June 11 - 14, 2019 | Sheraton Ann Arbor Hotel, Ann Arbor, MI

Agenda Day 1

8:30 am - 9:00 am Registration and welcome coffee

Who is Who | Discover who else is participating in the conference. The matchmaking picture wall
will help you identify who you want to meet at the conference. In cooperation with Fujifilm

9:00 am - 9:30 am Opening remarks by Chairman Riccardo Mariani, Chief Functional, Safety Technologist, Intel

MANAGEMENT OF FUNCTIONAL SAFETY

Gustavo Espinosa, Senior Principal Engineer Lead Architect for Functional Safety at Intel

Gustavo Espinosa

Senior Principal Engineer Lead Architect for Functional Safety
Intel

Riccardo Vincelli, Director, Functional Safety Competence Center at Renesas

Riccardo Vincelli

Director, Functional Safety Competence Center
Renesas

Samir Camdzik, Systems Engineer at Texas Instruments

Samir Camdzik

Systems Engineer
Texas Instruments

Karol Niewiadomski, Product Manager, Cyber Security at SGS-TÜV Saar GmbH

Karol Niewiadomski

Product Manager, Cyber Security
SGS-TÜV Saar GmbH

9:50 am - 10:20 am Match and Win

Identify your group while at the same time getting to know many of your peers in a short amount of time

10:30 am - 11:00 am Refreshment break and networking

11:00 am - 11:40 am How to make Functional Safety affordable for complex multi core semiconductor devices – possible approaches and tradeoffs

How to make functional safety affordable for complex multi core semiconductor devices
– possible approaches and tradeoffs
• This presentation will address experiences in making functionally safe complex multi core
semiconductor devices. It will include topics such as:
• How to leverage ASIL decomposition
• Asymmetric vs Homogenous
Gustavo Espinosa, Senior Principal Engineer Lead Architect for Functional Safety at Intel

Gustavo Espinosa

Senior Principal Engineer Lead Architect for Functional Safety
Intel

11:40 am - 12:20 pm Blending verification and test technologies to address functional safety requirements

Demonstrating the importance of early cycle analysis
Using DFT to close safety gaps in fully autonomous driving architectures
A proven safety workflow for achieving your ASIL target

Mohammed Abdelwahid,  Product Manager - Automotive , Mentor, A Siemens Business 
Mohammed Abdelwahid, Product Manager - Automotive at Mentor, A Siemens Business

Mohammed Abdelwahid

Product Manager - Automotive
Mentor, A Siemens Business

12:20 pm - 1:50 pm Networking luncheon

1:50 pm - 2:30 pm Making a case for test towards automotive safety

Making a case for test towards automotive safety
How does the test influence automotive safety for autonomous driving? This presentation
will review the links between them.
• The life journey of a semiconductor device
• Can built-in self-test be the answer?
• Top down vs. bottom up approach – find the sweet spot
Xiankun “Robert” Jin, Senior Principal Engineer, Team Lead on Functional Safety Innovation,
NXP Semiconductors
Robert Jin, Senior Principal Engineer, Team Lead on Functional Safety Innovation at NXP Semiconductors, USA

Robert Jin

Senior Principal Engineer, Team Lead on Functional Safety Innovation
NXP Semiconductors, USA

PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT AT A HARDWARE & SOFTWARE LEVEL

2:30 pm - 3:10 pm Ensuring functional safety on configurable SEooC software – requirements, challenges and solutions

Ensuring functional safety on configurable SEooC software – requirements, challenges
and recommendations
In recent years, major OEMs and suppliers are adopting platform software development
approaches, such as AUTOSAR MCAL. This led to increasing popularity of configurable software
developed as SEooC in the automotive industry. Many of these configurable software lands in
safety critical applications. The need to understand how to ensure functional safety on such
software has surfaced and drawn more attention quickly:
• What is the ISO 26262 requirements on configurable software and its configuration data
• The challenges of ensuring functional safety of highly configurable SEooC software
• Recommendations
Shijia Guo, Senior Application Engineer, Renesas
Shijia Guo, Senior Application Engineer at Renesas, USA

Shijia Guo

Senior Application Engineer
Renesas, USA

3:10 pm - 3:50 pm ISO2626 – embedding quality into Functional Safety software

ISO2626 – embedding quality into functional safety software
The aim of the presentation is to propose an innovative integrated approach with respect to
Functional Safety and Security by giving an overview of the Arm IP software lifecycle with
embedded quality for waterfall and agile methodologies.
• How to embedded quality in software functional safety
• Challenges needed to surpass
• How to make it functional safety
• Future learnings
Oleg Kozemjakin, Software Quality Manager, Arm
Oleg Kozemjakin, Software Quality Manager at Arm, UK

Oleg Kozemjakin

Software Quality Manager
Arm, UK

3:50 pm - 4:20 pm Refreshment break and networking

Session co-located with ISO USA 26262 Conference

4:20 pm - 5:20 pm Town Hall Session with working group members of the international ISO 26262 working group (ISO/TC 022/SC 32/WG 08 Functional safety)

Meet ISO 26262 working group Committee Members and get the opportunity to clarify doubts in
this open session. Participants will be asked to choose two from the six tables available, each
one moderated by an expert who specializes on a specific section of ISO 26262.
There are 25 minutes allotted for each table discussion participants choose.

5:20 pm - 5:30 pm Closing remarks by Chairman

Riccardo Mariani, Chief Functional, Safety Technologist, Intel

5:30 pm - 5:30 pm End of conference day one

6:30 pm - 6:30 pm Evening Get-Together

Join our evening Get-Together and take this opportunity to network and make new business contacts. Or just to relax and round off your first conference day.