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  • International Summer Campus
  • Englischsprachige Kurse
  • Summer School “Automated Driving Vehicles – Reliability, Safety and Security Challenges in Electronic Systems”

Summer School “Automated Driving Vehicles – Reliability, Safety and Security Challenges in Electronic Systems”

Instructors and topics of the Summer School

  • Prof. Eckhard Grass, Humboldt University Berlin and IHP: 5G communication for reliable automated driving
  • Prof. Benno Stabernack (tbc), University Potsdam and Fraunhofer Heinrich Herz Institute: Videoprocessing and Sensor Fusion
  • Prof. Mario Schölzel, University Potsdam and IHP: Reliable Processing for Sensing
  • Dr. Herman Ng, IHP: Advanced Radar Systems
  • Prof. Michael Gössel, University Potsdam: Fault tolerant computing
  • Prof. Tobias Scheffer, University Potsdam, Machine learning for automotive applications
  • Prof. Bettina Schnor, University of Potsdam, Ethernet-based networking for electronic vehicle systems: Management, Resilience, Security
  • Prof. Peter Langendörfer, BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg and IHP, No Safety without Security
  • Dr. Philipp Gorski, SYSGO AG, Real-time hypervisor for mission critical systems
  • Cadence, CAD-Tool approach for increasing safety of the electronic systems
  • Katja Stecklina, Philotech, Safety Analysis for Automated Driving Vehicles according to ISO 26262

The list of instructors is continuously updated.

In Potsdam and Frankfurt (Oder) from 2 to 8 September 2018 (Sunday to Saturday)

 

Organisation: Joint Lab “Wireless and Embedded System Design” of IHP and University of Potsdam

Location: 3 days Potsdam (University of Potsdam, Campus Griebnitzsee), 3 days Frankfurt (Oder) (IHP – Innovations for High Performance Microelectronics)

Time: 2 to 8 September 2018 (Program 3 to 7 September 2018)

Registration Fee: 100 Euro, Covered costs for accommodation

Application Deadline: 31.05.2018

Description and highlights:

  • Rich program at two different host institutions
  • Tutorials from the experts from academia and industry
  • Guided visit to the state of the art labs and clean room at IHP in Frankfurt (Oder)
  • Attractive social events
  • Participation at the “Open Day” at IHP on 8 September 2018
  • Opportunity to experience the historical city of Potsdam, border city Frankfurt (Oder) and of course the German capital Berlin!

Requirements and Applications

The number of participants is limited to 20 persons to ensure a high quality of training. Participants will be selected by the program chair and the instructors of this program. Applicants are required to be enrolled in a B.Sc. or M.Sc. study program (or equivalent) in Computer Sciences or Electrical Engineering.

The summer school covers all costs for transportation from Potsdam to Frankfurt (Oder), accommodation in Potsdam and Frankfurt (Oder) and meals during the summer school (lunch and 2 evening meals). The Summer School does not cover the arrival to Potsdam and the departure from Frankfurt (Oder), visa, insurance and medical costs. No daily allowance will be paid. The invitation letters will be provided to the participants requiring the visa to come to Germany.

Please note: Since accommodation will be in Slubice, Poland, all participants are required to carry a visa allowing them to cross the German/Polish border.

Instructors and topics of the Summer School

  • Prof. Eckhard Grass, Humboldt University Berlin and IHP: 5G communication for reliable automated driving
  • Prof. Benno Stabernack (tbc), University Potsdam and Fraunhofer Heinrich Herz Institute: Videoprocessing and Sensor Fusion
  • Prof. Mario Schölzel, University Potsdam and IHP: Reliable Processing for Sensing
  • Dr. Herman Ng, IHP: Advanced Radar Systems
  • Prof. Michael Gössel, University Potsdam: Fault tolerant computing
  • Prof. Tobias Scheffer, University Potsdam, Machine learning for automotive applications
  • Prof. Bettina Schnor, University of Potsdam, Ethernet-based networking for electronic vehicle systems: Management, Resilience, Security
  • Prof. Peter Langendörfer, BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg and IHP, No Safety without Security
  • Dr. Philipp Gorski, SYSGO AG, Real-time hypervisor for mission critical systems
  • Cadence, CAD-Tool approach for increasing safety of the electronic systems
  • Katja Stecklina, Philotech, Safety Analysis for Automated Driving Vehicles according to ISO 26262

The list of instructors is continuously updated.

Applications should submit a single-page statement of the applicant's motivation for participating in the summer school, a copy of the student certificate, student record, and a short CV. Please send your full application, as a single PDF file, by email to summerschool@ihp-microelectronics.nomorespam.com before 31 May 2018.

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