4. EUROFORUM-Jahrestagung

ISO 26262

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Hans-Jörg Aryus, SystemA Engineering GmbH
Since 1995 Mr. Hans-Jörg Aryus is “Gesellschafter” of SystemA Engineering GmbH in Immenstaad. As managing senior system safety and reliability engineer he is responsible for the performance and coordination of safety activities within SystemA Engineering GmbH. Beside the managing activities he is still involved in system analyses of major and complex systems for aerospace and automotive projects. His main safety tasks were with the military projects: EF2000, Airbus A400M, with civil aircraft projects: Dornier 328 and Fairchild-Dornier 728 and with several automotive projects from steer by wire systems to fuel cell powered vehicles. For automotive safety projects the IEC 671508 was applied for the first project until it was replaced by an ISO 262626 base d approach. Based on this background he is familiar with several safety relevant standards: MIL stan-dards, civil aircraft standards and automotive standards. He is member of the International System Safety Society (ISSS) since 2001. Mr. Aryus studied aerospace engineering at the University of the Federal Armed Forces in Munich, Germany and got the academic degree Dipl.-Ing. in 1981. After the service in the Army he joined Dornier Luftfahrt 1988-1995 and worked on civil and military aircraft projects. This included work in multinational reliability and flight safety management groups.

Fabio Bella is Senior Process Consultant and Market Manager for Italy at KUGLER MAAG CIE GmbH. He is iNTACS™ Principal Assessor and instructor for Automotive SPICE® and TÜV certified Functional Safety Engineer (Automotive). Since many years, he supports organizations to improve their development and safety processes in various industries such as automotive, aerospace, telecommunications, insurance and IT. He works internationally in Europe, USA and Japan. His projects require strong training, facilitating and counseling skills. Since this year, Mr. Bella is member of the Advisory Board of the International Assessor Certification Scheme (iNTACS™) and Regional Representative of the association for Italy. He is also a member of the Management Board of Automotive SPIN Italia. Mr. Bella began his career at the Fraunhofer Institute for Experimental Software Engineering (IESE) in the department for process management, after he had completed his studies in computer science at the University of Kaiserslautern. He currently lives in Bologna (Italy).

Florian Bogenberger, Elektrobit Automotive GmbH
Florian Bogenberger manages the central department for Functional Safety at Elektrobit Automotive GmbH. Beginning of 2008 he changed to Elektrobit Automotive GmbH where he has been building up the area of Functional Safety. Mr. Bogenberger studied Electrical Engineering at the Technical University of Munich. He started his professional career in 1993 at Motorola Semiconductors (now Freescale) developing CAD systems for VLSI-circuits. Then he specialized on embedded automotive systems and was responsible for the development of HW and SW for safety related systems at Freescale.

Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Manfred Broy, Technische Universität München, Institut für Informatik
Since 1989 Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Manfred Broy is full Professor in Computer Sciences (Successor of Prof. F.L. Bauer) at the Institute of Computer Sciences, Technische Universität München (Technical University of Munich) and works in the Department of Software & Systems Engineering. Among others he works in the research projects "Tool Support for the design of embedded systems", Software Quality "and" Methods of requirements engineering."

Dr. Viktor Bunimov, Carmeq GmbH
Dr. Viktor Bunimov worked for the Carmeq Company, Berlin, until 2006. He specialises in functional safety and requirements management. He aims to use computer science to solve safety issues and to reach the higher levels of effectiveness. Dr. Bunimov was born in 1977 and studied computer science at the university of Braunschweig. He gained his PhD in the Department of Computer Science of the University of Kiel.

Jean-Marc Cenecorta, APEEC (Automotive Process Embedded Electronics Consulting)
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Dr. Mirko Conrad, The MathWorks GmbH
Dr. Mirko Conrad manages the Simulink Certification and Standards team at MathWorks. His responsibilities include development and maintenance of tool qualification kits for ISO 26262, IEC 61508, EN 5018, and DO-178B/C. He also provides ISO 26262 consultation services to automotive customers around the world. Mirko Conrad participated in the standardization of ISO 26262, MISRA AC AGC, and DO-178C. Dr. Conrad started his professional career in the automotive industry in 1995 and joined MathWorks in 2006.  Mirko Conrad is member of the management team of the Special Interest Group for Automotive Software Engineering in the German Computer Society (GI-ASE). He holds a Ph.D. in engineering and an M.Sc. in computer science from Technical University in Berlin, Germany. Mirko Conrad is also visiting lecturer at Humboldt University in Berlin and Technical University Munich.

