Our Program

June 4 - 5, 2019 - Berlin, Germany


Tuesday, June 4, 2019

8:25 - WELCOME

Welcome by Dr. Klaudia Malowitz, Intrepid Delta, and the Chairman Mario Brumm, Director Global Operations, Ibeo Automotive Systems

8:30 - KEYNOTE

AI Safety: Data, Algorithms, Methods with Dr. Christian Müller, Head of Competence Center Autonomous Driving, DFKI

9:00 - Talk

Data driven AI architecture exploration for embedded platforms with Dr. Fabian Bürger, Software Design Leader, Valeo Vision

9:30 - Talk

Solving the storage conundrum in ADAS development and validation with Florian Baumann, CTO EMEA, DELL EMC

10:00 - Talk

Data Fusion Development for Series Production with Dr. Marcel Markgraf, Baselabs


11:00 - TALK

Scenario driven development 2.0 with Dominik Dörr, Product Manager, UnderstandAI

11:30 - Talk

Deep learning and 3D geometrical structure of the environment with Thusitha Parakrama, Senior Manager – Advanced Technologies Camera Systems, Mobis Parts Europe N.V.

12:00 - Talk

The role of AI for cognitive vehicles with Dr. Oliver Wasenmüller, Team Leader Machine Vision and Autonomous Vehicles, DFKI GmbH

12:30 TALK

Reserved for Jochen Abhau, ZF


14:00 - 15:30 - round table SESSIONs / Workshop

  1. Round Table: Ensuring a valid behaviour of AI in safety relevant environments with Sebastian Ramos, Technical Expert - Deep Learning Multi-Sensor Perception, Zenuity

  2. Round Table: Data driven AI architecture with Dr. Yanja Dajsuren, Program Director Software Technology, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Technology Eindhoven

  3. Round Table: Reserved for Gaurav Tomar, Automotive Industry Manager EMEA, MathWorks

    In parallel: Workshop with Holger Meinel, Radar Expert


16:00 - SUMMARY OF THE round table SESSIONS

What are the main findings of the round tables? Every moderator presents the results of his/her discussion

16:15 Talk

Reserved for Florian Netter, Tech Lead AI, AID

16:45 - Talk

Geometry processing from multiple sources: point clouds, vision and autonomous driving with Konstantinos Moustakas, Associate Professor, University of Patras

17:15 - TALK

Deep Learning: Towards Scene Understanding with Automotive Radar with Jakob Lombacher, Expert Scene Understanding, Daimler

17:45 - talk

Automotive sensing challenges, current state of the art and future directions with Igal Bilik, Group Manager, Smart Sensing and Vision Systems, General Motors Israel


Wednesday, June 5, 2019

8:25 - WELCOME 

Welcome by Dr. Klaudia Malowitz Intrepid Delta and the Chairman

8:30 - Talk

Taking Algorithmic accountability into consideration with Tobias Krafft, Reseacher, Algorithmic Accountability Lab

9:00 - Talk

Reserved for Boris Schauerte, Area Product Owner Autonomous Driving, BMW Group

9:30 - TAlk

Special PCB materials for Millimeter-Wave Automotive Radar with Joey Kellner, Automotive Market Segment Manager, Rogers Corporation

10:00 - Talk

High precision Lidar for Autonomous Driving with Mario Brumm, Director Global Operations, Ibeo Automotive Systems


11:00 - TAlk

Event based cameras in Autonomous Driving:  Problems, Solutions & State of the Art with Dr. Yuri Ivanov, Chief Technology Officer & Co-Founder, iMAGE Vision Software

11:30 - NEW TECH PANEL - Innovations made in israel

Confirmed Participants: Kobi Marenko - Arbe, Klaus Wagner - Innoviz Technologies, Youval Nehmadi - VayaVision

12:15 - Lunch Break

13:15 - Talk

Driver Monitoring Systems with Sascha Klement, Founder, gestigon/a Valeo brand

13:45 –  Talk

Exploring applications of deep reinforcement learning for real-world autonomous driving systems with Dr. Ravi Kiran, Deep Learning Researcher, Navya

14:15 - coffee break

14:45 - Talk

Beyond photo-realistic: physical-realistic simulation to validate automotive camera systems with Prof. Dr. Alexander Braun, Professor for Physics, Düsseldorf University of Applied Sciences

15:15 - Talk

Towards the development of self-sensing tires with Eshwaran Subramani Bhagavatheswaran, Technical University of Dresden

15:45 - TALK

Interpretable Artificial Intelligence Agents with Ramin Hasani, Research Assistant, Cyber-Physical Systems, TU Wien