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Embedded World Conference 2012 Schedule

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Embedded World Conference and Exhibition 2012The Embedded World Conference 2012 will taken place on the February 28 – March 1 in Nuremberg, Germany. There will be over 1,000 exhibitors for the tenth conference (it started in 2003) showcasing their new products and solutions for the embedded markets. Beyond the exhibition, there will also be 13 classes and 22 sessions during those 3 days.

February 28th 2012

Classes:

  • 09:30 – 15:30 – Modeling Behavior with UML: Interactions and Statecharts by Dr. Bruce Douglass, IBM
  • 16:00 – 17:00 – Agile Systems Engineering by Dr. Bruce Douglass, IBM
  • 09:30 – 18:00 – Introduction to Real-Time Operating Systems by Dr. David Kalinsky, D. Kalinsky Associates
  • 09:30 – 18:00 – Hands-on-Workshop Safety Critical Linux – Automated debugging and code screening with formal methods by Prof. Nicholas Mc Guire, OSADL Safety Critical Linux Working Group and Andreas Platschek, OpenTech.
  • 09:30 – 16:30 – Cryptography and embedded Security – The Workshop chaired by Dr. Thomas Wollinger, escrypt – Embedded Security and Dr. Jan Pelzl, escrypt – Embedded Security.
    There will also be a few other speakers addressing automotive (e.g. SHE: Secure Hardware Extension), industrial and medical security in embedded system in 30 minutes to 1 hour presentations during the day.
  • 09:30–17:30 – Embedded Software Development on Virtual Platforms – Ready for Prime Time ? by Dr. Adam Morawiec, ECSI (Electronic Chips and Systems design Initiative).
  • 14:30 – 18:00 – ARM Cortex-A Workshop by Jens Stapelfeldt and Frank Walzer, Texas Instruments
    • Part I: ARM Cortex-A for industrial real time communication
    • Part II: ARM Cortex-A for Industrial real-time communication! – Running an EtherCat Slave on an ARM Cortex-A8 based MPU!

4-hour sessions (14:00 – 18:00):

  • Session 1: Smart Grid / Smart Metering chaired by Prof. Dr. Axel Sikora
  • Session 2: Managing Embedded System Development and life Cycle chaired by Dr. Torsten Klie
  • Session 3: Achieve High Embedded Software Quality chair by Dr. Jens Gerlach

February 29th 2012

Classes:

  • 09:00 – 17:00 – Software Design for Multicore Systems – 2012 Edition by Dr. David Kalinsky, D. Kalinsky Associates
  • 09:00–17:00 – Hands-on-Introduction to RT-Linux by Prof. Nicholas Mc Guire, OSADL Safety Critical Linux Working Group; N.N., Linutronix
    Microprocessor Architectures and Cores, Part II – Cortex-M
  • 13:30–18:00 – Application programming with the new leading edge Cortex-M4 by Stefan Grohmann, Hitex Development Tools

All day sessions:

  • Session 4: ARTEMiS – Visions, Projects and Results chaired by Alun Foster, Laila Gide (morning) and Ad ten Berg (Afternoon)
    Artemis is a European initiative whose goal is to design a “common Strategic Research Agenda (SRA) which acts as a reference for the Embedded Computing domain to attract investment from the stakeholders”.
  • Session 5: Cryptography and embedded Security chaired by Prof. Dr. Andreas Grzemba, Prof. and Dr. Axel Sikora
  • Session 6: The Multicore Session chaired by Dr. Ronald Veldema and Friedrich Schön
  • Session 7: Model Based Development of Embedded Systems  chaired by Prof. Dr. Ralf Gessler
  • Session 8: Functional Safety of Embedded Systems chaired by Dr. Jens Gerlach
  • Session 9: Software Development in High Level Languages chaired by Jaroslav Svacina, Friedrich Schön
  • Session 10: Software Development and Debug Methods chaired by Hartmut Lackner
  • Session 11: RToS chaired by Robert Hilbrich

March 1st 2012

Classes:

  • 09:00–17:00 – Fault Tolerant Design of Embedded Systems by Dr. David Kalinsky, D. Kalinsky Associates
  • 09:00–12:30 – How to use the iPad as an embedded interface – program your iPad interface for Embedded Systems by Matthias Müller, HTWK Leipzig; N. N., IEQualize Leipzig/TQ Group
  • 13:30–17:00 – MCU System Design with RTOS and Middleware Components by Matthias Hertel, ARM

Half-day and All-day sessions:

  • Session 12: Communication by Embedded Systems Institute Erlangen
  • Session 13: Open Source Projects chaired by Dr. Torsten Klie
  • Session 14: Embedded Linux and Android – Development & Trends chaired by Prof. Dr. Andreas Grzemba
  • Session 15: Embedded System Architectures and SoC chaired by Dr. Alexander Borusan
  • Session 16: Internet Technology and M2M chaired by Prof. Dr. G. Kupris, K.-D. Walter
  • Session 17: Wired and Wireless network Technologies chaired by Prof. Dr. Axel Sikora
  • Session 18: Development tools chaired by Prof. Dr. Holger Schlingloff
  • Session 19: Test and Verification chaired by Dr. Norbert Oster
  • Session 20: Embedded System Applications chaired by Prof. Dr. Peter Fromm
  • Session 21: Low Energy Embedded Systems chaired by Dr. Thomas Ußmüller
  • Session 22 : oSADl – FloSS Safety chaired by Dr. Carsten Emde, Prof. Nicholas Mc Guire, OSADL

The sessions are chaired by academics, but most speakers come from the industry with companies such as NXP, ARM, Dassault Systèmes, IBM, Wind River, etc.. being represented.

Exhibition, Classes and Sessions Fees

If you are interested in going to the exhibition or attending classes or exhibitions, here are the ticket prices and fees (excluding 19% VAT).

The ticket for the exhibition costs 25 Euros and can be purchased online.

None of the classes and sessions are not sponsored in this events, and the price is relatively steep:

  • Half Day Class 340 Euros.
  • Full Day Class 520 Euros.
  • 1 Conference Block 280 Euros.
  • 2 Conference Blocks 405 Euros.
  • 3 Conference Blocks 530 Euros.
  • 4 Conference Blocks 630 Euros.
  • Full Conference (Classes excluded) 720 Euros.

You can also register for the classes and session online.

Further information is available on Embedded World website.

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