Automotive Conference 2018
17 April | Stuttgart
Join MathWorks Automotive Conference 2018 to learn from MATLAB® and Simulink® experts, hear real-world customer use cases, and discover the latest industry trends.
Save the date – call for papers is open.
Call for Papers
MathWorks invites 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, LIDAR, and sensor fusion
- Testing of autonomous driving algorithms
- Big engineering data and fleet test data analytics
- Machine learning and deep learning – predictive maintenance
- High-integrity systems compliant with ISO 26262
- Automotive and software standards compliant development
- System engineering including system design and integration
- Powertrain electrification including motor control and calibration
- Internal combustion engine control and calibration
- Powertrain calibration and optimization
- Powertrain engineering for compliance
- HMI and embedded displays
- Embedded software security
- AUTOSAR-based software development and implementation
- 15 November: Deadline to submit abstracts
- 15 March: First version of presentations due
- 1 April: Final presentations due
- 17 April: Conference begins
MathWorks Automotive Conference brings together engineers and managers from OEMs and suppliers as well as MathWorks experts and partners 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
Featured 2016 Proceedings
What You Missed
Presenters from leading automotive OEMs and suppliers—including Bosch, Volkswagen, MBTech, Valeo, Punch Powertrain, TOFAS, and the student racing team from InMotion—demonstrated how they applied technical computing and Model-Based Design using MATLAB and Simulink.
More than 250 automotive experts from 17 countries participated in MathWorks Automotive Conference 2016 in Stuttgart.
Videos are now available for the main conference sessions, complementing the slides from all talks and master classes. If you missed the event or just want to revisit the sessions that interested you, watch now.