MathWorks Automotive Conference 2015

Learn how to use Model-Based Design for automotive systems and control engineering

Call for Papers 2016

We invite you to present a technical paper that demonstrates how you foster innovation and develop automotive applications using MATLAB and Simulink in areas including, but not restricted to:

  • Deployment of Model-Based Design
  • ADAS and autonomous driving including radar, vision, and sensor fusion
  • Big engineering data and fleet test data analytics
  • High-integrity systems compliant with ISO 26262
  • System engineering including system design and integration
  • Powertrain electrification including motor control and calibration
  • Internal combustion engine control and calibration
  • HMI and embedded displays
  • Embedded software security
  • AUTOSAR based software development and implementation

Email your abstract in English to by 25 March, and provide:

  • Title of paper
  • List of authors
  • Abstract (max. 600 words)
  • Short speaker biography (max. 100 words)

Why Attend

Engineers and managers from OEMs and suppliers gather together with MathWorks experts and partners at the conference to exchange ideas, best practices, and lessons learned from the deployment of Model-Based Design. The conference features:

  • User presentations and case studies
  • Demonstrations of solutions adding value to MATLAB and Simulink based development processes
  • Tutorials that provide tips and tricks for advanced users

MathWorks Automotive Conference 2015 Germany Highlights See highlights from MathWorks Automotive Conference 2015 in Stuttgart, and hear from attendees about their experience.

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