Iryna Kmitina

(AG Cyber-Physical Systems)
hosted by PhD Program in CS @ TU KL

"Hardware rapid configuration through numerical methods for efficient design of engine control units"

An increasing number of vehicle functionalities, shorter development time, and competitive market price constitute conflicting objectives with multiple constraints for the development of Engine Control Units (ECU). Hence, there is a need for an assessment framework to overcome the above-mentioned challenges. The presentation of the research work gives an outline of an automated framework for hardware configuration that provides new possibilities for the design of ECUs. It supports the engineer to collate and analyze all relevant electronic characteristics of vehicle functions automatically. It applies both the customers’ and a supplier’s requirements as the ECU design restrictions to generate feasible solutions and performs ECU design. The preliminary results of the framework for hardware configuration indicate a significant speed-up in the engineering process of ECUs.

Time: Monday, 03.01.2022, 16:00

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