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#Summer School at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Dortmund 2015Summer School at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Dortmund 2016

#Summer School at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Dortmund 2015-from the 29th of June until the 3rd of July 2015 in Dortmund:from the 27th of June until the 1st of July 2016 in Dortmund:

Locations: (details about individual rooms in stream schedule below)

1. CampusTreff (near S-bahn station "Dortmund Universität") - Street address: Vogelpothsweg 120

2. Computer Science Faculty: Emil-Figge-Strasse 42

#Automotive Software EngineeringAutomotive Software Engineering

#Automotive Software Engineering-Target: to develop an example, a tutorial and supporting material to teach engineers and programmers how to develop software with the AMALTHEA tool chain (www.amalthea-project.org). Particpants will learn how to use eLearning tools (ILIAS, Adobe Connect), how to develop software with the AMALTHEA tool chain, how to teach people about using it and how to prepare the respective materials. The result will be a concept for an "AMALTHEA teaching pack", a basic set of materials for a tutorial and an eLearning module.Target: to develop a software system for a multicore microcontroller with the AMALTHEA tool chain (www.amalthea-project.org).

Registration

There are 20 places for this module of the summer school. Official registration by mail (to: robert.hoettger (@) fh-dortmund.de) and confirmation by the trainer is mandatory. Deadline for registration is over.


    • Prerequisites: one or more of the following competences:

- Skills in programming or usage of Matlab/Simulink - Knowledge of using Eclipse and Eclipse based software development tools

    • Results: 3 ECTS for successful participation in the summer school, additional 3 ECTS for delivering a homework defined during or before the summer school.
    • Trainers:

- Carsten Wolff (FH Dortmund, overall coordination) - Jan Meel (KU Leuven) - Lukas Krawczyk, Uwe Lauschner, Robert Höttger, Phil Närdemann (FH Dortmund, AMALTHEA experts) - Industry experts (t.b.c.)

    • Preliminary Schedule:
    • Please note that no food or drinks are allowed in the CampusTreff rooms (except for personal water bottles).
Time Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Location CampusTreff Groß 2 CampusTreff Groß 2 CampusTreff Groß 2 Emil-Figge-Strasse 42, Room A.E.02 CampusTreff Groß 2
09:00-10:00 Welcoming

(All Streams)

Amalthea models AMALTHEA Partitioning Implementation I

(already assigned topics or new example workflow / plugin)

Implementation II
10:00-11:00 Introduction

Content overview, Amalthea

Talk2: Timing Architects Embedded Systems GmbH

Andreas Sailer, 4h Optimizing Real-Time Systems for Multi-Core Practical training using the TA Tool Suite

AMALTHEA Mapping ^ ^
11:00-12:00 Introduction ActivityBot ^ AMALTHEA ActivityBot

Example Hands-On

Presentation preparation ^
12:00-13:00 Lunch@Mensa Lunch@Mensa Lunch@Mensa Lunch@Mensa Lunch@Mensa
13:00-14:00 Talk1: KU Leuven

Jan Meel, 4h Automotive Bus-Systems

Talk3: Eclipse Foundation

Mikael Barbero, 4h Eclipse Plug-ins Development 101

Talk4: BHTC GmbH

Markus Schmidt, 3h Automotive Software Engineering in Practice

Presentaion

(All Streams)

14:00-15:00 ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
15:00-16:00 ^ Social event

(All Streams)

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16:00-17:00 ^ ^ Talk5: Itemis AG

Lothar Wendehals, 2h Behaviour modelling with Arduino

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17:00-18:00 ^ ^