Dr. Christian Cornelissen, VDE Prüf- und Zertifizierungsinstitut GmbH
Dr. Christian Cornelissen started working at VDE Testing and Certification Institute (www.vde.com) in Offenbach in 2011. Since 2012, he is also acting as coordinator for functional safety activities in the institute. Before working at VDE, he was Engineering Manager (2007-2011) and Project Manager (2006-2007) at Nexans in Moenchengladbach, part of an global acting cable manufacturer (www.nexans.com). Previous to these activities, Dr. Cornelissen was engaged at RWTH Aachen University, where he worked as Chief Engineer at the Institute for High Voltage Technology, after he finished his doctoral degree in Electrical Engineering in 2003.

Dr. Dominik Düchs, Continental Engineering Services
Dr. Dominik Düchs has been part of the Functional Safety Management & Quality department at Continental Engineering Services (CES) since 2011. Originally a research scientist in computer simulation methods applicable in the chemical industry, he now puts these skills to use in the automotive industry and benefits from them in conducting safety analyses of safety-critical systems at the software, hardware and system levels. His interests at CES include making AUTOSAR software ISO 26262 compliant.

Dr. Alexander Duisberg, Bird & Bird LLP
Alexander Duisberg is a partner of Bird & Bird in Munich, Joint Head of our International IT Sector Group and Head of the German IT Sector Group, handling Commercial, Outsourcing and Data Protection issues.
Alexander's expertise and practical experience cover the full range of contentious and non-contentious matters of IT-law (licensing, professional services, distribution, online commerce, cloud computing, open source, data protection and data security law) including major research and development projects, complex technology transfer agreements and co-operations, managed services and outsourcing arrangements of all kind, as well as assisting to technology-related mergers and acquisitions and private equity transactions. His client base comprises IT suppliers and IT users as well as providers and customers to outsourcing services in numerous industrial sectors, including in particular the automotive and the energy sector. Alexander is also a member of the Automotive Sector Group and advises clients of the automotive industry in particular on legal questions in connection with embedded software systems and open source, on contract and data protection aspects (e.g. with regard to navigation, geo data and connectivity solutions), on contractual design regarding innovative distribution and usage concepts as well as on legal issues in the field of e-mobility. Alexander is an appointed and practicing panelist to the WIPO Arbitration and Mediation Centre. Further, he is a frequent speaker at national and international conferences and contributes regularly to publications on technology-related topics.

Dr. André Frank, Bosch Engineering GmbH
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Thomas Frese, Ford of Europe
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Dr. Peter Grabs, Intedis GmbH & Co. KG
In 2011 Dr. Peter Grabs joined Intedis GmbH & Co. KG as functional safety manager. He holds a Ph.D. in semiconductor physics from the University of Würzburg. Afterwards he joined Marquardt GmbH as supplier quality manager for electronic components. Later on he took over the functional safety management for the Marquardt group.

Denis Hatebur, ITESYS Institut für technische Systeme GmbH
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Marcus Heine, Engineers Consulting GmbH
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Dr. Andreas Himmler, dSPACE GmbH
Dr. Andreas Himmler has been a product manager for hardware-in-the-loop simulators at dSPACE GmbH in Paderborn since 2007 and is responsible for the Modular Hardware and HIL Simulation product family in the context of ISO 26262. Before joining dSPACE, he gained practical experience in the automotive industry as a project and team leader at a Tier 1 company. Before that, he performed research at the University of Paderborn, Germany, and at an institute together with industrial partners, working on optical signal transmission issues and completing his doctorate in that field.

Dr. Bernhard Kaiser, Berner & Mattner Systemtechnik GmbH
Dr. Bernhard Kaiser is head of Competence Center Safety and Systems Engineering at Berner & Mattner and works on functional safety and system modeling since 2001. He did his Ph.D. in state based safety modeling of software-driven systems. After 15 years of practical experience in industry, he has a profound know-how in developing embedded systems.

Dr. Daniel Kästner, AbsInt GmbH
Dr. Daniel Kästner is a co-founder and CTO of AbsInt GmbH. He studied Computer Science and Business Economics and received his Ph.D. on code optimization for embedded processors in the year 2000. He has been a lecturer at the University of Saarbrücken, Germany and has been program committee member of numerous international conferences. His current work is focused on functional safety, validation and verification of safety-critical software and program analysis for embedded processors. In these areas he is author or co-author of more than 50 peer-reviewed publications.

Dr. Olaf Kath, ikv++ technologies ag
In January 2006, Dr. Olaf Kath became CEO of ikv++ technologies ag. Olaf is a functional safety expert with detailed knowledge and experiences in methods, processes and tools for functional safety according to ISO 26262. He has a long years track record in the definition of functional safety concepts, application of safety analysis methods such as FMEA, FMEDA, FTA and HARA as well as in automotive software architectures such as AUTOSAR. Dr. Olaf Kath received his PhD in 2001 at the Humboldt-Universität in Berlin, at the institute for computer sciences. From 2001 onwards he engaged in the introduction of model based technologies and methodologies into customer processes.

