Preliminary Symposium Program

Free symposium: Sept. 30, 10:30 - 18:45, Medicon Village, Scheelevägen 2, Lund
Free symposium dinner: Sept. 30, 19:45 - 22:45, Medicon Village, Scheelevägen 2, Lund


Duration of one presentation: 35 minutes + 5 minutes discussion

10:30 Opening session
10:45 Modeling - a Control Engineering Perspective (abstract)
Prof. Karl Johan Aström (Lund University; Sweden)
11:25 Needs for Physical Models and Related Methods for
Development of Automated Road Vehicles
(abstract)
Prof. Bengt Jacobson (Chalmers University of Technolog; Sweden),
Dr. Mats Jonasson (Chalmers University of Technolog; Sweden) and
Dr. Peter Nilsson (Volvo Global Trucks Technology; Sweden)
12:05 Structural analysis of models for fault diagnosis (abstract)
Prof. Erik Frisk (Linköping University; Sweden)
12:45 Lunch
13:45 Process modelling: current perspectives, future visions (abstract)
Prof. Costas Pantelides (Process Systems Enterprise Ltd., and
Imperial College London; United Kingdom)
14:25 Model-based optimal dispatch and control of power systems
and industrial applications
(abstract)
Dr. Rüdiger Franke (ABB; Germany)
15:05 Standardizing eFMI for embedded systems with physical models
in the production code software
(abstract)
Dr. Oliver Lenord (Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany)
15:45 Break
16:15 Partitioning and Coupling of Multi-Physics PDE Simulations (abstract)
Prof. Miriam Mehl (University of Stuttgart; Germany)
16:55 Recent advancements in differential equation solver software (abstract)
Dr. Chris Rackauckas (MIT and University of Maryland, Baltimore; U.S.A)
17:35 Modia – A prototype system for the next generation Modelica
based on Julia
(abstract)
Dr. Hilding Elmqvist (Mogram; Sweden) and Prof. Martin Otter (DLR-SR; Germany)
18:15 Closing session
19:45 Dinner (with Modelica history session)

Sponsors

AVL Dassault Systemes LTX Simulation GmbH Modelica Association Modelon Virtual Vehicle