6th MODPROD Workshop on Model-Based Product Development

Linköping University – – February 7-8, 2012

Organizers: Peter Fritzson, Petter Krus, Kristian Sandahl


MODPROD Program Tuesday February 7, Tutorials and Workshop

08.30-09.00  Registration and coffee outside room A2, Building A, Linköping University

09.00-10.45  Tutorials in Parallel
Tutorial 1: Peter Fritzson and Olena Rogovchenko, Linköping University,“Introduction to Object Oriented Modeling and Simulation with Modelica using OpenModelica”. Hands-on Exercises, bring your laptop.
Tutorial 2: Wladimir Schamai, EADS and Adrian Pop, Linköping University,"Automated Requirements Verification Model Composition in ModelicaML - Using ModelicaML Value Bindings" and "Model-based Development using Modelica MDT Eclipse plug-in with Run-Time Debugging", hands-on exercises, bring your laptops.

Tutorial 3: Edward A. Lee, Professor at UC Berkeley, USA, “Modeling, Simulation, and Design of Concur-rent Real-Time Embedded Systems Using Ptolemy”
Tutorial 4: Hubert Thieriot, CEP, Paris and Kaj Holmberg , Linköping University “Model-Based Optimization - Theory and Hands-on Using the OpenSource OpenModelica OMOptim Tool." and "Optimization - An introduction"

Tutorial 5: Petter Krus, Linköping University, “System simulation with HOPSAN NG”

10.45-11.00  Coffee

11.00-12.30  Tutorial 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 in parallel, continued, same rooms as above

12.30-13.30  Lunch at Kårallen, Linköping University
13.30-15.00  Plenary Session 1, room: A2, Session Chair: Peter Fritzson

13.30-14.30 Keynote, Roger Germundsson, Technical Director, Wolfram Research, USA, “Modeling, Simulation and Analysis using MathModelica & Mathematica” (cdf-reader-player,länken finns här:

14.30-15.00 Peter Fritzson and Petter Krus, Linköping University, “Presentation of Research at the Centre for Model based Product Development, MODPROD” Part 1 and Part 2

15.00-16.00 Coffee break + Poster Session and exhibition, see poster presentation program

16.00-17.40 Session 2a, Model-Based Design and Quality Assurance, room A2, Session Chair: Petter Krus
Lena Nilsson, Swedish Road and Traffic Institute, Linköping, Sweden, ”Human Centered Design and Re-search Using Simulation”,
Johan Ölvander, Linköping University and Magnus Carlsson, Saab AB, Sweden, “Model Based Collaborative Engineering”
Petter Krus, Linköping University, Sweden.“Whole Aircraft System Simulation for Aircraft Preliminary Design”

Reno Filla, Volvo CE, Sweden. “Quantifying Operability of Working Machines”

16.00-17.40  Session 2b, Integration in Model-Based Engineering, room ACAS, Session Chair: Kristian Sandahl
Matthias Biehl, KTH – Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, “Systematic and Cost-efficient Tool Integration for Embedded Systems - the iFEST approach”
Roland Almgren, KnowIT AB, Sweden, “Product Modeling at Industrial Scale Complexity - Information Modeling in OPENPROD”
Sune Horkeby, Siemens Industrial Turbo Machinery AB, Sweden, “Integration of Engineering Applications with SOA”
Christoph Höger, Fraunhofer-FIRST, Berlin, Germany. “3D Visualization of Building Applications”

17.50   Bus to Swedish Airforce Museum,  Guided Tour and Workshop Dinner

22.00   Bus back to city center



MODPROD Program for Wednesday February 8

07.50-08.15 Bus from Scandic Frimurarehotellet, arriving Linköping University at 08.15

08.00-08.30 Registration outside room A2, Building A, Linköping university

08.30-08.40 Workshop 2nd Day, Opening, Plenary Session (Chair: Peter Fritzson), room A2

08.40-09.40 Keynote, Edward A. Lee, Professor at UC Berkeley, Director of the Berkeley Center for Hybrid and Embed-ded Software Systems and of the Ptolemy project, California, USA, “Heterogeneous Actor Models”

09.40-10.40 Keynote, John Baras, Professor at University of Maryland, Washington DC, USA, and Founding Director of the Institute for Systems Research, “COMPASS: Component-based Architectures for Systems Synthesis”

10.40-11.30 Coffee, Posters and Exhibition, see separate poster presentation program

11.30-12.20 Parallel Session 1a, Model-Based DDesign and Engineering. Session Chair: Kristian Sandahl, room A2
Mattias Nyberg, Scania, Sweden "Modeling of Failure Propagation in Automotive Mechatronic Systems”
Lars Mikelsons, Bosch Rexroth, Germany, “Towards Generic Models”

11.30-12.20 Parallel Session 1b, Model-Based Engineering. Session Chair:,Petter Krus, room ACAS
Mongi Ben Gaid, IFP Energie Nouvelles, Paris, “Multi-Core Simulation of Internal Combustion Engines Us-ing Modelica, FMI and Xmod”
Bernhard Bachmann and Willi Braun, Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences, Germany,  “FMI 2.0 Func-tional Mockup Interface for Tool and Model Interoperability”

12.20-13.30 Lunch at Kårallen, Linköping University. Posters and Exhibition outside room A2

13.30-14.45 Parallel Session 2a, Model-Based Engineering and Applications. Session Chair: Petter Krus, room A2
Michael Strobel, Fraunhofer Inst for Wind Energy and Energy System Technology, Germany, “An Approach for Data Consistency in Wind Turbine Development”
Johan Andreasson, Modelon AB, Sweden, “Vehicle Dynamics Simulation with the Modelica Vehicle Dynamics library”
Kristian Amadori, Saab Aeronautics and Linköping University, Sweden, “Geometry based Design for Aircraft Design Optimization”

13.30-14.45 Parallel Session 2b, Model-Based Systems Engineering. Session Chair: Kristian Sandahl, room ACAS
Wladimir Schamai, EADS & Linköping University, Germany, “Automated Requirements Verification Model Composition in ModelicaML”
Henric Andersson, Saab Aeronautics, “A Model Family Approach for Reuse of Multipurpose Models”
Jan Nilsson, Siemens Industrial Turbo Machinery AB, “Configurators for Complex Industrial Products with High Degree of Customization”

14.45-15.15 Coffee, Posters and Exhibition

15.15-16.30 Parallel Session 3a, Model-Based Design and Development. Session Chair: Petter Krus, room:A2
Martin Sjölund, Mahder Gebremedhin, Kristian Stavåker, Peter Fritzson, Linköping University, Sweden, “Parallel Computing Using Modelica”
Martin Sjölund, Linköping University, “Transformational Debugging of Equation-Based Models”
Andrea Benigni, Aachen Technical University, “Simulation in Support of Home Energy System Design: An Experience”

15.15-16.30 Parallel Session 3b, UML-Based Software Engineering. Session Chair: Kristian Sandahl, room ACAS
Tomas Wiman, Adocus AB, “Turning a Standard UML Modeling Tool into a SysML/ModelicaML Model-ing Tool by Use of MetaModelAgent”
Tony Gorschek, Blekinge Institute of Technology, “A Large-Scale Empirical Study of Practitioners' Use of Object-Oriented Concepts and Models”
Nenad Ukić, Ericsson Nikola TeSla, R&D Center, Croatia, “Modeling Diameter Protocol WithXtuml: (Ma)Xdia Project Experiences”

16.30-16.40 Break

16.40-17.10 Panel Discussion, (plenary session), room A2
Possible topic: “Model interoperability – Technology trends and Needs”

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