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3rd MODPROD Workshop on Model-Based Product Development

Linköping University, February 3-4, 2009

http://www.modprod.liu.se

Organizers: Peter Fritzson, Petter Krus, Kristian Sandahl

The Center for Model-based Product Development (MODPROD) is an inter-disciplinary research center at Linköping University. It revolves around model-based tools and methods for mechanical systems, electronic systems and software, and unified approaches for model-based design. The center organizes an annual workshop that brings together expertise in these fields to discuss state of the art and the way ahead. In addition, there are a number of tutorials on selected subjects.

The workshop is organized in two days. February 3 contains tutorials and academic sessions. February 4 is the main event, with keynotes and invited presentations.

Registration here.

You are also welcome to attend the OpenModelica Annual Workshop, February 2. Registration is in conjunction with the MODPROD workshop.

Place: Linköping University, Visionen, buildning B.

Travel and accomodation information

Tutorials and Academic Sessions, February 3

07.50-09.15Registration and Coffee
Room: Visionen, building B
08.00-09.00Tutorial 1. Peter Fritzson, LIU,
Room: John von Neumann, building B
Short Modelica Introduction with Hands-on Exercises. Abstract - Tutorial
09.15-10.45Tutorials in parallel
Tutorial 2:

Francois Cellier, ETH,
Room: John von Neumann, building B
Modelica Libraries with Bond Graph Technology.
Abstract
- Tutorial part 1 - part 2 - part 3

Tutorial 3:
Kristian Sandahl, LIU,
Room: Donald Knuth, building B
Requirements Modelling. Abstract - Tutorial
Tutorial 4:
Pär Emanuelsson (Ericsson) Tutorial and Adrian Pop (LIU) Tutorial
Room: Visionen, building B
SysML, ModelicaML, and Eclipse. Abstract
10.45-11-00Coffee Break
11.00-12.30Tutorials in parallel, continued
 
12.30-13.30Lunch
 
Academic Session, Room: Visionen, building B
13.30-14.15Peter Fritzon Presentation, Kristian Sandahl, Petter Krus Presentation
MODPROD Research: Model-Based Product Development.
14.15-15.35Academic Session (20 min talks)
 Johan Ölvander, LIU, Design Optimization. Presentation
 Peter Bunus, Sörman & LIU, Integration of Model-Based Diagnosis into the Product Development Chain. Presentation
 Olof Johansson, LIU, Conceptual Design Using Generic Object Inheritance. Presentation
 Kerstin Johansen, LIU, Virtual Manufacturing for the Extended Enterprise. Presentation
15.35-16.00Coffee Break
16.00-17.30Academic Session. Posters with talks (9x10min), Room: Visionen
 Henric Andersson, Model Based Avionic Design
 Mehdi Tarkian, Design Automation of Industrial Robots
 William Brace, Semi-Formal Requirements Formulation in Systems Engineering.
  
 David Broman, Distributed Secure Simulation
 David Lundström, Design Automation of Mini Aeral Vehicles
 Sören Steinkellner, Aircraft System Design
  
 Kristian Amadori, Model Based Aircraft Design
 Kristian Stavåker, Parallel Execution of High Level Models
 Liselott Eriksson, Dynamic Characteristics of Hydraulic Pumps
  
19.00Workshop Dinner

Wednesday 4 February, Main Workshop Day

08.00-08.30Registration. Coffee
Room: Visionen, building B
Plenary session (Chair: Peter Fritzson)
08.30-08.40Peter Fritzson. Workshop Opening. Presentation
08.40-09.40Keynote, Richard Soley, CEO, OMG
Modeling All the Way Up, Modeling All the Way Down. Abstract - Presentation
09.40-10.10Sune Horkeby, Siemens
Model based Design From a Business Perspective. Presentation
10.10-10.40Coffee Break, Posters, exhibition
Coffee in Ljusgården, building B.
Posters and Exhibition outside Visionen, building B.
  
10.40-11.40 Keynote, Francois Cellier, ETH
Technologies for Creating Easily Maintainable Component Model Libraries of Complex Physical Systems. Presentation
11.40-12.30Hans Vangheluwe, McGill University
Multi-Paradigm Modeling Language Engineering. Presentation
  
12.30-13.30Lunch, Posters, Exhibition
Lunch in Ljusgården, building B
Posters and Exhibition outside. Visionen, building B.
  
Parallel Session 1a, Model-Based Engineering (Chair: Johan Ölvander)
Room: John von Neumann, building B.
13.30-13.55Dag Fritzson, SKF
Large-Scale Simulation of Mechanical Systems. Presentation
13.55-14.20Jonas Larsson, Volvo CE
Modelling and Simulation of Hybrid Wheel Loaders
14.20-14.40

Asko Ellman, Tampere Technical Univ.
VR-Technology in Product Development. Presentation

14.40-15.00

Petter Krus, Linköping University
Product Modelling and Simulation Real Time Simulation and Beyond. Presentation

  

Parallel Session 2a, Model-Based Development (Chair: Kristian Sandahl)

Room: Visionen, building B
13.30-13.55

Michael Lidén, Conformiq Inc.
Model-Based Automated Test Design with Conformiq Qtronic. Presentation

13.55-14.30

Håkan Fredriksson, Ericsson AB
Experiences from using Model Based Testing in General and with Qtronic in particular. Presentation

14.30-14.40

Peter Fritzson, Linköping University
Integrated Large-Scale Software-Hardware Modeling. Presentation

14.40-15.00

Miroslaw Staron, IT University
Transitioning from Code-centric to Model-Driven Software Projects: Industrial and Academic Experience. Presentation

  
15.00-15.30Coffee Break, Posters, Exhibition
Coffee in Ljusgården, building B
Posters and Exhibition outside. Visionen, building B.
  

Parallel Session 1b Model-Based Engineering Design (Chair: Petter Krus)

Room: John von Neumann, building B
15.30-16.00Rudolf Scheidl, Linz University, Austria
Mechatronic Design.
16.00-16.30

Eric Coatana, Helsinki Univ. Technology
Some Considerations about Modeling and Simulation in System Engineering at Early Design Stage. Presentation

  

Parallel Session 2b Model-Based Software Design

Room: Visionen, building B
15.30-16.00

Andreas Borg, Linköping University
Modelling Capacity Requirements. Presentation

16.00-16.30

Nils-Erik Svangård, Saab AB
Large Scale Simulation Environment, MYSIM. Presentation

  
Plenary session
16.30-17.00Panel Discussion
Room: Visionen, building B.

 


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