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Simulation for Testing and Analysis of Autonomous Vehicles

Thursday, June 20, 2019 at noon U.S. EDT

With the spate of public highway accidents of autonomous vehicles, the conversation has become more intense regarding the need for simulation testing to reduce risky on-road testing and – more important – to accumulate the billions of miles said to be needed to develop robust vehicle software and operating systems.

This one-hour Technical Webinar from the editors of SAE International examines this important topic.

An audience Q&A is included.


Leo Kempel, Dean, College of Engineering, Michigan State University 

Dr. Leo C. Kempel, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, is the ninth dean of the Michigan State University College of Engineering. He previously served as acting dean and was associate dean for research from 2008 to 2013. Leo leads 10 academic programs and has strengthened the college’s innovation in the automotive, composite materials, energy, health care technologies, pavement preservation, and security sectors. Under his leadership, two new academic departments have been established: Department of Biomedical Engineering and Department of Computational Mathematics, Science, and Engineering. His research interests include conformal antennas, engineered materials for microwave applications, and computational electromagnetics.

Marc Serughetti, Senior Director, Product Marketing and Business Development, Synopsys 

Marc Serughetti is Senior Director of Product Marketing and Business Development for Synopsys automotive verification solutions ranging from SoC functional safety verification and architecture design to automotive digital twin with virtual ECU, E/E system, and wiring harness design. He engages automotive OEMs, Tier1s, semiconductors, and software companies worldwide to identify new solutions, business, and ecosystem opportunities. Marc joined Synopsys in 2010 and has more than 20 years’ experience in systems, embedded software, and EDA technologies. He held executive senior marketing positions at CoWare, Wind River, and Integrated Systems. He has a master’s degree from the University of Washington and an engineering degree from ISAE-ENSICA (France).

Matthieu Worm, Program Lead Autonomous Driving, Siemens Digital Industries Software

Matthieu Worm joined the Simulation and Test Solutions group of Siemens in 2016 to drive the program for the ADAS and autonomous driving domain. Before working at Siemens, he was Engineering Manager at Moog, developing high-end driving simulators and automotive test equipment. Matthieu started his working career at Toyota Motor Europe as Vehicle Safety Engineer. He earned master’s degrees in industrial design engineering at Delft University of Technology and in business administration at Antwerp Management School.

Moderator: Lisa Arrigo, SAE International 

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