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

Pre-conference workshop day

10:30 am - 11:00 am Welcome coffee and registration for workshop A, B

11:00 am - 1:30 pm Workshop A: Applying ISO 26262 to semiconductors

ISO 26262 is the common standard for functional safety for E/E Systems within automotive. When
it comes to the very beginning of the value chain, the standard is vague. This workshop serves as
deep dive session on how to read and interpret ISO 26262 and notably its part 11 in the context of
the semiconductor industry. In this workshop you will be able to:
• Understand what are the challenges with applying ISO 26262 for semiconductors
• The great achievements made with ISO 26262 Part 11
• Achieving a high level of functional safety (FUSA) at the beginning of the value chain
Note: the level of this workshop is intermediate/ advanced
Riccardo Vincelli, Director of the Functional Safety, Competence Center,
Renesas Electronics Europe GmbH
Riccardo Vincelli, Director, Functional Safety Competence Center at Renesas

Riccardo Vincelli

Director, Functional Safety Competence Center
Renesas

11:00 am - 1:30 pm Workshop B: ISO26262 AND SOTIF: HOW TO PERFORM BOTH WORKS WITHIN THE SAME PROJECT FLOW

ISO26262 as much of a systems approach as is SOTIF, except it addresses scenarios that are triggered
by random hardware faults or hardware/system design faults where 21488 focuses on scenarios
related to limitations in system functional concept, to state it at a very high level. That perspective
still requires both ISO 26262 and ISO 21488 to be complied with and workflows to be followed that
make sure information from one task is delivered to the person responsible for the next task. The
Workshop will highlight how it is necessary to use SOTIF and 26262 in the same project to lead a
design team to develop the product based on analyses directed by different existing standards.
Kenneth Freeman, Principal Functional Safety, Consultant, (formerly) HELLA, Systems and Safety LLC

1:30 pm - 2:30 pm Networking luncheon and registration for workshop C,D,E,F

2:30 pm - 5:00 pm Workshop C: How to perform a FMEDA on a semiconductor

This workshop focus on specific mixed-signal IC implementation and using those examples. The
target audience are engineers who are already familiar with a general FMEDA flow, and would like
to focus more on the circuit analysis based on circuit implementation and target application. In this
workshop you will be able to:
• Mixed-signal IC implementation
• Circuit analysis based on circuit implementation
• Target application
Note: the level of this workshop is intermediate/ advanced
Samir Camdzik, Systems Engineer, Automotive & Safety Power Product, Texas Instruments
Toru Tanaka, Automotive Technologist, Texas Instruments
Samir Camdzik, Systems Engineer at Texas Instruments

Samir Camdzik

Systems Engineer
Texas Instruments

Toru Tanaka, Automotive Technologist at Texas Instruments, USA

Toru Tanaka

Automotive Technologist
Texas Instruments, USA

2:30 pm - 5:00 pm Workshop D: (Cyber-)Security for FuSa experts: Mitigating Security Risks in Safety Procedures in the Product Development Cycle

With the push for electrification and more and more features that connect in one way or another to
external devices and networks, (cyber)security becomes more and more relevant for Safety Experts
as well. This workshop will enable FuSa experts to learn from threat assessments and other security
centered practices.
Joseph Kristofik, Director Functional Safety and Cyber Security, Veoneer

5:00 pm - 7:30 pm Workshop E: How to classify and qualify a design tools in a safety related environment

This workshop serves as a session on how to understand the classification of design tools with respect
to a required confidence level and its required step in the safety process. This classification may
lead to the necessity of qualify those tools whose failure may have significant, and difficult to detect,
impacts on safety. This process is often addressed late and teams are often faced with unexpected
tasks and costs. We go through the implications of the standard requirements on tools and how to
manage them upfront, in order to have a safety ready design environment.
Mauro Pipponzi, Intel Functional Safety Tools, Flows and Methodologies Architect, Intel Corporation
Mauro Pipponzi, Intel Functional Safety Tools, Flows and Methodologies Architect at Intel Corporation

Mauro Pipponzi

Intel Functional Safety Tools, Flows and Methodologies Architect
Intel Corporation

5:00 pm - 7:30 pm Workshop F: Product Safety is the goal! Cost-optimisation when complying with multiple safety guidelines and standards

This workshop will teach FuSa professionals how to optimise their product development cycles
when using agile methodology to align different processes that address different safety
standards. There is a lot of synergistic potential which could save millions.
Karen Zimmerman, Functional Safety Manager for Standalone Controllers, Delphi Technologies