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How Long Will Your Battery Last? More Efficient Battery Management and EV Systems Design and Verification

Available On-Demand Until: September 27, 2019

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With several car manufacturers aggressively expanding plans for electric vehicles, system designers are faced with the challenges of designing, optimizing, and verifying battery management and EV systems. It is expected that more intelligent solutions based on electronics and semiconductors will be deployed. These systems increasingly rely on new technology, such as Silicon Carbide (SiC), to be more efficient and on high-performance computing platforms to support the intelligent software function required to manage and operate them. In addition, the integrity and safety of such systems need to be thoroughly verified.

Semiconductor and battery systems manufacturers, as well as Tier 1 and OEM developers, require more efficient simulation-based solutions to achieve their product functionality and schedule. This 60-minute Webinar will examine the challenges faced by different teams developing EV systems. It will explore how a multi-domain, integrated, simulation-based environment addressing system, control, software, and power electronics design and verification challenges can enable early development, design optimization, and verification of functional integrity and functional safety.

An audience Q&A will follow the technical presentations.


Mojin Kottarathil, Staff Applications Engineer, Virtual Prototyping, Verification Group, Synopsys

Mojin Kottarathil is a Staff Applications Engineer with the Virtual Prototyping team in the Verification Group at Synopsys, Inc. in Austin, Texas. In this capacity, he is responsible for definition, realization, and deployment of Synopsys’s virtual prototyping products. Mojin has a Master of Embedded Systems degree from Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh. He has over 13 years’ experience in virtual prototyping and has previously worked in Virtual Prototyping - R&D and delivery teams.

Nicolas Brown, Applications Engineer, Saber, Verification Group, Synopsys

Nicolas Brown is an Applications Engineer with the Saber team in the Verification Group at Synopsys, Inc. in Novi, Michigan. In this capacity, he supports the use of Saber simulation software within design and verification engineering departments at automotive and aerospace companies across North America. Nicolas has a Bachelor of Applied Science in Electrical Engineering from the University of Waterloo.


Lisa Arrigo, SAE International

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  • Electric Vehicle
  • Electronic Control Unit for EV
  • Battery/Battery Management Systems
  • Semiconductor for EV system
  • Embedded Software for EV Systems