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Thursday, October 8 (Japan Standard Time, UTC+9)



Conference Hall

9:00 9:30 Registration
9:30 9:45 Opening
9:45 10:45 Keynote 1
10:45 11:00 Break
11:00 12:00 Session 1
12:00 13:30 Lunch Break
13:30 14:30 Session 2
14:30 14:45 Break
14:45 15:45 Session 3
15:45 16:00 Break
16:00 17:00 Vender Session
17:00 17:15 Break
17:15 17:55 Networking
17:55 18:00 Closing the 1st day

Friday, October 9 (Japan Standard Time, UTC+9)



Conference Hall

9:00 9:30 Registration
9:30 10:30 Keynote 2
10:30 10:45 Break
10:45 11:45 Session 4
11:45 13:30 Lunch Break
13:30 14:30 Session 5
14:30 14:45 Break
14:45 15:45 Session 6
15:45 16:15 Exhibition
16:15 16:30 Closing the conference



Keynote 1

  Smart Mobility in a Cloud-Connected World
  Dr. James Kuffner, TRI-AD


Keynote 2

  From industrial applications to electric flight: Modelica as key enabler
  Dr. Tobias Bellmann, Dr. Dirk Zimmer, DLR


Session 1: Mechanical Systems

  1. Introducing the Virtual Systems Interface for Dynamic Coupling of Continuous Time Systems with Discontinuities
  Jeffrey Morgan and Bruno Loyer
  2. Timoshenko Beam based Coupled Torsion Beam Axle Modeling Method
  Minsoo Hyun, Daeoh Kang, Seungjin Heo and Jingyu Moon
  3. Vehicle Dynamics Model With Non Linear Bush Model and Tire Filter for Ride Comfort Analysis
  Jaehun Jo, Daeoh Kang, Gwangwoo Lee and Seungjin Heo
  4. Q&A to Session 1


Session 2: Mechanical and Power Systems

  1. Reinforcement Learning for Thermostatically Controlled Loads Control using Modelica and Python
  Oleh Lukianykhin and Tetiana Bogodorova
  2. A Modelica-Based Solution for the Simulation and Optimization of Microgrids
  Stephane Velut, Johan Andreasson, Jiri Navratil and Marcus Åberg
  3. Modelling and Control of Fast-Switching Solenoid Direct Injection Valves Using a New Magnetics Library
  Julian Mühlenhoff, Emanuel Rauer and Tom Ströhla
  4. Q&A to Session 2


Session 3: Mechanical and Environmental Control

  1. Simulating the Dynamics of a Chain Suspended Sub-sea Load Using Modified Components from the Modelica MultiBody Library
  Savin Viswanathan and Christian Holden
  2. Collaborative Development and Simulation of an Aircraft Hydraulic Actuator Model
  Clément Coïc, Johan Andreasson, Anand Pitchaikani, Johan Akesson and Hemanth Sattenapalli
  3. Real-Time Simulation of an Aircraft Electric Driven Environmental Control System for Virtual Testing Purposes
  Dirk Zimmer, Niels Weber and Peter Eschenbacher
  4. Q&A to Session 3


Vendor Session

  1. AVL Solution Introduction
  2. Maplesoft Solution Introduction
  3. SCSK Solution Introduction
  4. Modelon Solution Introduction


Session 4: Energy and Process

  1. Dynamic Modeling and Simulation of Reformed Methanol Fuel Cell System Using Modelica
  Xinyao Tian, Linlin Yang and Rui Gao
  2. Coupling of Modelica and Biochemical Simulator, SUMO, by Using C-API
  Satomi Nishida and Takayuki Ootsuki
  3. Power and Temperature Prediction for Computer System Power Optimization
  Koji Nishi, Shota Takada and Takamichi Kaneda
  4. Q&A to Session 4


Session 5: Mechatronics

  1. A Health Monitoring Study of Multiple-Unit Train Braking System using Sample Identification Approach
  Bo Wang, Yang Ji, Bohui Liu, Feng Gao, Weijun Yang and Dunwen Gan
  2. Relay System Model with Contact Bounce and Flexible Beam
  Rui Gao and Ivar Torstensson
  3. Modeling and Simulation of SSPC based on Dymola Software and Modelica Language
  Yufeng Wang, Yufei Tao, Qinzhou Lin and Weilin Li
  4. Q&A to Session 5


Session 6: Tools and Robotics

  1. A Protocol-Based Verification Approach for Standard-Compliant Distributed Co-Simulation
  Martin Krammer, Christian Kater, Clemens Schiffer and Martin Benedikt
  2. Towards an Open-Source Modelica Compiler in Julia
  John Tinnerholm, Adrian Pop, Martin Sjölund, Andreas Heuermann and Karim Abdelhak
  3. The DLR Robots library – Using replaceable packages to simulate various serial robots
  Tobias Bellmann, Andreas Seefried and Bernhard Thiele
  4. Q&A to Session 6