2020 IEEE SA Ethernet & IP @ Automotive Technology Week

At the 2020 Virtual Ethernet & IP @ Automotive Technology Week, over 260 attendees comprised of automobile manufacturers, suppliers, semiconductor vendors, tool providers, engineers, scientists, and educators joined the first virtual Ethernet & IP @ Automotive Technology event

2020 Program Book

14-18 September, 2020 | Virtual Event


General Session Presentations

These presentations were selected by the Program Committee for their technical content

PHY, Switch, µC 

High-Speed Interfaces for High-Performance Computing (PDF)
Daniel Hopf  (Continental)

Inter-processor Connectivity for Future Centralized Compute Platforms (PDF)
Mike Jones and Richard Cannon (Microchip)

Self-Diagnosis for In-Vehicle Networks (PDF)
Ramin Farjadrad, Dance Wu, Peter Wu, Shaoan Dai (Marvell)

AVB/TSN, Higher Layer Protocols, Software

Status & Content of the IEEE TSN Auto Profile (PDF)
Don Pannell (NXP)

Fault Tolerant Ethernet Time Synchronization (PDF)
Prathap Venugopal and Soheil Samii (GM)

Application, Connectivity

Stéfany Chourakorn (AUTOSAR/BMW)

Service-Oriented Gateway:  Connecting Automotive Ethernet and Cloud  for Efficient Development of Connected Car Services (PDF)
Wonseon Sim (Hyundai Motor Group) and Seung Jun Lee (AirPlug, Inc.)

Network and Architecture

Towards Computer-Aided, Iterative TSN-and Ethernet-based E/E Architecture Design (PDF)
Nicolas Navet (Uni. Luxembourg / Cognifyer.ai), Patrick KELLER (Uni. Luxembourg), and Jörn Migge (RealTime-at-Work (RTaW))

Holistic analysis of task scheduling and message scheduling in automotive centralised E/E architecture (PDF)
Hoai Hoang Bengtsson, Martin Hiller, Fredrik Mattsson and Jerker Bengtsson (Volvo Car Corporation)

DoIP (ISO13400) Enhancements for Future Architectures (PDF)
Max Turner (Ethernovia)

Lessons learned of 10+ years  Ethernet Development (PDF) 
Thomas Königseder and Dr. Lars Völker (Technica Engineering GmbH)

Comparing the adoption of TSN between automotive and non-automotive networks (PDF)
Avik Bhattacharya [Keysight (formerly Ixia)]

A framework to virtually validate quality of service contracts in ethernet-based vehicle data infrastructures for automotive cyber-physical systems (PDF) 
Ricardo Gonzalez De Oliveira, Indrasen Raghupatruni, Damon Martini, and Achim Henkel (Robert Bosch GmbH)

Safety & Security

Automotive Network Security (PDF) 
Dr. Lars Völker (Technica Engineering GmbH)

Practical Use Cases for Ethernet Redundancy (PDF) 
Don Pannell (NXP) and Nicolas Navet (University of Luxembourg)

Safety Issues with gPTP and Potential Solutions (PDF) 
Max Turner (Ethernovia)