspects of dependable systems design for autonomous systems including, but not limited to, functional safety concepts, fail-operational systems design, functional safety for applications with machine learning, safe and secure changes and updates, autonomous systems security.

The workshop will consist of regular sessions with papers selected from an open call for papers, complemented by invited sessions on hot topics. Accepted papers will be published as open access in the OASIcs proceedings in collaboration with Schloss Dagstuhl - Leibniz Center for Informatics. The full program will be announced soon.

Accepted Papers

Fault-Tolerance by Graceful Degradation for Car Platoons
Mohammed Baha E. Zarrouki, Verena Klös, Markus Grabowski and Sabine Glesner

Feasibility Study and Benchmarking of Embedded MPC for Vehicle Platoons
Inaki Martin Soroa, Amr Inbrahim, Dip Goswami and Hong Li

IDF-Autoware: Integrated Development Framework for ROS-based Self-driving Systems Using MATLAB/Simulink
Shota Tokunaga, Yuki Horita, Yasuhiro Oda and Takuya Azumi

Controlling Concurrent Change- A Multiview Approach Toward Updatable Vehicle Automation Systems
Marcus Nolte, Mischa Möstl, Johannes Schlatow and Rolf Ernst

Safety and Security Analysis of AEB for L4 Autonomous Vehicle using STPA
Shefali Sharma, Adan Flores, Chris Hobbs, Jeff Stafford and Sebastian Fischmeister

Towards a Formal Model of Recursive Self-Reflection
Axel Jantsch

Interactive Presentations

A Dependable Detection Mechanism for Intersection Management of Connected Autonomous Vehicles
Rachel Dedinsky, Mohammad Khayatian, Mohammadreza Mehrabian and Aviral Shrivastava

A LIDAR Only Perception System for Autonomous Vehicle
Mohamed Yazid Lachachi, Abdelmalik Taleb-Ahmed, Smail Niar and Mohamed Ouslim

Generation of a Reconfigurable Probabilistic Decision Making Engine based on Decision Networks: UAV Case Study
Sara Zermani and Catherine Dezan


07:30W03.1Registration Desk opens
08:30W03.2Workshops start
10:00W03.3Coffee break 1
12:00W03.4Lunch break
14:30W03.5Coffee break 2
17:30W03.6Workshops end