Prof. Dr. Thomas Klindt, Noerr LLP
Prof. Dr. Thomas Klindt ist als Partner und Fachanwalt für Verwaltungsrecht bei Noerr LLP in München tätig und zugleich Honorarprofessor der Universität Kassel. Er ist spezialisiert auf öffentlich-rechtliches Warenbetriebsrecht, CE-Kennzeichnung und Produkthaftung in allen Fragen – insbesondere rund um die Maschinenrichtlinie, die EMV-Richtlinie, die Niederspannungsrichtlinie und die allgemeine Produktsicherheitsrichtlinie. Einer seiner Tätigkeitsschwerpunkte liegt in der Beratung und Begleitung industrieller Produktrückrufe einschließlich des präventiven Aufbaus von Beschwerde- und Rückrufmanagements. Zudem ist er Verfasser diverser Bücher und Fachaufsätze zum Bereich des technischen Sicherheitsrechts und Mitherausgeber der Zeitschrift „Stoffrecht“ (StoffR).

Dr. Martin Leibbrandt, GETRAG FORD Transmissions GmbH
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Dr. Tomislav Lovric, TRW Lucas Varity GmbH
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Dr. Pierre Metz, Brose Fahrzeugteile GmbH & Co. KG
Pierre Metz started off as a software developer and then moved on to introducing software engineering methods in development departments. From there on he was responsible for functional safety, process assessments according to ISO/IEC 15504 and CMMI® and organizational process change management. He provided consulting for more than a decade in international industries including medical devices, telecommunications, and automotive products. In 2010 he then accepted the position of Organizational Safety Manager in the central process development department within the Brose Group. His goal is to establish integrated development processes for mechatronic safety-related systems.

Marcus Rau, SGS-TÜV Saar GmbH
Since 2010 Marcus Rau is responsible training manager in the competence center for Functional Safety at SGS TÜV Saar GmbH in Munich. Since 2008 he is a member of the German standardization group for the development of ISO 26262. Marcus Rau+ studied Electronic Engineering at Munich University of Applied Sciences in Munich. He started his professional work in 1990 at Linde Engineering in the department of instrumentation. He was responsible for the introduction of Functional safety acc. IEC 61508. From 2002 until 2010 he was assessor and technical certifier at TÜV SÜD Automotive in Munich in the field of Functional Safety.

Andreas Reuter, Robert Bosch GmbH
Andreas Reuter is Senior Legal Consultant and Vice President at Corporate Legal Services, Robert Bosch GmbH, Stuttgart. Since 1985 he is responsible for legal consulting and coordination in the field of product risk issues for the Bosch-Group of companies. Andreas Reuter studied law in Freiburg and Geneva. Upon admission to bar in 1981, Andreas Reuter began his career at EVT Energie- und Verfahrenstechnik GmbH, Stuttgart, a leading company in worldwide projecting brown coal power plants and drinking water supply stations. 1985 he joined the Corporate Legal Department of Robert Bosch GmbH, Stuttgart. 1990 he was seconded to Robert Bosch Corporation, Chicago, USA. From 1990 until 1993 Andreas Reuter took the responsibility for the sales coordination of the Bosch business unit Hydraulics and Pneumatics. Between 2007 and 2010 Andreas Reuter developed a compliance organization for the Bosch-Group and coordinated its implementation.

Dr. Alexander Schloske, Fraunhofer-Institut für Produktionstechnik und Automatisierung
Dr.-Ing. Alexander Schloske works as a research fellow at the Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation (IPA) in Stuttgart. He is member of the Management Team of the Fraunhofer IPA. On the area of Product and Quality Management he gained wide project experience in various industries during more than 25 years. His professional focuses on methodological design of development processes by means of QFD and FMEA as well as safeguarding of mechatronic systems in consideration of "Functional Safety", according to IEC 61508, ISO 13849 and ISO 26262. By examination of the TÜV Rheinland he is a Functional Safety Engineer since 2008. In addition to his professional activity he is a Lecturer at the University of Stuttgart with lecture and practical training "Quality Management" as well as "Methods of product Development" at the TU Vienna, Institute of Management Science. Futhermore he is a trainer at several educational institutions, such as the German Quality Association (DGQ).

Adam Schnellbach, Magna Powertrain AG & Co. KG
Adam Schnellbach is the Functional Safety Group Leader at Magna Powertrain since 2010. In this position he is responsible for hazard analyses and risk assessments; development of functional and technical safety concepts; analyses (FMEA, FMEDA, FTA) on the system, hardware and software level; continuous improvement of processes and methods related to functional safety and for internal safety assessments and audits. Prior to this, since 2009, Adam Schnellbach was Functional Safety Expert for predevelopment projects and concept studies at Magna Powertrain. Until 2009, Adam Schnellbach worked at Thyssenkrupp Presta Steering, as System engineer, Functional safety engineer and manager and Software engineer. Adam Schnellbach holds a Master’s degree of Mechanical Engineering (faculty Road vehicle engineering) from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics.

