The 8th MODPROD Workshop 2014, February 4-5, Linköping University
Organizers: Peter Fritzson, Petter Krus, Kristian Sandahl
Welcome by the Organizers/ MODPROD Center Presentation:
Peter Fritzson, Martin Sjölund; Petter Krus, Linköping University, Sweden, “Presentation of Research at the Center for Model Based Product Development, MODPROD” <day2/part2>
- Tutorial 1: Peter Fritzson, Linköping University.
“Introduction to Object-Oriented Modeling and Simulation with Modelica using OpenModelica”
- Tutorial 2: Wladimir Schamai, EADS, Germany.
“Model-based Development using ModelicaML Value Bindings for Model Composition and Requirements Traceability”
- Tutorial 3: Dirk Zimmer, German Aerospace Research Center.
“Modeling and Simulation with the Planar Mechanics Modelica Library”
- Tutorial 4: Petter Krus, Linköping University.
“System simulation with HOPSAN NG”
- Tutorial 5: Martin Sjölund and Adeel Asghar, Linköping University; Vitalij Ruge, Lennart Ochel, Willi Braun, and Bern-hard Bachmann, FH Bielefeld, Germany.
“Debugging Equation-Based Modelica Models; Dynamic Optimization with OpenModelica”
Keynote: Amir Rashid, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden.
“Circular Business Models – Designing for Re-Manufacturing in Sustainable Manufacturing Systems”
Keynote: Johan de Kleer, Principal Scientist, Xerox Parc, California, USA.
“Using Modelica for Early Stage Design, Reliability Analysis and Fault Diagnosis”
Keynote: Steve Mulski, Director Wind Energy Solutions, SIMPACK AG, Germany.
“Model-based Development of Wind Turbines”
Session 2a Sustainable Systems Engineering
- Stefan Anderberg, Linköping University, Sweden, “Sustainability Challenges for Product Development”
- Peter Fritzson, Linköping University, Sweden. “World Simulation with Modelica and Implications for Sustainable Product Development”
- Roland Samlaus and Philipp Thomas, Fraunhofer IWES. “Aero-servo-hydro-elastic Model Development for Wind Turbines with OneModelica”
Session 2b Model-Based Engineering
- Nils Menager, Niklas Worschech, Lars Mikelsons, Bosch-Rexroth AG, Germany. “A Tool Chain for Rapid Control Prototyping using Rexroth Controllers and Open Source Software”
- Atiyah Elsheikh, Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT), Austria. “Derivative-based Hybrid Heuristics for Continuous-time Simulation Optimization”
- Lars Eriksson, Linköping University, Sweden. “Model-based Development and Optimization of Engine Models”
- Gert Johansson, Combitech AB, Sweden. “ArCon: a Candidate for PolarSys Tool Suite”
Session 3a Model-Based Software and Systems Engineering
- Simon Danielsson, KnowIT AB, Sweden. “Model-based Development for Large-Scale Embedded Control Software Projects”
- Håkan Kården, EuroStep, Sweden. “Multi-Disciplinary Collaborative Systems Engineering”
Session 3b Model-Based Engineering
- Mattias Nyberg, Scania AB, Sweden. “Architecture Modelling of Automotive Embedded Systems and SW utilizing Architecture Recovery”
- Claude Lacoursiere and Stefan Hedman, University of Umeå, Sweden. “Strongly Coupled Distributed Simulations with FMI over TCP”
Session 4 Model-Based Engineering and Applications
- Leon Starr, Model Integration LCC, USA. “xtUML, Simulink and Modelica: How to use them together”
- Akira Ohata, Toyota Motor Corporation, Japan. “A Desired Plant Modeling Environment for Automotive Control”
Session 5a Model-Based Engineering
- Nguyen Thuy, EDF – Electricité du France, France. “Modelling & Simulation in Systems Lifecycle, from Early Conception to Operation and Modification”
- Oliver Koch, Technical University of Dresden, Germany. “Aspects of System Integration in the Development of an Energy Efficient Power Management for a Wheel Loader”
- Wladimir Schamai and Philipp Helle, Airbus Group Innovations, Germany. “Comparison of State Machines in UML2 and Modelica 3.3”
Session 5b Model-Based Design and Development
- Luigi Vanfretti, KTH – Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden. “Experiences on Power System Model Identification using Modelica and FMI Technologies”
- Dag Fritzson, SKF, Sweden. “Advances in Transient Multibody Simulation – SKF BEAST”
- Martin Hochwallner and Stefan Fragner, Linz Center of Mechatronics GmbH, Austria. “Experience in Model Based Design with the Tool X2C in Controller Design in a Mechatronic Product Development Environment”