Subcommittee on In-Vehicle Embedded Systems

Chair: Unmesh Dutta Bordoloi, General Motors, Detroit, USA

Scope: X-by-Wire, Architecture description language,  Performance evaluation and timing analysis, Dependability, Fault-tolerant services, Safety, Networks: TTP/C, FlexRay, TTCAN, CAN, VAN, J1850 , LIN, MOST, IDB-1394; Operating systems.


Dr. Unmesh D. Bordoloi is a Senior Researcher at General Motors R&D. He obtained his PhD from the National University of Singapore where he graduated with President's Graduate Fellowship and Sun Microsystems Fellowship. After obtaining his PhD, Dr. Bordoloi spent one year as a post-doctoral researcher at Verimag Lab in France. Thereafter he joined Linköping University, Sweden where he spent almost 6 years before leaving as a tenured faculty member. His primary research interest lies in deep learning for in-vehicle systems. Dr. Bordoloi has published several papers on design and analysis of real-time embedded systems, reliability (fault-tolerance) of automotive systems, real-time automotive networks, and GPU-based heterogeneous systems. He has served as a program committee member of several international conferences.

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Marc Boyer ONERA France
Sudipta Chattopadhyay Saarland University Germany
Adrian Lifa Autoliv Sweden
Lucia Lo Bello University of Catania Italy
Gaetano Patti University of Catania Italy
Wilfried Steiner TTTech Computertechnik AG Austria
Haibo Zeng VirginiaTech USA