CFP OpenModelica/MODPROD Workshops February 3-5, 2020

In cooperation with ICES, INCOSE Sweden and IEEE Computer Society Swedish Chapter
Location: Linköping University, Linköping, Sweden
14th MODPROD Workshop on Model-Based Cyber-Physical Product Development, February 4-5, 2020
 12th OpenModelica Annual Workshop, February 3, 2020
Theme for this year: Digital Meets Reality
Keynotes for MODPROD2020 Workshop (preliminary):
 Peter Gorm Larsen, Professor at Aarhus University, Head of Digit Centre. “Digital Innovation Hubs and Collaborative Platform for Cyber-Physical Systems”
Richard Romano, Professor at University of Leeds, Chair in Driving Simulation. “Model based design of Automated Vehicles”

The workshops are concerned with, but not limited to, the following themes:
MODPROD workshop
* Cyber-physical and multi-domain system modeling and development
* Cyber-physical system development approaches
* Hardware modeling (electrical, hydraulic, multi-body systems…)
* Software modeling
* Meta-modeling (Modelica, UML, SysML…)
* Methods and standards for co-modeling and co-simulation (FMI, SSP, DCP…)
* Design optimization and analysis
* Verification and validation
* Real-time and hardware-in-the-loop simulation
* Internet of things and embedded systems modelling
* Modeling and simulation tools
* Experiences of application of model-based product development
* Architecting and architecture
* Systems integration
* Conceptual design and analysis
* Machine learning and systems development
* Industry 4.0
* Modularized systems development
OpenModelica Annual Workshop
* Applications of OpenModelica
* Modelica Libraries with OpenModelica
* Industrial Use Cases
* OpenModelica in Teaching
* OpenModelica tool developments
* Solver issues in OpenModelica
* Meta modeling and hardware/software modeling
* Code generation in OpenModelica
* Parallel compilation and execution
* Model-based optimization
* FMI-based simulation, co-simulation and OMSimulator
* Visualization and 3D animation

Supporting organizations
The Center for Model-based Cyber-Physical Product Development (MODPROD) is an inter-disciplinary research center at Linköping University. It revolves around model-based tools and methods for cyber-physical systems, mechanical systems, electronic systems and software, and unified approaches for model-based design. This workshop brings together expertise in these fields to discuss state of the art and the way ahead.
The Open Source Modelica Consortium (OSMC) is a non-profit organization supporting the development of the OpenModelica Open-Source implementation of Modelica and related tools, e.g. OMSimulator for FMI based modeling and simulation, ModelicaML (UML-Modelica integration), OMOptim, OMPython, OMJulia, OMDebugger, for industrial and academic usage.

For more information and previous workshops see and