18th International Forum on Advanced Microsystems for Automotive Applications (AMAA 2014)
"Smart Systems for Safe, Clean, and Automated Vehicles"
23-24 June 2014
Kaiserin Friedrich-House, Berlin (Germany)
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The automobile is going through the biggest transformation in its history. Automation and electrification of vehicles are expected to enable safer and cleaner mobility. The prospects and requirements of the future automobile affect innovations in major technology fields like driver assistance systems, vehicle networking and drivetrain development. Smart systems such as adaptive ICT components and MEMS devices, novel network architectures, integrated sensor systems, intelligent interfaces and functional materials form the basis of these features and permit their successful and synergetic integration. They increasingly appear to be the key enabling technologies for safe and green road mobility.
It has been the mission of the International Forum on Advanced Microsystems for Automotive Applications (AMAA) for more than fifteen years to detect novel trends like this and to discuss the technological implications from early on. Therefore, the topic of the AMAA 2014 will be “Smart Systems for Safe, Clean and Automated Vehicles”.
Leading engineers and scholars from all around the world are cordially invited to participate in the dialogue and submit proposals for papers addressing ongoing research and novel developments in this field. Discussions at the conference will focus particularly on the application areas mentioned below. A special attention will be given to topics covered in public funding programs like the European Green Vehicles Initiative PPP.
We are looking forward to receiving your proposals, and to meeting you for an inspiring conference in summer 2014.
Head of Unit Electronic Systems and Electric Mobility, Federal Ministry of Education and Research (Germany)
Willy van Puymbroeck
Head of Unit Components, DG CNECT, European Commission (Belgium)
Professor and Electric Mobility Pioneer, Keiō University, Tokyo (Japan)
Head of Vehicle Research & Innovation, Trento Branch, Fiat Research Center (Italy)
Expert Panel Automated Driving
Head Driver Assistance and Perception, BMW (Germany)
Driving Assistance Product Marketing Manager, Valeo (Germany)
Professor of Artificial Intelligence, Freie Universität Berlin (Germany)
Smart systems that enable safe, clean and automated vehicles by providing the following functionalities:
Driver Assistance & Vehicle Automation
Lane Keeping Assist; Adaptive Cruise Control; Surround Sensing and Perception; Highway Pilot; Pedestrian Recognition; Intersection Control;; Night Vision; Autonomous Handling of Routine Conditions;; Driver Monitoring; Reasoning and Decision Making; Autonomous Driving; Functional Safety; Motion Control.
Networked Vehicles, ITS & Road Safety
Driver Information on Traffic; Navigation; Interaction between the Driver, the Vehicle, and the Road;; Interfaces to Power and Data Infrastructures; Green and Dynamic Routing; Car-to-Car/Car-to-X Communication; Road Network Monitoring; Multi-Modal Travel Advice; On-Board Information and Entertainment; Integration of Nomadic Devices; Online Map Data.
Vehicle Efficiency & Green Power Trains
Optimized Engine Performance; Advanced Injection and Closed-loop Control of the Combustion Process; Hybridization and Recuperation; Powertrain Modu-larization; Waste Heat Recovery; Thermal Manage-ment; Eco Driving; Emissions and Fuel Efficiency Measurement and Control; Alternative Fuel Applica-tion, Lightweight Materials and Structural Health Monitoring, Adaptive Noise Reduction
Advanced Power Electronics; Smart Management and Routing of Energy and Power; Sensing and Adaptive Control of Electric Motors, Wheels and Batteries; Modularization; Energy-Efficient Auxiliaries; Power Grid Connection; Battery and Cell Management; Thermal Management and Comfort; Bus-based Communication and Control; Simplification of the E/E Architecture; Functional Safety, Reliability, and Robustness; EMV; Noise, Vibration, Harshness.
Components & Systems
New Sensors, Actuators and MEMS devices; Sensor Fusion; Virtual Sensors; Chip Architectures; Power Electronics; Interconnects; EcoDesign; Broadband Communication; Integration and Modularity; In-Vehicle Diagnostics; Lightweight Materials; Simulation; Hardware-in-the-Loop-Testing; Standardization.
Contributions are expected to address recent research, development, and innovations either for applications or for the enabling technologies.
All papers presented at the AMAA 2014 are published in a Conference Book which is published worldwide as part of the Springer book series Lecture Notes in Mobility prior to the conference. Participants will receive a complimentary copy of the book.
There is a multitude of opportunities to bring your company’s activities to the attention of the AMAA community. These are ranging from the standard option to include your company’s logo into select communications to a platinum option which comprises an entry in the list of sponsors on the first pages of the conference book.
The exhibition is an integral part of the AMAA. On both conference days, companies will be given the opportunity to present new products and services as well as novel technologies to an international expert audience representing automakers, suppliers and academia. Prototype vehicles can be shown at a parking lot close to the venue.
Working groups e.g. of EPoSS and other initiatives will meet at dedicated satellite events of the AMAA 2014.