Apply modeling methods to the technical safety concept.
Automotive Functional Safety Design course provides the best practices in designing safety functions within safety-related systems in modern vehicles, with regards to system design. It will cover the concepts to prevent and tolerate faults in the system domain and prepare a foundation for hardware and software domains. The focus of this course is on understanding the applicability and limits of methods (formal and non-formal), with emphasis on functional safety. The course will examine how the formal model checking principles can be applied to guarantee soundness and correctness of the technical safety concept and to avoid any of the safety pitfalls.
Through various examples, participants will learn how specific methods can be applied and implemented to fulfill safety requirements in practical vehicle subsystems.
- Technical System Design
- Safety Analysis and avoidance of Systematic Failures
- Basics of Formal Methods
- Model Checking
- Basics of model-driven system and software development using SysML and UML diagrams
- Applications of safety analysis in the models
- Devise a Technical Safety Concept according to ISO26262
- Perform safety analysis on the developed concept or design
- Apply Formal Model Checking principles and understand pros and cons in contrast to non-formal methods
Course Typically Offered: Live Online during Fall, and Spring quarter
Prerequisites: Students should have basic engineering knowledge in either one of the following disciplines: electrical engineering, computer engineering, or mechanical engineering. Have taken previously Systems, Functions and Safety, Automotive Functional Safety Standards, and Safety Analysis Techniques or equivalent experience.
Hardware (required): Computer with Internet connection, working speakers and microphone.
Next steps: Upon completion of this course, consider taking other courses in the Functional Safety Engineering For Automotive Certificate
More information: Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about Functional Safety Fundamentals For Automotive and course offerings.
Course Number: EE-40190
Credit: 3.00 unit(s)
Related Certificate Programs: Functional Safety Engineering for Automotive
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4/4/2023 - 6/10/2023
Synchronous web-based class meetings that are scheduled to meet online at published times (time/date).
Dr. Pavkovic is affiliated to TTTech Automotive where he leads research and develops activities across several design centers in Europe while focusing on automotive time-triggered deterministic communication, AUTOSAR layered automotive software stack and application of ISO26262 in real automotive projects for the industry. He leads a team of 30 people working on cutting edge computer vision and machine learning optimizations for embedded automotive platforms for top-tier OEMs from both camera and lidar domain. He has extensive professional experience in planning, executing, leading, supporting and analyzing research projects and technologies in computer engineering, communication technologies and automotive software.
Dr. Pavkovic holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science on cross-sta...Read More
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