Dr. Oscar Slotosch, Validas AG
Oscar Slotosch is expert in tool qualification and avoidance of tool qualification. Among many other challenging projects he currently has the honor to lead the Eclipse Foundation towards tool qualification using a model-based qualification approach. He has been leading the development of the award-winning modeling and verification tool Autofocus and he founded the Validas AG in 2000. Mr. Slotosch has studied computer science and did his phd in formal methods in the group of Prof. Broy.

Bernd Spanfelner, TÜV SÜD Automotive GmbH
Bernd Spanfelner is an expert for functional safety at TÜV SÜD Automotive GmbH with a focus on Software- and Systemdesign. Prior to that he was a researcher at the chair for Software & Systems Engineering of Prof. Broy at the Technische Universität München. His focus of work was formal methods, context adaptive systems and artificial intelligence. As a part of the excellence cluster CoTeSys (Cognition for Technical Systems) he was involved in a research project combining discrete and continuous environment models for situation adequate planning of tasks for a mobile robot. Furthermore, he was involved in projects with objectives in specifying and verifying functions in the automotive domain.

Martin Süßkraut, SIListra Systems
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Dr. Christopher Temple, Freescale Halbleiter Deutschland GmbH
Dr. Christopher Temple has been leading Freescale Semiconductor's Automotive Systems Technology team in Munich, Germany since 2004. With a focus on emerging systems technology the team is responsible for developing and contributing to opportunities across the automotive segments body, chassis & safety and powertrain with a focus on functional safety and in-vehicle networking. Dr. Temple has been active in the field of functional safety in general and distributed dependable systems in particular since 1995. At Freescale he is a Managing Member of Technical Staff and Distinguished Innovator.

Hartmut Voge, Volkswagen AG
Currently Harmut Voge is with Volkswagen’s chassis design development department, responsible for functional safety topics. Before employment at the Volkswagen company, he was a master verification engineer at Ericsson Eurolab. Hartmut Voge was born in 1964 in Wolfsburg, Germany. He studied electrical engineering, specialising in computer science, at the University of Braunschweig. He worked on measurement devices and test equipment for automotive and telecommunications manufacturers.

Dr. Kay Werthschulte, Elektroniksystem- und Logistik GmbH
Since 2003 Dr. Kay Werthschulte is lecturer at the Technische Universität München in the field of distributed measurement systems. His main topics include the development of EE-systems for automotive applications. There his focus is set to the involvement of upcoming future technologies like FlexRay, IEEE802.3 and AUTOSAR in EE-architectures under consideration of safety critical aspects. Dr. Werthschulte studied automation and control engineering at the technical university in Braunschweig. He received a PhD in Munich in electrical engineering and information technology where he conducted research for unifying heterogenous information systems.

Dr. Klaus Winkelmann, Berner & Mattner Systemtechnik GmbH
Dr.-Ing. Klaus Winkelmann is a member of the Competence Center Safety and System Engineering of Berner & Mattner Systemtechnik GmbH and repsonsible for customer projects in the area of functional safety. He has a diploma in mathematics and a Ph.D. in computer science from Erlangen University. Dr. Winkelmann has worked in industrial R&D with companies such as Siemens AG, Infineon AG and OneSpin Solutions GmbH, and as a freelance consultant. His areas of expertise include formal verification, development and verification of ASICs and microcontrollers, software development for process control systems as well as technical marketing in the EDA (electronic design automation) domain. His interest in safety critical embedded systems - among others for avionics - and automated fault tree analysis led him to the recent focus on automotive applications. Dr. Winkelmann's current tasks include FMEA moderator work, hazard and risk analyses, creation and review of safety concepts for both OEMs and tier one suppliers.

Philipp Wörz, Robert Bosch GmbH
After his graduation in 2002 Philipp Wörz entered Robert Bosch Group, business unit Chassis Systems Control. He worked in the field of diagnosis and system state management for ABS/ESP systems. Since 2008 has taken the role as team leader for the implementation of Functional Safety according to ISO 262626 in customer projects. Philipp Woerz earned his degree in electrical engineering from Darmstadt University of Technology.

Peter Zehnal, Elektrobit Automotive GmbH
Since December 2011 Peter Zehnal is employed by Elektrobit Automotive GmbH as a functional safety engineer. He studied Software Engineering at the Technical University in Bratislava, Slovakia. At the university he focused his work in areas of parallel computing and robust communication in distributed computer systems. He shifted the focus to software architecture and design in his further professional career. In 2002 he changed to Vector Informatik GmbH and was responsible for design and development of software tools in the field of embedded automotive software.