Program, Oct 6, 2016

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time what who
09.00 Welcome Martin Törngren, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
09.05 Keynote 1: What every engineer should know in the age of CPS Erik Herzog, SAAB
09.50 Break  
10.00 Paper group A  
  Development of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems using LabVIEW and a Car Simulator Benedikt Janssen, Philipp Wehner, Diana Goehringer and Michael Huebner.
  An Embedded CAN Controller for an Vehicle Networking Course Project Gabriela Breaban, Martijn Koedam, Jeroen Voeten and Kees Goossens.
11.00 Paper group B  
  Redesign of an Educational Robot Platform Using Web-based Programming Florian Fricke, André Werner, Benedikt Janßen, Clemens Ribbe, Cengizhan Inac and Michael Hübner
  Project based Courses in Control Cyber Physical System Co-Design (Work in progress) Youngsoo Kim, Shrikant Jadhav, Alan Chen, Clay Gloster and Ping Hsu.
12.00 Lunch  
13.00 Keynote 2: An Industrial Perspective on Cyber-Physical Workforce Training Bill Milam, Ford Motor Company
13.45 Paper group C  
  How can we get "lessons learned" from real cases? Kenji Hisazumi, Shigeru Ishida, Mitsuhiro Matsuda, Yukihiko Mihara and Naoshi Uchihira.
  Towards integration of CPS and Systems engineering in education Martin Törngren and Erik Herzog
14.45 Break  
15.00 Paper group D  
  Experiences and reflections on three years of CPS Summer schools within EIT Digital Daniela Cancila, Valeria Nuzzo, Fredrik Asplund, Wolfgang Birk, Milena Stoycheva, Matteo Bonifacio, Hakima Chaouchi, Belgacem Ben Hedia and Martin Törngren
  Flipping a First Course on Cyber-Physical Systems: An Experience Report Walid Taha
16.00 Conclusions Martin Edin Grimheden and Martin Törngren, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
17.00 End